Hone your skills, grow your business and develop your appraisal knowledge with our collection of continuing education, qualifying education and professional development courses and products. Whether you're looking to fulfill your education requirements or challenge yourself with career-building extras, we're here to support you every step of the way.
McKissock is the provider of The
Appraisal Foundation's official
online 7-hour and 15-hour 2016-2017
USPAP courses, now with interactive
case studies and downloadable aids
included-- so you can put your
knowledge to work right away.
Led by industry experts on hot topics in the appraisal profession, our series of professional development webinars is designed to take your skills to the next level and help you achieve more in your career.
For the commercial appraiser
looking to grow their expertise, this
new series of online courses goes
in-depth with a number of
commercial topics, from appraisal of
fast food facilities to expert witness
TAF CE Courses
Mckissock is proud to partner with
The Appraisal Foundation to bring
you a new series of online CE
courses, covering issues of USPAP
compliance, residential review
work and much more.
Combining the convenience of
online courses with the
interactivity of the live classroom,
webinars bring you the education
you need in a format that works
for you. Explore our upcoming
schedule of professional
development and CE webinars.
USPAP Insights for
Take courses designed to give non-appraisers an overview of industry regulations. Learn how to evaluate reports for USPAP compliance or get an introduction to the terms and concepts of USPAP.
With our new series of online multi-media courses,
you can choose the way you learn best: leverage audio
tracks, video explanations, downloadable course materials
and an interactive comments section to get the most out of
your CE — and retain that knowledge long after you've left the course.
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