Professional Interior Designers set themselves apart by education, experience, testing, and continuing education. The National Council for Interior Design Qualification is the governing body for setting a national testing standard.
National Council for Interior Design Qualifications
IIDA Members, NCIDQ Certificate Holders and Registered Interior Designers in the State of Tennessee are required to earn annual continuing education units. IIDA Professional and Associate Members are required to take 1.0 CEU equal to 10 hours of continuing education in a two year time period.
Check out the IIDA Knowledge Center for Online CEUs and tracking tools...
IIDA Knowledge Center
Many of our City Centers offer CEUs on a regular basis, check our events calendar for more information...
IIDA Tennessee Events Calendar
The title of Registered Interior Designer is regulated by the State of Tennessee. Click the link below for information on the process of registration.
Tennessee State of Architectural and Engineering Examiners
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