Join your peers for an intensive, two full days of NCIDQ preparation focused on the new Practicum 2.0!
Be among the participants to take this workshop covering everything you need to know to successfully pass the computer-administered exam—including a more detailed look at building codes. Passing the NCIDQ Exam is essential for your career advancement! Certification is required to be a professional member of IIDA and a Certified Interior Designer (CID) in Virginia.
The workshop takes place Saturday, February 23th from 8am-6pm through Sunday, February 24th from 8am-6pm.
- A laptop is required for this workshop. Participants will need to bring a laptop or tablet to the workshop. Part of the class will be spent viewing plans, so the larger the screen the better.
- Participants should bring a lunch or plan on purchasing a fast lunch nearby. For those traveling, the workshop location is adjacent to several value-oriented hotels.
Register today! Space is limited. Registration closes 2/8/19 COB.
Special thanks to our awesome sponsors!
About the instructor: Cheryl DiMenna, ASID, CID received her Interior Design BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). While in school, DiMenna joined ASID as a Student Member and remained an Associate Member after graduation. She became a Professional Member of the Society upon earning her NCIDQ certification in 1986 and is a Certified Interior Designer in the state of Maryland. DiMenna played a pivotal role in activities that led to passage of original licensure legislation in Maryland. She has served on several committees for the Maryland Chapter, including the Nominating Committee, the Strategic Planning Committee, the Chapter Board for five years, and as STEP Chair for 26 years. DiMenna has been deeply committed to raising awareness of the NCIDQ Exam and emphasizing proper preparation at various colleges and student career days. She was an adjunct faculty member in the Interior Design Department at Harford Community College and has reviewed student portfolios at NeoCon East. Additionally, she has served on the ASID Foundation jury reviewing scholarships and awards for undergraduate and graduate students. She has taught STEP workshops for 18 years and has been a Q-Prep instructor since its inception in 2011.