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  • IDCEC Mobile App: What CEU Providers Need to Know

    Get a breakdown of the new IDCEC Mobile App and learn why, when, and how to use it as a CEU provider.

    Get a breakdown of the new IDCEC Mobile App and learn why, when, and how to use it as a CEU provider.

    In January 2021, the International Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC) released a mobile app for learners to report their attendance at live events. What does that mean for registered CEU providers? Learn about provider responsibilities for attendance reporting and the new CEU provider requirements when using the app from Brynell D’Mello, Hon. FASID, CHRL, Chief Executive Officer of IDCEC.  

    Intended Audience: ASID Chapter Leaders and Industry Partners creating and hosting CEU programs as IDCEC providers. ASID members looking for guidance on IDCEC reporting can review their FAQs for Registry Users (PDF download).

    This is a recording of a webinar presented on April 28, 2021.



    What You Will Learn
    • Describe how the IDCEC Mobile App will help you as a CEU provider.
    • Recognize when it is most appropriate to incorporate the app in your CEU delivery and reporting process.
    • Identify alternative solutions for learners unable to use the app.


    Access period: One year from registration date.

    Brynell D’Mello, Hon. FASID, CHRL

    Chief Executive Officer, International Design Continuing Education Council (IDCEC)

    Brynell D’Mello is an experienced leader currently serving as Chief Executive Officer at the International Design Continuing Education Council Inc. (IDCEC). She is responsible for execution of policy and operations for the company. Brynell also implements the strategic plan and supports the Board in corporate governance for IDCEC. Brynell was hired to centralize and automate operations for IDCEC in 2011, and played a pivotal role to bring together North America’s designers, manufacturers, and design associations. IDCEC currently provides registry services to over 40,000 designers and has approximately 950 education provider members within the design industry. 

    Brynell holds a Bachelor of Education degree specializing in adult education, a Bachelor of Commerce degree and is a Canadian Human Resources Professional (CHRL). Her professional development education centers on building leadership, leading change, and strategic agility. 

  • Leading IN: Managing Operations During COVID-19

    Managing chapter operations under stable, "normal" conditions is no easy feat. So, what happens when things go awry and “business as usual” goes out the window?

    Managing chapter operations under stable, "normal" conditions is no easy feat. So, what happens when things go awry and “business as usual” goes out the window?

    Learn key tips and strategies from experts and your peers in this series on how to navigate uncertainty to keep your chapter moving forward. The series addressed effective practices around the day to day, as well as how to approach programs and financial commitments in times of crisis.


    Leading IN: Managing Operations During COVID-19 On-Demand Content


    Navigating Contractual Commitments

    Attorney John R. Strout of Webster, Chamberlain & Bean, LLP, discussed what chapters should consider when faced with contractual obligations in unforeseen circumstances, and protections to consider when negotiating future chapter contracts. This live session took place on March 26, 2020.


    Volunteering in the Time of COVID-19

    How are you managing the new juggling act of managing your personal, professional, and volunteer responsibilities? Hear from ASID leaders how they’re coping with life during COVID-19, and gain tips on how to stay connected with your fellow Chapter leaders and members while maintaining core Chapter operations.


    Sponsorship During COVID-19

    How are you managing relationships with sponsors and Industry Partners in these uncertain times? How are you staying connected and keeping the lines of communication open in the age of social distancing and staying at home? Learn from ASID experts how to navigate conversations around commitments, including canceled or postponed events, and how expectations are shifting. Jon Strassner, LEED AP, Director of Industry Partnerships, ASID, and Dinorah Martinez, Associate, Industry Partnerships, ASID, shared their expertise in this session, recorded on April 16, 2020.