Free .2 CEU - Attend our Board Meetings
All CIDs who attend our board meetings will receive a free .2 CEU (2 hours). This CEU opportunity
begins at our Annual Board meeting May 14, 2016 and is not retroactive. 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).
See our board meeting schedule.
LACSI - 5 hours of disabled access continuing education
Saturday, January 7, 2017
USC Capital Construction Development
3434 S. Grand Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA 90089
8:00 am - sign in, coffee, bagels
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Presentations Beginning Promptly and Continuing Without Breaks until 1:30 p.m.
Parking: Free street parking is available on Grand Avenue
Accessibility: Past and Present, by Michael Ellars, AIA, APX, CSI, CDT, LEED AP, CASp
Signage for Accessibility, by Janis Kent, FAIA, CASp
Accessible Door Openings, by Scott A. Sabatini, DAOC, FDHI, FDAI, CSI, CCPR
The Ten Steps to Access,
Common Sense Considerations Based on ADASAD 2010 & CBC 11B, by James V. Vitale, AIA, LEED AP, CASp 007, RCI, ACTCB
Please reserve by Wednesday, January 4, 2017 - 4:00 p.m.
Cost: CSI & AIA Members: $45.00
All Others: $75.00
All details and registration at
www.lacsi.org/events/lacsi-education-seminar-disabled-access-a-quartet-of-topics-january-2017/ LACSI - Educating and Connecting People to Improve Design and Construction | www.lacsi.org
Los Angeles Mission College
Spring Semester 2017
Classes start Feb. 6, 20-17 through June 5, 2017
105 TEXTILES (CSU) 3 UNITS
of man-made and natural fibers, construction, weaves, dyes and finishes, relating to the selection, use and care of fabrics for residential and commercial interior design. Testing, evaluation and identification
3309 LEC 6:50PM -10:00PM Tuesday Prof. KUNDU, A Room INST 1015
111 INTERIOR DESIGN PORTFOLIO (CSU) 3 UNITS
Prerequisite: None Advisory: Concurrent enrollment in IntrDgn 102, 106, 108A or 108B.
This course presents the professional tools needed to develop a
professional portfolio of your interior design work as it progresses. Projects will be created and fine-tuned to include in a portfolio to secure a job in the profession.
3311 LEC 7:00PM - 7:55PM AND LAB 8:05PM -
9:30PM Monday & Wednesday Prof. KUNDU, A RoomINST 1015
For enrollment information, download the Los Angeles Mission College Spring 2017 Schedule
CEU’s from Jenn-Air
Online 24/7 CEU courses are provided by expert instructors for Jenn-Air. The courses provide continuing education in accordance with CCIDC, AIA, IDCEC
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 # ----.
Specialty Hardware Course - AEC Daily
InteriorDesign-ED: Online CEU webinars
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 are accepted by CCIDC, ASID and IIDA. For more information or to register for a class visit: www.InteriorDesign-ED.com or call (713) 269-6909.
Nonstructural Earthquake Retrofit
Free, 1 hour CEU from CCIDC
Nonstructural Earthquake Retrofit is CCIDC’s newest online CEU is on nonstructural earthquake
retrofitting for occupant safety. While many of these are DIY (do it yourself) projects for homeowners, these suggested guidelines can be used for certain commercial projects. Read the
“Homeowner’s Guide to Nonstructural Retrofit”, take a short quiz and earn 1 hour CEU credit.
Start this free CEU today
2012 Sunset Review
Free, 1 hour CEU from CCIDC
The state of California imposes Sunset Review on all state boards, and CCIDC is part of this process.
OUR 2012 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, take a short quiz and earn 1 hour CEU credit. Take our free, 1 hour CEU and you'll also receive a beautiful Certificate of Completion.
Start this free CEU today.
IDEX Exam Preparation
CEU’s for Certified Interior Designers are available from these individual courses.
Visit our IDEX study page
CCIDC is listed on AEC Daily as a certified continuing education partner!
So now when you take a course from AEC Daily, you can enter your CID# and it no longer will ask you about IDCEC!
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. www.aecdaily.com/olc
InformeDesign offers a variety of free continuing education opportunities that focus on health, safety,
and welfare topics for current and future architects, interior designers, landscape architects, facility
managers, urban planners and designers, housing specialists, graphic designers, and the public. For practitioners, consider using them as options for self-report continuing education credits towards
fulfillment of licensing or certification, as well as credits towards membership organization renewals. Tutorials are available in three formats. Click on the links below to learn more about each.
Two free CEU’s by White River Hardwoods-Woodworks, Inc.:
Illustrative Guide to Classical Design for Cabinetry and Furniture
Firmitas, Utilitas, Venustas: The Essence of Good Architecture
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.
Tile, stone, and other seminars are available from Learning Studio
*All seminars are scheduled 90 days in advance. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or wish to check on available dates* to schedule a seminar. Learn more at http://estudiogroup.net/learning-studio.html
You can also contact Marlene F. Jackson, Marketing & Operations
Estudio Group LLC
Phone: 800.784.0231, ext. 1
How Dangerous Is Your Couch?
By DASHKA SLATER Published: September 6, 2012 / The New York Times
A key article in The New York Times on flame retardants has been brought to our attention by CCIDC past board member, Holly Hodnick. This article centers mostly on California, and Tech Bulletin 117, but
it also impacts the rest of the nation. As the changes to Tech Bulletin 117 are currently in process at the Bureau of Home Furnishings and Therman Insulation (BHFTI) CCIDC will report back to you in a
Good for 1 hour (0.1 Unit) CEU credit from CCIDC by reading the article and reviewing
Proposed TB-117-2012 Language Draft.
Read article: www.nytimes.com/2012/09/09/magazine/arlene-blums-crusade-against-household-toxins.html
Does Imitation Breed Innovation?
UCLA legal scholar Kal Raustiala discusses copyrights, trademarks and brand names in various artistic
industries. He asks, “does imitation breed innovation or stifle creativity?”. You may not agree with him but this thought-provoking lecture is worth watching.
Good for 1.0 CEU credit from CCIDC by reading the article and watching the video.
Course Title: Does Imitation Breed Innovation?
Instructor's Name: Kal Raustiala
Zocalo Public Square
Location: Goethe-Institute, Los Angeles, CA originally.
Total Hours: 1
Presentation: Online, Lecture
Specifying Successful Ceramic & Stone Tiles Installations, Beyond TCNA and ANSI
Learn how to properly specify a successful installation of ceramic and stone tiles. The focus of the
program will be on industry standards, i.e., TCA (Tile Council of North America) and ANSI (American National Standard for Installation of Ceramic Tile). Free of charge. To schedule this session, please visit:
http://www.parex.com/schedule-seminar.shtml and select
“Specifying Successful Ceramic & Stone Tile Installations” from the course listings.
Credit: .1 CEU | 1 LU HSW
NOTE: You may also select other relevant CEU’s by using the above link.
CALBO offers various classes on accessibility and codes. View the full list of CALBO courses by clicking on the Education tab on their site.
The Construction Specifications Institute (CSI)
CSI Los Angeles Chapter: http://new.csinet.org/csi_services/chapterinfo.aspx?chapcode=004
CSI Orange County Chapter: www.occcsi.org
CSI San Diego Chapter: www.sandiegocsi.org
CSI San Francisco Chapter: www.csisf.net
ICC Code Council
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. www.metropolismag.com/ce
Interior Design Magazine
The Center for Advanced Construction Education was founded as part of the American Institute for Professional training and Development
Open enrollment course schedule: www.nccer.org
Interiors & Sources Magazine offers valuable CEU credits.A wide array of subject matters are geared toward satisfying design professionals' varied professional and personal development needs. www.interiorsandsources.com
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 approved provider of continuing education by the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation since 1992. DAS is also an AIA** registered provider as well as an IIDA (International Interior Design Association) industry member and a member of the Better Business Bureau. www.designarts.net
Ron Blank & Associates provides free continuing education for design professionals. RBA is an AIA Cornerstone Partner and received the AIA Award of Excellence for continuing education. Courses can be taken by Certified Interior Designers, architects, and other design professionals for credit at http://www.ronblank.com/design_pro.php
Please call Scott Spiva if additional information is required at 800-248-6364.
Special login instructions for Certified Interior Designers:
- When designers create an account with Ron Blank they should leave the “AIA Member” box unchecked, and enter “none” in the “AIA
Member Number” field.
- Certified Interior Designers should sign up as “registered interior designers” and should enter California
(CA) the state(s) abbreviation in that field, and then your Certification number where it asks for “registration number” in that field.
- If “none” is entered in any of these fields their system will recognize that as an acceptable entry. (They do need accurate
phone, fax , and e-mail addresses to insure that a certificate reaches them.)
- Their system is simple. Once someone creates and account with them they can select a course. Read the course material, and take
a short quiz at the end. They send a certificate of completion to everyone that scores better than a 70% on the quiz. This certificate is used to self-report the CE credits to CCIDC.
University CEU’s - Check individual school sites for any current classes, seminars or extension CEU’s.
ADA - - Training on Disabled Access
The Pacifc ADA & IT Center (Pacific DBTA)
Check www.adapacific.org for upcoming events
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.
Pacific Design Center events and seminars. PDC is located at 8687 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CA. For more information, please go to
Architectural Woodwork Institute
The AWI offers seminars and periodic CEU’s of value to CID’s. Visit their Web site at http://awinet.org
Network of Executive Women in Hospitality
This organization provides Continuing Education pertaining to restaurant and hotel design. For their
current schedule and information, visit www.newh.org
NKBA Northern California Chapter
Report your CEU’s (Create your CID Account) or LOGIN to your account to report.
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