2019 Continuing Education Reporting Information
Conference Transcript / Certificate
At the conference it was critical that you had your badge scanned by a volunteer course monitor when you exited every classroom at the end of every course. This is the only proof of your course attendance.
On Monday, August 19, 2019, comprehensive Conference Transcripts / Certificates were posted to each Attendee’s Dashboard, allowing you to download it directly. Follow the instructions in this HOW-TO GUIDE [PDF] to LOGIN and download your Conference Transcript / Certificate.
Have a question or need help? Fill out the form to the right, and Show Manager Laura McDonald Stewart, FASID, IIDA, RID, LEED AP will get back to you.
Explanation of Credits on Transcripts / Certificates
0.1 credit = 1 hour
IDCEC tracks credits as “fractions,” and since the majority of our attendees report to IDCEC, we track credits using their system. The other entities - i.e., TBAE, AIA, EDAC, and GBCI - understand that a 0.1 credit translates to 1 hour of continuing education. Since we began the conference in 2003, we have never had anyone have a problem reporting their hours based on this system.
For Courses that are AIA-approved: Speakers of these courses have been instructed that they are required to bring their AIA sign-in sheet, pass it around the room to have AIA members sign it, and report those members' course completion immediately after the event.
EDAC approval numbers show up on your Conference Transcript, and you may use your transcript, along with this METROCON19 Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification (EDAC) CEU Form, to self-report to EDAC.
For Courses that are GBCI-approved: GBCI approval numbers show up on your Conference Transcript, and you may use your transcript to self-report to GBCI.
All 2019 continuing education courses were cumulatively reviewed and approved by IDCEC, so they are recognized by member organizations ASID, IDC & IIDA.
IDCEC approval numbers show up on your Conference Transcript, and you may use your transcript, along with the document METROCON19 IDCEC Reporting Information to help you self-report to IDCEC.
All but two (2) courses had HSW content, thereby qualifying as CEPHs for continuing education requirements set forth by the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners for Registered Interior Designers and Registered Architects.
You are only required to submit your continuing education documents to TBAE if they have been requested. Each registrant certifies their compliance with the continuing education upon renewal every year. Use TBAE's CEPH Log to track your courses.