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IQC Requirements & Guidelines

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IQC Requirements & Guidelines 

General requirements for applicants that hold an AI Designation

  • Participants must hold an Appraisal Institute designation.

  • Prior teaching or public speaking experience is assumed. This program is not for novice presenters, but rather for those with proficient public speaking experience who wish to teach for the Appraisal Institute. 

  • Must not be the subject of any published disciplinary action by the Appraisal Institute for the past five years.

  • Comply with the Appraisal Institute continuing education program if a designated member.

  • Must submit recorded presentation (see below).

  • Must supply IQC recommendation form. (Only one form is required.)

General requirements for applicants that do not hold an AI Designation, but hold a PhD.

Special eligibility requirements for non-designated PhDs, DBAs, and EdDs.

  • Applicant’s advanced degree must have been awarded by an accredited educational institution recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, the United States Department of Education or both.

  • Applicant should be in a real estate appraisal related area.

  • Applicant must be active as an instructor with a minimum of two years teaching experience in a real estate appraisal related area.

  • Applicant must be a professional teacher at the college/university level in a real estate appraisal related area.

  • Must submit recorded presentation (see below).

  • Must supply IQC recommendation form. (Only one form is required.) 

Requirements for Potential AI Instructors

  • 100% attendance required.  Includes participation in all pre- and post-conference (should an invitation to teach be received) webinars. 

  • Must download and view "Preparing Your IQC Video”. See below.

         

  • View video on Nonverbal Communication. (Added August 16, 2016)

  • Must submit recorded presentation 2.5 minutes in length* (Topic options to be given upon registration confirmation).     Presentation submission deadline is September 6, 2016. *More information on video submission will be provided upon registration.

  • Applicant must submit one (1) recommendation form with recent photo by September 6, 2016.

  • Your performance at the conference will be graded on the following components: your video presentation, a live presentation, an impromptu presentation and your participation and professionalism at the conference and on the webinars.  See schedule for more details.

  • Applicant must receive an invitation to teach from the national AI Education Committee after the IQC.

  • Those invited to become an AI instructor will receive options for auditing AI programs.  Invited participants must follow the regular audit policies as written, before instructing AI programs. 

Guidelines for Potential AI Instructors

  • The Appraisal Institute views your demeanor during the entire IQC, including the pre-webinars and the submitted video presentation. The IQC is your opportunity to prove that you have the skills and the interest to merit serving as a representative of the Appraisal Institute.
  • While the Education Committee intends to provide opportunities for Appraisal Institute instructors to improve their teaching skills, it is NOT the responsibility of the Education Committee to teach individuals how to be effective instructors.
  • Attendance at the IQC does not guarantee that an individual will be approved to become an Appraisal Institute instructor. Participants who demonstrate strong communication skills in a classroom situation and solid appraisal subject knowledge will be approved. Since Appraisal Institute courses require the instructor to motivate a class for one or more days, the instructor must be more than an effective public speaker. The Education Committee is looking for individuals with special skills.
  • Approval of instructors by the Appraisal Institute is not permanent. Instructor performance is continually monitored through student evaluations and interpreted in accordance with the instructor guidelines set by the Education Committee. Instructor approval for program offerings is based on past evaluations.
  • Successful completion of the IQC and the meeting of all requirements does not guarantee teaching assignments. It is the responsibility of the individual to negotiate and enter into teaching assignments with Appraisal Institute and its chapters.

Questions?

Contact Tony Mendoza at tmendoza@appraisalinstitute.org.  

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