The Association of Registered Interior Designers
of New Brunswick
The Association of Registered Interior Designers of New Brunswick (ARIDNB) is the self-regulatory professional body of interior design practitioners in the Province of New Brunswick.
The Association received its Title Act from the New Brunswick Legislature in June 1987. The Act allows the Association’s designers to use the designation "Registered Interior Designer".
Those individuals or companies engaging the services of a Registered Interior Designer have the assurance that the designer is qualified by education, experience and examination to practice the profession of interior design.
ARIDNB Act, 1987
ARIDNB By-Laws 2009 (currently being reviewed and updated)
Appendix B (NCIDQ Elligibility requirements)
Appendix C (CIDA Accredited programs)
Objectives of ARIDNB
ARIDNB'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.
ARIDNB Executive 2015-17
President: Rachel Mitton
Vice-President: Lyn Van Tassel
Treasurer / Registrar: Chrystalla Wilde
Intern Representativer: Nicole Cormier
NCIDQ Delegate: René Claude Roy
IDC Provincical Director: Kim Murphy
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