ATTENTION MEMBERS, FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS AROUND WESTERN PA:
The IIDA PA/NJ/DE Chapter in collaboration with Chatham University is offering a two-day intensive workshop to help you prepare for all (3) parts of the exam including focused sessions for the IDFX, IDPX and Practicum 2.0 .
This workshop will be led by a professional instructor from QPrep and will cover a review of the NCIDQ building codes, practice case study questions, handouts, a 40 question PRAC 2.0 quiz (usually $75) and many other things to help you feel confident in passing the exam. The class size is limited to 15 people on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Day 1 - Saturday, 09/07 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM Overview
Introduction and general exam discussion
Discussion on new NCIDQ codes
Other usable information
Residential Case Study Sample Questions
Small Commercial Case Study Sample Questions
Day 2 - Sunday, 09/08 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Overview
Discussion of Residential and Small Commercial Sample Questions from the First Day
Discuss Large Commercial with Sample Questions
Take NCIDQ Sample Questions online with discussion
Discuss IDFX & IDPX, references, content and study suggestions
Note: All materials (including Q-Prep Handouts and IIDA notebooks) will be provided for individual use. Lunch and snacks will be provided for both workshop days as well. Participants should plan to bring their own pens, pencils, highlighters, calculator, scale and a laptop/table with charging cords.
About the Q-Prep instructor:
Phyllis D. Moore, FASID received a BS degree in Interior Design from the University of Alabama and is the owner of Interior Design Source, LLC in Decatur, Alabama since 1976. Ms. Moore, a charter member of the Alabama Interior Design Coalition, served as Secretary, and Board President. She co-authored the practice act that passed the Alabama Legislature in 2001, and has actively promoted interior design legislation for over 17 years. An NCIDQ certificate holder since 1983, she is a professional member of ASID.
Ms. Moore has served as a Board Member, Treasurer and President of the Alabama Chapter of ASID as well as numerous state committees. Phyllis has served ASID on the national level as Chairman of the ASID Legislative Advisory Council, Chairman of the ASID Student Advisory Council, member of the ASID Referral Service Council, member of the ASID Chapter Support Team, ASID National Nominating Committee, and held a seat on the ASID National Board of Directors.
Phyllis became an ASID Fellow in 2001 and the recipient of the Jack Davis Outstanding Alumni Award from the University of Alabama College of Human Environmental Sciences. She has received the ASID National Merit Award as well as 3 National Presidential Citations and 2 Outstanding Chapter Member Awards from the Alabama Chapter. She has served on the NCIDQ IDEP committee and was an ASID STEP Workshop Leader, ASID DSS speaker for legislative CEU's, and currently serves on the NCIDQ Peer Review Committee, and Neocon Program Advisory Committee. She is an original QPrep Instructor putting her years of experience towards helping emerging professionals.
More about QPrep here: http://www.qprepworkshops.com/home.html
More about Chatham University's Interior Architecture Program: https://www.chatham.edu/interior/