Completion of the NCIDQ Examination recognizes that an individual has met minimum competency standards for the practice of interior design.
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The NCIDQ examination is a test of minimum entry-level competence in interior design and focuses on those specific aspects of interior design that affect the public’s access, health, life safety, and wellbeing. The examination is used by NCIDQ’s member boards as a basis for licensure and reciprocity across North America and is the only examination used by all U.S. and Canadian boards.
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Did you know that the IIDA Foundation offers an NCIDQ Tuition Reimbursement Fund? IIDA Members may apply for financial assistance upon passing the NCIDQ Examination.
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A LEED credential denotes proficiency in today’s sustainable design, construction and operations standards. The LEED Green Associate exam measures general knowledge of green building practices and how to support others working on LEED projects. The LEED AP specialty exams measure knowledge about green building, a specific LEED rating system and the certification process.
Did you know that the IIDA Foundation offers a Sustainable Design Education Fund? IIDA Members may apply for financial assistance upon passing the LEED Accreditation Examinations.