Continuing Education is an
important facet for Professional and Associate Members of IIDA.
Understanding the value of Continuing Education and research has been
the mainstay of IIDA since its inception. Educated practitioners make
informed, safe and creative decisions which affect us all. Educational
programs serve as a creative outlet to promote awareness regarding
pertinent issues within the practice of interior design.
Professional and Associate Members must complete 1.0 CEU equal to 10
hours Continued Education within a 2-year time period. If your
Professional or Associate membership began after January 1, 2006, your
compliance period would begin January 1, 2008.
There are many resources through IIDA and industry partners to obtain CEU credit. CEUs are also available through:
- City Center Events
- Delta Regional Chapter Annual CEUs
- Courses approved through ASID, IDC, IDEC, IIDA
- Individual Approval Reporting
Learn more about CEU compliance.
Check out the IIDA Knowledge Center
CEU credits can be registered through the National Council for Interior
Design Qualification (NCIDQ). IIDA headquarters can receive reports from
NCIDQ but the Louisiana State Board does not.
Learn more about registering CEUs through NCIDQ
Learn more about State Licensing CEU Compliance in: