On Tuesday, April 5th, Lorraine Bragg (Interior Designer, Heery International) led a PROsession for FIU Interior Architecture students to discuss the NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Certification) and its Interior Design Fundamentals Exam (IDFX). Bragg has worked as a study coach for NCIDQ examinations.
All NCIDQ Certified Designers have been educated, trained and examined to protect public health, safety and welfare. When hiring an NCIDQ Certified Designer, you hire a professional with proven knowledge, experience and proficiency in the interior design principles of protecting the public health, safety and welfare. (Source: NCIDQ)
The IDFX addresses the following topics: programming and site analysis; human behavior and the designed environment; building systems and construction; furniture, finishes, equipment and lighting; construction drawings and specifications; technical drawing conventions; and design communication. (Source: IDFX)
At FIU Interior Architecture, we prepare our students to be fully certified interior designers. April 5th’s PROsession exemplifies the efforts on behalf of the Department to educate future professional designers.
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