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|Course Title:||National Appraising for the Supervisor and Trainee|
|Course Number:||7898||Provider:||Key Realty School|
|Certified:||10/18/2019||Address:||3650 East Flamingo|
|Expires:||10/18/2022||Las Vegas, Nevada 89121|
|Status:||Approved||Phone:||702 313 7000|
|Contact:||Michael Federwitz <Mike@KeyRealtySchool.com>|
|Provider Type:||Secondary Provider|
|Delivery Method:||Internet - Asynchronous||*Clock Hours:||4|
|Final Exam:||No||†Clock Hour Enforcement Mechanism:||Yes|
|Proctored Exam:||No||Difficulty Rating:||Basic|
|Description:||National Appraising for the Supervisor and Trainee addresses the national topic areas for supervisory appraisers and trainee appraisers specified by the Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) of The Appraisal Foundation in the 2015 Real Property Appraiser Qualifications Criteria. Other coursework discussing the similarities and differences of specific jurisdictional qualifying regulations may supplement this course. The course commences with an overview of national and state appraisal regulatory bodies as well as a comprehensive discussion of the minimum AQB qualifying criteria for supervisory appraisers and the various appraiser classifications. Obligations of appraiser ethics and competency are also discussed with a focus on supervisory appraisers and trainees. The course concludes with specific roles and responsibilities of supervisory appraisers and trainee appraisers, including a final unit that serves as a best practices checklist, designed to ensure thorough and meaningful supervisory oversight, and best practice development by trainees in appraisal development and reporting.|
Beth Sigg (CDEI)
|**Course Approval Information|
|This course may not be approved in any jurisdiction or the provider has chosen not to include which jurisdictions the course is approved in.|
** Regarding course approval information, the course provider may list here the jurisdictions that have approved this course for professional credit. Information in regard to jurisdictional course approval is not maintained by ARELLO but by course providers. If no jurisdictions appear in the course approval area, the provider may not yet be approved by a regulatory agency to offer the course. Please contact the provider if you have a question in regard to course approval information.
† A "Clock Hour Enforcement Mechanism" is course feature that mandates students spend X amount of time in the course. This mechanism is not required for certification but is required in certain jurisdictions. The absence of a clock hour enforcement mechanism does not compromise certification and the typical student taking the course can still be expected to take the appropriate amount of time to complete the course.