Why become a Practicing Affiliate?
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Who can become a Practicing Affiliate?
Individuals who provide Service(s) as defined by the Code of Professional Ethics (CPE). Service(s) as defined by the CPE. Service(s) defined by the CPE include: appraisal, appraisal review, and other services provided as a valuer. Individuals who may qualify for this category could include, state certified, licensed, trainee, provisional, and registered appraisers (or have the equivalent education), or any individual who may provide Service(s) as defined by the CPE.
Note: Readmission Requirements for former Practicing Affiliates Individuals interested in readmission, please refer to the Practicing Affiliate Policy Manual. Standards and Ethics education may be required prior to readmission.
What are the requirements for Practicing Affiliate?
Within each CE cycle, Practicing Affiliates must complete 350-Points of Continuing Education that includes:
Complete applicable Standards requirement (USPAP, IVS, SVP, applicable national or international standards). To be completed within the first year of affiliation, and again during each subsequent CE cycle.
AI Business Practices and Ethics course. To be completed within the first year of affiliation and again during each subsequent CE cycle.
What are Practicing Affiliate fees?
Fees are $345 per year, and are prorated if you join between February and October. Individuals joining after November 1st are charged the full fees for the upcoming year. Fees are subject to change annually.
For new Practicing Affiliates, please take a moment to view the PowerPoint (click on the image below) for a succinct overview of the Practicing Affiliate category.
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