LDAC: Learn More and Apply
HOW TO APPLY
Thank you to everyone who helped make LDAC 2015 the best LDAC yet!
If you would like to submit your interest in LDAC 2016, and be contacted when registration opens, please reach out to Michael Bilas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most LDAC participants are nominated and sponsored by their Appraisal Institute Chapter. Care is taken to maintain a balance of individuals from diverse ethnic, racial, religious, cultural, gender, and geographic backgrounds.
Up to 100 Participants will be selected based on the following criteria:
Must be a Designated Member or enrolled in the Candidate for Designation program.
Work experience (minimum of 3 years real estate experience or have taught real estate courses for 3 years)
Professional quality of work, demonstrating an outstanding ability in appraising or related profession
Personal attributes, to be described in letter of recommendation (i.e. an up-and-coming leader in his/her Chapter, a strong contributor to discussion on a sophisticated level)
Balance and diversification of the Council
CAPITOL HILL TRIP
LDAC establishes an "appraiser presence" in Congress. Organized into Congressional Teams, LDAC participants lobby Capitol Hill and demonstrate that the Appraisal Institute is made up of professionals who recognize the importance of being actively involved in the political process. Visit the Appraisal Institute Government Affairs page.
Up to 45 Points of Appraisal Institute continuing education (CE) credit may be earned for participating in the Leadership Development and Advisory Council conference. Please refer to Regulation No. 10: Continuing Education for more details. CE will be granted at the end of the conference, after full participation is documented.
Any cancellations for the LDAC meeting must be submitted in writing. Confirmed attendees should not assume that a cancellation has been granted until a confirmation letter has been received. Substitutions are permitted. Please provide Darlene Grass, email@example.com, or Michael Bilas, firstname.lastname@example.org, with substitution notification 15 days prior to the program start date. The following is a refund schedule for cancellations:
Up to 30 days prior to program start date (refund in full)
15 to 29 days prior to program start date ($100 cancellation fee)
Less than 15 days prior to program start date (forfeit of payment unless a suitable replacement is provided)
If extenuating circumstances arise and a registrant needs to cancel after the deadline, we will require a written explanation in order to waive the fee within 2 weeks after the program date. Your registration fee will be reimbursed upon receipt of the notification of circumstances, only if received within the stated timeframe. Please contact Darlene Grass, email@example.com, for any other questions regarding the cancellation policy.
For additional information about the Leadership Development & Advisory Council, contact Michael Bilas, firstname.lastname@example.org.