CERTIFICATIONS

NCIDQ Certification is the industry's recognized indicator of proficiency in interior design principles and a designer's commitment to the profession.

NCIDQ

 
With NCIDQ Certification positioned as the industry’s recognized indicator of proficiency in interior design principles, the IIDA Ohio Kentucky Chapter strives to elevate the interior design profession by supporting its members who seek certification. The NCIDQ exam covers seven distinct areas, proving an interior designer’s understanding and application of current codes established to protect public health, safety and welfare. The seven distinct areas are building systems, codes, construction standards, contract administration, design application, professional practice, and project coordination.

NCIDQ EXAM PREPARATION

 
The IIDA OHKY Chapter encourages certification, and helps members prepare for the NCIDQ exam by offering an intensive preparation course twice a year. Led by QPractice, this online study program offers a weekly study guide, unlimited access to practice tests, additional study materials, and invaluable support for the NCIDQ. This study program lasts 4 months, allowing you to study on your own time, all while keeping you on the path to passing the NCIDQ.
 

LEED

Better buildings equal better lives

LEED believes green buildings are the foundation of something bigger: helping people, and the communities and cities they reside in—safely, healthily and sustainably thrive. The heart of our green building community’s efforts must go well beyond construction and efficiency, and the materials that make up our buildings. We must dig deeper and focus on what matters most within those buildings: human beings.

LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE

The LEED Green Associate exam measures general knowledge of green building practices and how to support others working on LEED projects. The exam is ideal for those new to green building. Access the LEED Green Associate Candidate Handbook.
 

WELL

Dynamic. Resilient. Validated.

WELL is the leading tool for advancing health and well-being in buildings globally. Register your office, building or other space to leverage WELL’s flexible framework for improving health and human experience through design.

Explore how the WELL AP credential can help you tap into new opportunities and advocate for strategies to improve health for your organization, family, friends, and community in this new normal.
 

EDAC

Evidence-Based Design Certification

CHID

Certified Healthcare Interior Designers

 
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