Prices & EnrollmentMeet your USPAP requirements online. Allied is one of the few schools to offer USPAP training through distance education. You can enroll in the USPAP course you need to get your new license or keep your existing license up to date. Study from home and advance your career with convenient online courses. Choose the fast and affordable option!
Note: The USPAP courses are standalone education options as described below. You will also find these courses included as one of multiple courses in other Allied appraisal licensing and renewal programs.
Choose the 2016-2017 15-Hour Equivalent USPAP Course if you want to start a new appraisal career. It is a requirement for all new appraisal students and the first step toward becoming a licensed appraiser. Get a solid introduction to USPAP, learn when USPAP applies, and gain an understanding of rules and standards.
This 15-Hour Equivalent USPAP Course is an approved course for satisfying the Appraiser Qualifications Board’s real property qualifying education requirements. The contents of USPAP is fully explored, utilizing numerous, compelling case examples that enable the student to understand the application of USPAP in real world scenarios, along with assessment opportunities to challenge the student throughout the course. Upon completion of this course, students will have a solid understanding of how USPAP applies to appraisal practice and an appraiser’s development and reporting obligations within the USPAP appraisal process.
Choose the 2016-2017 7-Hour Equivalent USPAP Update Course to meet your two-year USPAP requirement and continue your career as a licensed appraiser. It only applies to individuals that currently hold an appraisal license. Learn definitions of USPAP, gain knowledge of key USPAP changes,
and understand the new scope of work rule.
The core of this course focuses on the 2016-2017 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice updates as set forth by the Appraisal Standards Board of The Appraisal Foundation. Also included are issues that appraisers face in their daily appraisal assignments, as well as common USPAP violations.