C.I.D Workbook Program2018-08-10T13:43:43+00:00

C.I.D Workbook Program

This program consists of eight sessions with question and answer reviews after each, a session test, four enjoyable projects, drafting templates, an interior design color wheel and the printed workbook for future reference. The 50-question final exam which is included is also the Certified International Decorators Entrance Exam.

This version of the course provides interaction with the instructor who will personally critique your work on the hands-on projects, creating the connection between book learning and practical experience. A resource section and a glossary of terms are also included with this course of study. The Workbook Direct Mail Program takes approximately 6-10 weeks. $1295.00

Upon completion of the program and passing the C.I.D. Entrance Exam, you will be qualified to join C.I.D. YOUR FIRST YEAR OF MEMBERSHIP IS FREE. (a savings of $295.00)

What will I receive with the Workbook Program?

  • A 100-page Workbook with Glossary of Decorating Terms
  • National Resources of Trade Showrooms
  • Interior Design Drafting Templates in 1/4″ scale – a $42.95 value! (included)
  • Final Exam /C.I.D. Entrance Exam – a $95 value! (included) Study Guide ($95 savings) not required
  • Interior Design Color Wheel for Color Schemes – a $21.95 value! (included)
  • Graduation Certificate
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Certification Course Outline

Session Description
1. Floor Planning and Furniture Placement
  • Function of Space
  • Floor Planning
  • Furniture Placement
  • Elevations
2. Furniture Styles and Trade Showrooms
  • History of Furniture and Architectural Styles
  • Custom Furniture and Cabinetry
  • Furniture Selection
  • Furniture Showrooms to the Trade
3. Choosing Color Schemes
  • Color Trends
  • The Color Wheel
  • Color Terms
  • Psychology of Color
  • Regional Colors
  • Color Distribution
4. Wall Coverings and Window Treatments
  • Wall Coverings and Finishes
  • Window Treatments
  • Bedspreads
5. Lighting, Flooring and Fabric Choices
  • Lighting
  • Flooring
  • Fabrics
  • Presentation Board
6. Plants, Pictures and Accessories
  • Pots and Plants
  • Artwork and Prints
  • Wall Groupings
  • Decorative Accessories
7. Consulting: Fees and Compensation
  • Consulting Basics
  • Compensation Methods
  • Business Startup
8. The Interior Decorator’s Role
  • Decorator or Designer: The Difference
  • What an Interior Decorator Can Do
  • Avoiding Liabilities and Legal Problems
  • Being a Certified Interior Decorator