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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.

What is covered?

What is the format?

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.

Education Credit:

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.

Enrollment Policies & Deadlines:

Due to facility planning needs, preregistration for all seminars is required.

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