Professional Development

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.

CEU Bingo Blitz

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Gift card giveaways at every presentation with a final grand prize drawing worth over $800!

Certification Series: WELL

Join us at The Beam on Farmer for a discussion all about WELL – what is it, why is it important, how can you get certified and what does it look like to go through the process from a design and construction point of view. Networking and Happy Hour starts at 4:30pm and the main event will begin at 5pm.

RSVP here: Certification Series: WELL


The National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) serves to identify to the public those interior designers who have met the minimum standards for professional practice by passing the NCIDQ Examination. The core purpose of NCIDQ is to protect the health, life safety and welfare of the public by establishing standards of competence in the practice of interior design.

Please click here for more information about certification, licensure, and exams.

We offer a study groups twice a year for those studying for their NCIDQ (Please check calendar for date/time).

To learn more or if you have any questions, please reach out to the Professional Development team:

 IIDA Headquarters provides exam reimbursement through the form of an annual drawing. Once you pass all 3 exams you can apply for the scholarship. An IIDA Intermountain member has been awarded exam reimbursement every year since our chapter was founded – this year that person could be you!


Continuing Education (CEUs)

Continuing education strengthens the interior design profession by improving individual attitudes, competencies, knowledge and skills in specific subject areas essential to interior design. Learning experiences focus on the individual and involve activities that encompass thinking, doing and reflection.  IIDA Professional and Associate Members are required to complete and report 1.0 CEU (10 hours) of Continuing Education every two years. All Professional and Associate Members (active and inactive) including Educators, IIDA Fellows and Chapter Officers must adhere to IIDA compliance requirements.  To verify the current compliance period, click here.  IIDA accepts all IDCEC approved courses.  For more information about IDCEC, click here.