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Experience: Interior Design Experience Program
After interior designers complete their formal education, they can continue their professional career path by enrolling in an Interior Design Experience Program (IDEP). The Interior Design Experience Program (IDEP) is a monitored documented experience program administered by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) for graduates of interior design education programs.

The career path of a professional designer involves formal education, entry-level work experience, and a qualifying examination.

Most Important, IDEP facilitates the development of competent interior designers who can provide exemplary interior design services and work as members of teams of professionals involved in the design of the built environment.

The general purpose of IDEP is to: 
Reinforce the interior design graduate’s education.
Promote the acquisition of professional discipline, skills and knowledge.
Provide structure, direction, resources, and support to the training

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