Join IDLNY Feb. 22 to Learn About the Importance of Becoming a NYS CID
Join us at the IDLNY Winter Series to learn about the importance of becoming a NYS CID
In most industries, the standard process to reach a professional performance level is Education, Experience, Exam and then Licensing. However, almost 1300 Interior Designers in New York State have received NCIDQ certification without going on to obtain their State certification.At IDLNY, we are working hard to pass legislation protecting and enhancing the right to practice Interior Design in New York State. We rely on numbers and statistics to support our case, such as:
- the amount of money spent through consultation and product specification.
- the number of schools offering Interior Design programs.
- the cost of an Interior Design education.
There is one critical area in which the numbers are lacking. Too few Interior Designers in this state have obtained New York State certification. That’s where we need your help.
As a profession, we must pursue the highest level of certification to secure the rights we deserve. An increase in our numbers will boost our cause to strengthen the Interior Design profession.
We are asking everyone to do their part and become a NYS certified Interior Designer. It is your industry and your profession. Be a number that counts!
Join IDLNY on the evening of Wednesday, February 22nd at the OFS NYC showroom for a CEU and discussion about the importance of becoming NYS CID and the means and methods of how to get there.
THE ROAD TO NYS CID
February 22, 2017 – 6pm
OFS Showroom – 1250 Broadway, NYC
The February program will provide 0.1 IDCEC CEU
IIDA Professional and Associate Members are required to complete and report 1.0 CEU (10 hours) of Continuing Education prior to December 31, 2017. All Professional and Associate Members (active and inactive) including Educators, IIDA Fellows and Chapter Officers must adhere to IIDA compliance requirements.