There is nothing on this earth to be more prized than true friendship


Thomas Aquinas 




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CEU Credits


FREE Online Accredited CEU Leather Course

provided by Moore & Giles

Moore & Giles


Take this FREE accredited four lesson course to learn more about leather and receive continuing education credits.
Provided 100% free by Moore & Giles.


These lessons will teach you the origins, terms and processes of leather. Our goal is to share our love of leather and teach what makes this material so unique. These lessons and the credits are 100% free, simply sign up for an account

The material enclosed can be used for any purpose, personal or commercial. We hope that you use it to educate and inspire your clients.

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Getting started with LEED Interior Design and Construction

The U.S. Green Building Council

You've made the big decision—you're going to pursue LEED v4 certification using the Interior Design and Construction (ID+C) rating system. Now it's time to get your ducks in a row.

We offer many resources for LEED project teams to get you started on the right foot. Here are the tools and resources that can help you succeed with your project. 

General LEED v4 resources

Interior Design and Construction resources

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ASID Member CEU Requirement

ASID: 1.0 CEU(10 hrs) per 2 years

Continuing education should be relevant to interior design and in the form of courses and presentations from registered IDCEC providers, self-reported courses and presentations, or college and university courses. Coursework taken by the following providers will be accepted:

IDCEC Approved Education

ASID automatically accepts continuing education approved by the Interior Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC). 

State Regulatory Board Approved Courses

ASID automatically accepts continuing education approved by State Regulatory Boards. Refer to courses offered by your local jurisdiction for more information.

Note: Continuing education requirements for State Regulatory Boards vary. Check with your jurisdiction for requirements. Your ASID chapter may also be a resource for local options and requirements.

Courses Approved by Industry Relevant Organizations

ASID automatically accepts continuing education approved by the following industry relevant organizations:

  • American Institute of Architects (AIA)

  • Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI)

  • International Facility Management Association (IFMA)

  • National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA)

Higher Education Courses

ASID accepts courses in interior design taken at college or university programs accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA). ASID will approve .1 CEU (1 hour) per credit hour earned (not the actual hours you spend in class).

The coursework cannot be taken for college credit towards a degree program.

Courses by other providers

Completed programs offered by other providers must be submitted to ASID for review prior to receiving credit. Once a program has been taken, complete the ASID Self-Reporting Submission Form and submit payment of $25 USD via email to or mail to ASID headquarters

You will be notified of course approval or disapproval within approximately 20 business days of receipt. Approval is based on information received and reviewed and is valid toward your ASID education membership requirement. All such decisions are final.