Interior Designers of Alberta
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The Interior Designers of Alberta (Registered Interior Designers Institute of Alberta) was incorporated under a private act of the Alberta Legislature in 1960. Acting as a regulatory body, IDA's mandate is to regulate the interior design profession in Alberta for the betterment of the profession and in the best interests of the public. IDA sets standards for admission into membership, including education and experience standards, Practice Standards, professional development requirements as well as adherence to a Code of Ethics and Practice Standards. Since the Interior Designers of Canada assumed responsibility for advocacy of the profession of Interior Design provincially, nationally and internationally, the role of the Interior Designers of Alberta has been focused on regulatory issues related to its members.
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