Whether you are interested in mastering the fundamentals of valuation or have interest in a specific appraisal topic, the Appraisal Institute can assist you with a comprehensive catalog of continuing education topics. With multiple delivery methods, Appraisal Institute Continuing Education programs provide convenience, flexibility and a wealth of knowledge to both commercial and residential appraisers. Enrich your industry knowledge, stay on top of industry trends and fulfill your state continuing education requirements!
Gain an excellent foundation in the fundamental valuation concepts and methodologies. Or narrow your focus to appraisal specialties such as eminent domain or federal land acquisitions. Our classroom seminars are offered in half-day, one-, and two-day formats depending on the title. Search for classroom seminar programs or check out our new and popular education, to see what seminars are hot!
Appraisal Institute online programs offer another option for appraiser training and professional development needs. Through our programs, individuals gain the skills and knowledge required to meet Appraisal Institute and state continuing education requirements. Online programs are self-paced and vary from four- to fifteen-hour modules. Search for an online seminar and get started today!
The Appraisal Institute conducts regular webinars on today’s “hot” appraisal issues and appraisal business practice topics. AI webinars cover industry issues that are top-of-mind for real estate appraisers, including residential appraisal form changes, guidelines for appraising distressed real estate and lead generation tactics during an economic downturn.
AI Continuing Education Program
The Appraisal Institute offers classroom and online programs that meet the Appraisal Institute Continuing Education (CE) Program requirements.
Note: The Appraisal Institute does not track your state continuing education requirements, so to learn more about maintaining your continuing education requirements for your state certification or license please contact your state regulatory agency and find Appraisal Institute programs that are approved in your state.