7-Hour In-Person Classroom USPAP Update Course

This cycle, the topic behind your USPAP Update Course looks different. Written by industry experts and taught virtually by active appraisers, it offers unique insights to help you navigate real-life industry quandaries.
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Complete the USPAP Update Course as a member

When you enroll as a McKissock member, everything you need for the 2022-2023 National USPAP Update Course is included at no extra cost. Plus, enjoy exclusive access to professional development tools, tips, and resources other appraisers only dream of. Learn more.

Get back to class (in 2022!) with McKissock

In-person classes will reopen in 2022, but our education standards haven’t changed: You’ll never have to wonder whether your USPAP Update Courses are anything less than exceptional. Why? Because top appraisers develop and teach all course content. We pride ourselves on delivering exactly what you need, year over year, to advance your knowledge of appraisal’s latest performance and practice standards.

In-person classrooms

In 2020, McKissock temporarily closed our in-person classrooms to keep students and staff safe during the pandemic. We’re excited to announce that, in 2022, classrooms will reopen, allowing students to complete this cycle’s National USPAP Update Course in person.

Student interaction

In-person classes allow students to engage with instructors and local peers in your state, where you can ask questions about how USPAP applies in real-life valuation situations.

Supplemental course reference manual

Your course purchase includes the current edition of the USPAP book and The Appraisal Foundation’s brand new USPAP Reference Manual! This supplemental literature helps you find answers for your daily appraisal practice.

What if I already have a book?

“Instructor was engaging and kept the interaction & exchange active throughout the entire day.”

- Appraiser from Maryland

“Interesting, funny, and at times very loud, which is a good thing. Would definitely take future classes.”

- Roger L. from Washington

“Kept class involved & on toes by interaction via discussion and on-spot answers.” 

 - Appraiser from Washington