Coordinating and overseeing a residential build project with Evey Dunbavin-Hands

Ref: K1D13653

Location: London
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About this course

There's more to interior design project coordination than picking out the paint and throwing pillows. There's the endless juggling of clients, contractors, and suppliers.

Course Description

The course explores the role of interior design in project coordination — its lifecycle, the role interior design plays, and the systems that help bring it all together.

By the end of this guide, you’ll have the know-how and motivation to tackle your next interior design project with vigour.

Topics covered:

Responsibilities of the Interior Designer acting as Project Co-ordinator

Schedules and Schedules of Works


Coordinating a project

Overseeing works

Managing the clients

CDM regulations


Snagging/Sign Off


Case Study

This one-day course is the notional fifth in the KLC Interior Business Skills series. These Business Skills courses can be taken independently, or in any order you wish, but this is our suggested order:

Setting up Your Interior Design Business

Managing Interior Design Accounts and Clients

Interior Design Project Pricing and Contracts

Planning a Residential Build Project

Coordinating and Overseeing a Residential Build Project


This course takes place in London.

9.30am arrival on the day.

Teaching hours 10.00am - 4.00pm

Course Materials


  • All materials for this course are included in the course fee.

Additional information

Breakfast refreshments and a delicious light lunch will be provided. While a vegetarian option is made available, we are unable to cater to specific food intolerances or food allergies.


Evey Dunbavin-Hands

Having studied Textiles & Fashion at Central Saint Martin’s School of Art and Design, Evey built a career in Fashion and Advertising, then went on to retrain as an Interior Designer at the KLC School of Design.

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