Interior Designers of New Brunswick / DINB

Interior Designers of New Brunswick

The Interior Designers of New Brunswick (IDNB - DINB) is the self-regulatory professional body of interior design practitioners in the Province of New Brunswick.

Objectives of IDNB-DINB

IDNB - DINB's objectives as a professional association are to

  • establish, maintain and develop standards of knowledge and skill among its members;
  • govern the practice of interior design in order that the public interest might be served;
  • enhance public awareness of professional quality interior design and its importance to the human environment;
  • advocate quality interior design education and practice throughout New Brunswick and Canada;
  • initiate support and seek the expansion of quality continuing education and professional upgrading among the members of the Association;
  • cooperate with and support the Interior Designers of Canada, its members and allied associations;
  • establish, maintain and develop standards of professional ethics among its members;
    advance the objects set out in the Act.

IDNB-DINB Executive 2017-19

President: Rachel Mitton
Vice-President: René Claude Roy
Treasurer / Registrar: Chrystalla Wilde
Secretary: Rachael Quackenbush
NCIDQ Delegate: Kim Murphy
Intern Representative: Fabie Dupéré
IDC Provincical Director: Lyn Van Tassel

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Continuing Education

Open Education Database Organisation offers a portal featuring courses from leading universities in an array of topics. OpenCourseWare (OCW) Arts section provides 86 design and architecture specific lessons among a larger database of 437 courses that spans the spectrum of performing arts and art history.

AEC Daily is a Continuing Education website offering free Webinars CEUs and online courses presented by reputable sources. It features courses on architecture, interior design, with topics varying from product selection to sustainable design.