What is the New Jersey Coalition for Interior Design Legislation?
The New Jersey Coalition for Interior Design Legislation (NJCIDL) is a not-for-profit organization committed to advancing the profession of interior design in New Jersey:
- By providing current, relevant information about health, safety, and welfare in the built environment to the public — Read More>
- By supporting professional development by offering interior design continuing education —
- By informing interior designers about current legislative issues that affect the profession today
To better serve the public, The New Jersey Coalition for Interior Design Legislation (NJCIDL) promotes the certification of interior designers through standards set by the New Jersey Interior Designer Certification Act — Read More>
- The Act provides an avenue for the consumer to identify the qualifications of a certified interior designer. Certified designers have documented, verified, diversified Experience, accredited Education (link to definition CIDA), and a successful completion of a national qualifying Examination (link to definition NCIDQ). The examination addresses current building codes, Americans with Disabilities Act guidelines, ethics, and protection of the public’s health, safety, and welfare.
NJCIDL educates and informs interior designers about:
- How to become a Certified Interior Designer in the State of New Jersey
- What current legal, environmental, and business issues impact Interior Design — Read More>
- Where to obtain CEU’s that meet health, safety and welfare continuing education requirements — Events Calendar>
Membership in NJCIDL is open to all interior designers, allied professionals, students and industry partners, regardless of affiliation or certification. To obtain a NJCIDL membership form, click here.