Professional Development Programs
Expand Your Skill Set
Are you ready to expand your skill set and explore cutting-edge topics?
The Appraisal Institute’s extensive body of industry knowledge has allowed us to create professional development programs that cover advanced and problematic topics.
Our programs are developed and taught by practicing appraisers with years of experience in these areas. The courses and exams in each program help you gain a comprehensive understanding of the property type or specialty area.
Maximize your current skills, learn new strategies to expand your business, network with other appraisers with similar experience or interests, and distinguish yourself from your peers.
Once you’ve completed the program, you’ll be added to the program’s registry – a great way to connect with potential clients and employers who are looking for professionals with competency in that area.
Find a Program That’s Right for You
Explore the types of real estate-based litigation and the roles of the professional appraiser.
Analytics for Valuation
Learn critical tools to improve your analytical abilities.
Valuation of Sustainable Buildings: Commercial or Residential
Develop an understanding of sustainable practices and how they add value to buildings.
Further Helping You Improve Your Skills
Explore conservation easement valuations in a variety of appraisal situations.
Valuation of the Components of a Business Enterprise
Develop a theoretical and analytical framework for separating the tangible and intangible assets of real estate businesses.
Real Estate Analyst
Hone a skill set to successfully analyze complex real property.
International Valuation of Fixed Assets
Learn how to conduct international valuation assignments.
Disclaimer: If you complete courses that are part of a specific professional development program, you can indicate that you completed the course curriculum and passed the exams. However, completing the course does not indicate a specialization, certification, competency, or expertise in that area.
AI does not assume any duty to the public for the services provided by program participants, or any other person or entity.