USING THE POWER OF COMMUNITY TO LEARN
ID Conquer helps Interior Designers conquer the NCIDQ Certification Exams by using the power of community to learn. We are an interior design study group for the NCIDQ exams. To ensure students get a collaborative and intimate experience, classes are limited in size. Our study groups emulate a university course environment, where you are given homework assignments and regroup regularly on the assigned content. If you are looking for accountability and guidance in preparation for these exams, you have found the right place!
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Class Starts June 19th
The Interior Design Fundamentals Exam covers competencies in: programming and site analysis;
relationship between human behavior and the designed environment; design communication
techniques; life safety and universal design; interior building materials and finishes; technical
specifications for furniture, fixtures, & equipment and lighting; construction drawings,
schedules and specifications; and professional development and ethics.
This course is ideal for anyone looking for structure and guidance on how to prepare for the NCIDQ IDFX exam. Classes meet most Saturdays in June through September for a total of nine guided discussions.
Classes at 8:00am PST/11:00pm EST
Class Starts June 12th
The Interior Design Professional Exam covers competencies in:
project assessment and sustainability; project, process, roles and coordination; professional business practices; code requirements, laws, standards, and regulations; integration with building systems and construction; integration of furniture, fixtures & equipment; and contract administration.
This course is ideal for anyone looking for structure and guidance on how to prepare for the NCIDQ IDPX exam. Classes meet most Saturdays in June through September for a total of ten guided discussions.
Classes at 10:00am PST/1:00pm EST
Class Starts June 12th
The Practicum Exam (PRAC) utilizes three case studies (large commercial, small commercial, and multi-family residential) to assess the ability to apply, synthesize, and integrate information related to the design process using resources provided with an emphasis on Health, Safety and Welfare. The PRAC covers competencies in: programming, planning and analysis; code requirements, laws, standards, and regulations; integration with building systems and construction; and contract documents.
This course covers the IDFX and IDPX content covered on the Practicum exam and is ideal for anyone looking for structure and guidance on content covered in the Practicum. Classes meet most Saturdays in June through September for a total of eleven guided discussions.
Classes at 12:30pm PST/3:30pm EST
WHAT DESIGNERS ARE SAYING
"This class was very well organized, extremely helpful and helped me to have the confidence to take the Practicum for the second time and pass!"
"I would highly recommend this course to anyone taking any of the three tests, as great preparation!"
"Meeting other designers preparing for the exam inspired me to keep going. The structure of the class was just what I needed to help me prepare for the exam."