An Intern Interior Designer is an emerging professional that is qualified by education and is actively obtaining the required experience to write their NCIDQ exams. They are working towards completing a minimum of 3,520 hours of supervised work experience under a Registered Interior Designer.
To complete their qualifications, Interns must pass the National Council of Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) examinations, which is the industry's recognised indicator of proficiency in interior design principles. Upon successful completion of the exams they will become Registered members with our professional regulatory body; IDIBC - Interior Designers Institute of British Columbia.
The following are active Intern members in good standing with IDIBC.