Standards Related Education

  Available Now  
  Seminar Title       Hours      Format        Audience  
  Evaluating a Report for USPAP Compliance*        4     Online       Lenders, Underwriters  
                           
  Intro to Terms and Concepts of USPAP*        4     Online       State Regulators, Attorneys, Investigators  
                           
  Residential Review and USPAP Compliance**        7     Online       Real Property Appraisers  
                           
   Residential Review and USPAP Compliance**        7      Classroom        Real Property Appraisers  
* Click on this link to register for the online course directly at McKissock's website. These courses are available online only. 
**Education Providers:  To offer the classroom version of this seminar, contact Mavis Kleso at mavis@appraisalfoundation.org. You will need to sign a License Agreement and pay a $20 per student fee. 
**Students:  Please contact your preferred educational provider and ask for The Appraisal Foundation’s Residential Review and USPAP Compliance Course.
 


USPAP Courses

 


Evaluating a Report for USPAP Compliance

This 4-hour seminar is designed to help lending professionals become familiar with and understand the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) and their relevance in, and applicability to, the lending process. The seminar will also facilitate a better understanding of a real property appraiser's USPAP-related obligations in an assignment and will enable underwriters to better evaluate an appraisal report for USPAP compliance.  This program is not intended to provide training for those performing appraisal review (as defined in USPAP) assignments. 

To register for this seminar today, please click here

Audience: Real Property Appraisers, Lenders, Underwriters
State Non-credit

Intro to Terms and Concepts of USPAP

This 4-hour seminar is intended to equip state regulators with a better understanding of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) and their relevance in, and applicability to state enforcement programs.   It will also facilitate a better understanding of real property appraisers’ USPAP related obligations in an assignment and will provide the regulator with knowledge to better evaluate an appraisal report for USPAP compliance.  This program is not intended to provide training for those performing appraisal review (as defined in USPAP) assignments, nor is it meant to replace the USPAP publication itself. The course serves as an enhancement to understanding the flexibility and practicability of USPAP as it relates to real property valuation.

To register for this seminar today, please click here

Audience: State Regulators, Attorneys, Investigators
State Non-credit

Residential Review and USPAP Compliance

This 7-hour seminar focuses on appraisal review assignments and the effect USPAP has on these assignments, reviewers, and the work of appraisers involved in the assignments. This seminar is designed to provide real property appraisers with a better understanding of USPAP in conjunction with producing appraisal reviews that are USPAP compliant, and to provide additional guidance to those appraisers whose work is being reviewed. Ideally, the review process should raise the level of professionalism among appraisers, and encourage them to produce better appraisal reports. In addition to lectures, the seminar includes discussion to show how USPAP applies in situations that appraisers encounter when completing residential appraisal review assignments.

To offer the classroom version of this seminar, contact Mavis Kleso at mavis@appraisalfoundation.org. You will need to sign a License Agreement and pay a $20 per student fee. 
To register to take this online seminar today, click here

Audience
: Real property appraisers
Credit: 7 hours of real property CE*

*You will need to submit the classroom version on your own to the respective states for approval. The online version may already have approval in your state, and we encourage you to double check with your state regulatory agency.