National 15 hour USPAP Course
This course is the Appraisal Foundation's 15 hour (2-day) National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) Course. It is a qualifying education class with a one-hour exam at the end.
Special note for licensed appraisers: Per the Appraisal Foundation's Appraiser Qualifications Board, this two-day 15-hour USPAP course does not fulfill the one-day 7-hour USPAP update course recertification requirement, but may be taken to fulfill non-USPAP continuing education hours.
George W. LeMay, NHCG#38, AQB Certified USPAP Instructor # 44986
Students will learn how USPAP affects their appraisal practice, the recognized rules for ethical and competent behavior, and understand the need for impartiality and objectivity. It fulfills the 15-hour qualifying education requirement of all students seeking to become a state licensed or certified appraiser.
The role of the appraiser and the impartiality associated with this role
Special responsibilities of the appraiser
The need for impartiality
Layout of the text as a desk-reference
Requirements for ethical behavior
Requirements for competent performance by appraisers
Classroom style instruction, discussions, exercises, and presentations.
It is recommended that students should have a knowledge of basic appraisal principles and procedures before attending this class.
The National 15-Hour USPAP course meets the core curriculum requirements for 15 hours of qualifying education credit
(but cannot be counted toward the 7 hours USPAP update continuing education requirement.)
Meets NH DRA USPAP requirement for Assessors and Assessor Supervisors
Meets qualifying education requirements for appraisers in NH.
Approval by a state board does not constitute their endorsement of this class.
Due to facility planning needs, preregistration for all seminars is required.
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