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15-Hour USPAP Course

Dive into The Appraisal Foundation’s official 15-Hour National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice course, which satisfies the 15-hour USPAP qualifying education requirement for everyone joining the appraisal profession.

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McKissock appraisal course ratings and reviews

The class is very helpful and certainly gives you the training and understanding you need for USPAP.

John C.

Illinois

This course was able to present the USPAP standards and rules in a way that was quite easy for me to grasp and remember. This was a course that I thought I would have had trouble with, but the presentation truly helped me learn.

Jesse L.

Arizona

McKissock provides exams after each chapter and it has a mastery quiz section. I like the online interface and e-learning.

William L.

California

We help you make the most of your USPAP experience

Developed by The Appraisal Foundation, this official 15-Hour USPAP course goes in-depth with everything you need to know about the National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice. By the conclusion of this course, students will not only be fluent in USPAP concepts and applications, but you’ll also have demonstrated mastery of the material.

Help When You Need it

Have questions? We’re the only provider with educational specialists on-call seven days a week.

Interactive Learning Aids

Take advantage of chapter quizzes and other helpful tools to break up the text and reinforce your learning. Also, enjoy video case studies and interviews with USPAP experts who explain the latest USPAP updates and protocols.

Satisfaction Guarantee

If you’re not satisfied with your USPAP course experience, simply contact us within 30 days of purchase for a full refund of any course not completed.

Complete your USPAP Update Course as a Subscriber

This 15- Hour USPAP Course is included in our Subscription for students interested in becoming an appraiser –
as well as appraisers preparing to upgrade their license.