• Now that you are ICPF

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  • To maintain your ICPF accreditation, you are required to pay yearly dues of $35.00 and submit 8 continuing education units. You will submit the prior year’s continuing education units with your current  year’s dues. ISFA wants to encourage our Professional Designers to demonstrate their creative abilities and talents. Continuing education is a commitment to your personal and professional growth.

    Please note, if you are a fully retired florist who wants to maintain your ICPF addendum, your continuing education requirement will be waived. You will be responsible for your yearly dues.

    How to “earn” continuing education units:

    Attendance at ISFA Annual Design Show (6 units)

    Stage presentor or hands-on instructor (6 units)

    ISFA Advanced Class (3 units)

    ISFA Boot Camp (6 units)

    ISFA Design Show hands-on class (1 unit)

    Attendance at other State Conventions (6 units)

    Wholesale Design Programs (2 units)

    Educator: College/University; Floral Design School/Certification Program (6 units)

    Public Presentations (2 units)

    Attendance at public design presentation (1 unit)

    AIFD Symposium (8 units)

    Officer at State or National level (2 units)

    Committee member State or National level (2 units)

    And Many More ways to earn units including: Articles for Trade Publications, AIFD on-line classes, Recognized Floral design classes/schools, College courses.    

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  • Become an Illinois State Florist Association (ISFA) Board Member

    What is the Illinois State Florist Association Board?

    The Illinois State Florist Association (ISFA) is managed and under the administration of a Board of Directors comprised of President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasure and Regional Directors.  Board members are chosen from ISFA members in good standing.

    Why should You consider becoming a ISFA Board Member?

    Because of your commitment to education and as an ISFA member in good standing, the ISFA Executive Board and Board of Directors would like to invite you to consider becoming an ISFA Board Member.  By becoming an ISFA Board Member, you can enhance your career, enabling you to make a positive impact in our industry as well as grow personally.  As a member of the ISFA Board, you have the opportunity to gain insights and new knowledge about various aspects of our industry.  You have the opportunity to give back to the floral community by channeling your passion, commitment and motivation in a positive and productive way by assisting other floral professionals.

    Through your association with ISFA as a board member, you also are given opportunities to grow as a leader in the floral industry.  By being involvement in the ISFA’s decisions making process that reflect emerging issues, you will be working with like-minded people who are making choices that will affect the future betterment of our profession.  Your knowledge of current events in our industry will offer you the chance to develop your skill base in interpersonal communication, decision-making, problem-solving, team-building and time-management skills.  Furthermore, you will be able to expand your networks by making connections with other board members and other influential individuals in the floral community.

    What is ISFA Board Members Required to do?

    As a board member, you will be asked to:

    -attend six annual board meetings which are held in Springfield, Illinois,

    -sit on various committees

    -participate in the Annual Design Floral Show during the third weekend of March at Decatur, Illinois Conference Center


    How long is a ISFA Board Term of Commitment?

      Your term on the Board normally requires a three year commitment.

    Become an ISFA Board Member

    If you are interested in becoming an ISFA Board Member, please download the ISFA Board Member Application and return it to Julia Marie P. Schmitt AIFD, CFD, EMC, ICPF, Chair of Nominating and Human Resource Committee, at Pualeialii@hotmail.com and Adam Havrilla AIFD, CFD, ICPF, President of Illinois State Florists' Association