The Appraisal Institute has several exciting opportunities that may compliment your experience and expertise. Put your skills to great use by taking advantage of these following opportunities.
Seminar Developers Wanted
The Appraisal Institute is seeking practical, interactive, cutting edge, one-day (7-hour) seminars that offer appraisers diversification opportunities.
Basic Seminar Development Requirements
Topic has a national scope (not limited to a specific region)
Well-written student manual (no more than 100 pages)
Specific instructor notes
Clear visual aids
Can be taught by multiple qualified instructors
Can be taught in multiple locations
Developed One-Day Seminars
We are requesting submission of seminars for both clasroom and online that ideally can be taught, with provided instructor notes, by those other than the developer.
If you have developed a well-organized, one-day seminar on a timely topic that can be taught by other qualified instructors and in multiple locations please complete and return the following:
Seminar Submission Form
Copies of program evaluations (if your seminar has been presented before)
Propose a Seminar
We also welcome the submission of classroom or online seminar proposals for the development of seminars that can be taught by multiple qualified instructors. If you are interested in submitting a seminar proposal, please complete and return the following:
Classroom proposals: Contact Fran Rosenstein at 312-335-4228 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online proposals: Contact Ray Martinez at 312-335-4208 or e-mail email@example.com.
Get paid to review online education programs. Reviewers also receive a waived tuition fee, and Appraisal Institute and state credit if possible for the program.
Please contact Ray Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Become an Approved Appraisal Institute Instructor
For Current Appraisal Institute Designated Members
To qualify to become an approved Appraisal Institute instructor, a Designated Member must successfully complete an Instructor Leadership and Development Conference (ILDC) or other qualifying instructor program.
When an ILDC is not scheduled to occur, the education department may schedule such a conference based on need.
If a need exists, the Appraisal Institute will publish the dates and location of the program, along with the prerequisites/requirements and the appropriate application procedure.