For local STEP/CEUs see the Georgia Chapter Calendar.
The Importance of Continuing Education for Design Professionals
Continuing education is critical to the ongoing success of the practicing interior designer. With the ever-changing application of technology and the introduction of new product standards and specifications, interior designers must constantly seek to gain additional knowledge. To learn more about who accredits CEUs and how, click here.
Keeping Track of Your CEUs
You can keep a record of your CEU courses through NCIDQ with a form you receive when you take a course. If you have taken an interior design-related course for which you did not receive CEU credit, you can obtain credit by completing an Individual CEU Approval Form along with an NCIDQ participant form. (Please note: The Individual CEU Approval Form is only for those courses which have not been approved by any member of IDCEC.) To download or print a copy of both forms, click here, or send an e-mail request with your name and mailing address to email@example.com.
ASID sponsors a wide range of Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in varying lengths and topics, all of which are evaluated in accordance with strict IDCEC guidelines. You do not have to be an ASID member to receive CEU credit for these courses. Click here for a calendar of upcoming events.
If you are an instructor interested in submitting a course to IDCEC for CEU approval, click here
Several nonprofit organizations offer seminars and/or online training on building codes and regulations. For more information, including a schedule of available courses, visit the organization’s Web site, listed below:
- Building Officials and Code Administrators International
- International Conference of Building Officials
- Southern Building Code Congress International
For a list of online courses that have been reviewed and approved by ASID’s education team for CEU credit, click here.