15-Hour National USPAP Course

USPAP 15Hour

15-Hour National USPAP Course

Price: $300.00

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If you are getting into the appraisal world, you need USPAP training.

The 2018-2019 15-Hour USPAP course is a requirement for all new appraisal students. Whether you want this as part of a package or a standalone course, we can help you satisfy your educational needs.

The 2018/2019 15-Hour Equivalent USPAP Course is an approved course for satisfying the Appraiser Qualifications Board’s real property qualifying education requirements. The contents of USPAP is fully explored, utilizing numerous, compelling case examples that enable the student to understand the application of USPAP in real world scenarios, along with assessment opportunities to challenge the student throughout the course. Upon completion of this course, students will have a solid understanding of how USPAP applies to appraisal practice and an appraiser’s development and reporting obligations within the USPAP appraisal process.

Course Objectives:

  • Recognize significant historical events that influenced appraisal practice.
  • Recall the responsibilities of the appraisal boards and subcommittee under The Appraisal Foundation.
  • Describe the purpose and contents of USPAP and additional guidance documents.
  • Recognize the framework of the appraisal process in the context of USPAP.
  • Define key USPAP terms and other appraisal-related terms.
  • Evaluate case examples and apply appropriate actions that are compliant with USPAP.
  • Describe the expectations for appraisers and when compliance with USPAP is required.
  • Describe USPAP compliance obligations for appraisal practice and other services.
  • Evaluate USPAP requirements of the Conduct section of the ETHICS RULE.
  • Evaluate USPAP requirements of the Management section of the ETHICS RULE.
  • Evaluate the USPAP requirements of the Confidentiality section of the ETHICS RULE.
  • Evaluate the purpose and requirements of the RECORD KEEPING RULE.
  • Evaluate the purpose and requirements of the COMPETENCY RULE.
  • Identify and describe the three primary obligations for appraisers in an appraisal or appraisal review assignment.
  • Determine when the JURISDICTIONAL EXCEPTION RULE is applicable.
  • Describe the obligations of an appraiser that are addressed in Standards Rules 1-1 through 1-2.
  • Describe the obligations of an appraiser that are addressed in Standards Rules 1-3 through 1-6.
  • Describe the obligations of an appraiser that are addressed in Standards Rules 2-1 through 2-2(a) and (b)(vii).
  • Describe the obligations of an appraiser that are addressed in Standards Rules 2-2(viii) through 2-4.
  • Describe the obligations of an appraiser acting as a reviewer that are addressed in STANDARD 3.
  • Describe the obligations of an appraiser acting as a reviewer that are addressed in STANDARD 4.
  • Describe the obligations of an appraiser in the development and reporting of a mass appraisal, which are addressed in STANDARD 5 and STANDARD 6, respectively.
  • Describe the obligations of an appraiser in the development and reporting of a personal property appraisal as stated in STANDARDS 7 and 8.
  • Describe the obligations of an appraiser in the development and reporting of a business enterprise or intangible asset appraisal as stated in STANDARDS 9 and 10.
  • Recall guidance and advice presented in USPAP Advisory Opinions 1-12.
  • Recall guidance and advice presented in USPAP Advisory Opinions 13-37.

Course Includes:

  • 2018-2019 USPAP Course, Hondros
  • Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, 2018-2019 Edition
  • 100% online learning - Includes 16 required modules, with assignments, quizzes and final exam to reinforce material.
  • Course syllabus

Short reading assignments allow you to focus on main ideas. Chapter summaries highlight important points. The course includes online quizzes and a final exam, which are graded instantly. Know your scores right away! Each module must be completed twice, and each quiz must be answered correctly twice. The final exam requires a proctor - call for details. Additionally, there are required pre- and post- assessments designed to gauge how much the student already knows before starting the course and how much the student learned after taking the course. No minimum score is required.

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