These are just some of the Continuing Education Courses available for Certified Interior Designers in California. This list is provided as a convenience to CIDs and is not a complete list of CEUs accepted. The courses listed are not provided by, nor affiliated with CCIDC. CEUs completed for Professional Organizations, Clubs or Groups (including but not limited to: AIA, AIBD, ASID, IDS, IFDA, IIDA, NKBA, etc.), as well as college/university coursework, satisfy CCIDC CEUs requirements; when reported to the CCIDC online CID Account. CEUs must be relevant to Interior Design, Architecture or the Business of either.
IDCEC reports CEUs to ASID and IIDA only; they do NOT report them for verification for your Certification for the State of California.
Psychology of Residential Interior Design
An introduction to the fundamentals of residential interior design, including the relationship of color, light, texture, balance and composition, which impacts how human psychology reacts within the space; the optimum furniture placement, use of existent space and accessories; and applying these techniques in evolving residential spaces, such as home-office spaces and expanding households.
The state of California imposes Sunset Review on all state boards, and CCIDC is part of this process. Our 2017 Sunset Review Report tells all about what we do and how we do it. Learn about our history, board, committees, funding, the IDEX California exam, our enforcement program and most importantly, how we want to strengthen and improve Certification law! Read our report, then take a brief quiz and earn 1 hour/.01 CEU.
AEC Daily provides free Online Continuing Education. Their site provides access to educational resources, CAD details, building products information, industry news and discussion forums for interior designers, architects, engineers, construction professionals and owners. CCIDC is an AEC Daily as a certified continuing education partner! When you take a course from AEC Daily, enter your CID#.
Water Saving Solutions for Spa-Like Showers. When it comes to designing a spa-like shower system, a designer must balance the client’s desire for a spa-like experience with the requirements of stringent codes and standards. This course discusses water conservation; applicable codes, standards, and guidelines; and the shower-head technologies that address conservation issues. 0.1 CEU
CCIDC Board Meetings
Free 0.2 CEUs All CIDs who attend our board meetings will receive a free .2 CEU (2 hours). To receive your CEU credit, you must sign in and stay to the end of the meeting. Board meetings are always held on Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. They are held three times per year (January, May and September). This CEU opportunity began at our Annual Board meeting May 14, 2016 and is not retroactive.
Chaffey College Codes and Building Systems Course
Chaffey College Code CourseThis course examines building codes and building systems relative to interior design and architecture. Special emphasis is placed on international, California, and local code requirements in relation to interior design projects. Course Selection Information: ID45 section 09978, Codes and Building Systems. 1/13/20 through 5/20/20 Room CHCM 206 Wed. 6:00-8:50pm
Design Arts Seminars Inc.
Design Arts Seminars Inc. offers home study programs, seminars, getaway CE weekends and study abroad programs to give you plenty of options to explore to comply with mandatory continuing education requirements. DAS is an AIA** registered provider as well as an IIDA (International Interior Design Association) industry member and a member of the Better Business Bureau.
Hanley Wood University
Hanley Wood University offers many courses for interior designers, builders, architects, lighting designers and other building professionals. Courses are free but user registration is required.
How Dangerous Is Your Couch?
How Dangerous Is Your Couch? By DASHKA SLATER Published: September 6, 2012. A key article in The New York Times on flame retardants. This article centers mostly on California, and Tech Bulletin 117, but it also affects the rest of the nation. Good for 1 hour (0.1 Unit) CEU credit from CCIDC by reading the article and reviewing TB-117-2013.
IDEX Exam Preparation
The CCIDC IDEX study page CEU’s for Certified Interior Designers are available from these individual courses. CIDs who take IDEX® Prep Courses receive 10 hours of CEU credit (1.0) from CCIDC
InteriorDesign-ED is an IDCEC preferred Continuing Education Provider. Offering both live classes in LA and San Diego as well as 44 recorded on demand webinars. Select from 1.0 and 1.2 CEU packages. Classes accepted by CCIDC, ASID and IIDA.
Interiors & Sources Magazine
Interiors & Sources Magazineoffers valuable CEU credits. A wide array of subject matters are geared toward satisfying design professionals’ varied professional and personal development needs.
International Code Council
ICC’s Campus Online provides educational opportunities designed to help building professionals excel in their career.
ICC’s Campus Onlinemakes it easy to access courses and webinars from anywhere with an internet connection.
Online 24/7 CEU courses Provided by expert instructors for Jenn-Air. The courses provide continuing education in accordance with CCIDC, AIA, IDCEC and NKBA.
NOTE REGARDING REGISTRATION! – CIDs who are not members of an association (that is not listed on the Jenn Air website, just select AIA and indicate your CID # —-.
Metropolis CE broadens your professional horizons with a curriculum that considers design from every angle. Earn credits from the convenience of home on topics like sustainability, universal access, technology, and trends. Metropolis now offers a growing library of continuing-education opportunities that makes our extensive body of knowledge even more accessible.
Parex USAis proud to be a recognized Provider of continuing education courses for the Design & Construction community. Our program offers valuable information on a wide variety of topics related to building envelope design and construction.
Red Vector: Over 800 on-line continuing education courses for professionals. Select your profession and state and go to the list of courses available for Certified Interior Designers.
Specialty Hardware Course Provides an overview of specialty door hardware with a focus on the specific components that make up this category, including a discussion on applying specialty door hardware to specific projects. Presented by: Dan Lorden, Richards-Wilcox, Inc.
Ron Blank & Associates
Ron Blank & Associates provides free continuing education for Certified Interior Designers, architects, and other design professionals. Special login instructions for Certified Interior Designers: When creating an account with Ron Blank leave the “AIA Member” box unchecked, and enter “none” in the “AIA Member Number” field.
Certified Interior Designers use title “registered interior designers” and enter California (CA) the state(s) abbreviation in that field, and Certification number in the “registration number” field.
Stonepeak Ceramics , a domestic porcelain tile and slab manufacturer based in TN; is offering CCIDC/IDCEC/AIA Accredited CEU courses, in an online/zoom format, for CIDs.
The Continuing Architect
All courses on The Continuing Architect are free of charge and eligible for AIA CEU credit (see course details for specific credit eligibility). We offer automatic credit reporting to our users who are AIA Members
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