FAQs: Appraisal Post Completion/Continuing Education

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Am I required to take my appraisal continuing education in a classroom? Or are there other delivery methods/formats that are acceptible for completing my appraisal continuing education requirements?

You have several options for completing your continuing education with McKissock. We offer individual courses in mulitple formats: Instructor-led Onsite (classroom), Instructor-led Livestream (temporary live classroom via zoom), Instructor-led Webinar, and self-paced online courses.

At the top of the page you will see

  • Membership (BEST VALUE) which allows you to take your classes in any format you want: instructor-led Onsite/Classroom, Instructor-led Webinar (except FL), Instructor-led LiveStream (approved as a test during COVID-19) or self-paced online course.
  • Packages – both renewal and elective – which allows you to take your classes in a self-paced online classes that are pre-chosen and packaged.
  • Below packages are individual courses – also available in multiple formats: instructor-led Onsite/Classroom, Instructor-led Webinar (except FL), Instructor-led LiveStream (approved as a test during COVID-19) or self-paced online course.

Click on the state name in the table below to be redirected to the state sell page for your state. 

Alabama Guam Massachusetts New York Tennessee
Alaska Hawaii Michigan North Carolina Texas
Arizona Idaho Minnesota North Dakota Utah
Arkansas Illinois Mississippi Ohio Vermont
California Indiana Missouri Oklahoma Virgin Islands
Colorado Iowa Montana Oregon Virginia
Connecticut Kansas Nebraska Pennsylvania Washington
Delaware Kentucky Nevada Puerto Rico West Virginia
District of Columbia Louisiana New Hampshire Rhode Island Wisconsin
Florida Maine New Jersey South Carolina Wyoming
Georgia Maryland New Mexico South Dakota  

There are 6 states that require that a portion of the required continuing education hours be taken in a classroom setting.  The list is as follows:

  • Alaska – allows 14 of the 28 hours required to be taken online.
  • Arkansas – allows all 21 elective hours to be taken online.  USPAP must be taken in a classroom.
  • Delaware – allows 14 of the 28 hours required to be taken online.
  • New Hampshire – allows 14 of the 28 hours required to be taken online.
  • Oklahoma – allows 21 of the 42 hours required to be taken online.
  • Tennessee – allows 14 of the 28 hours required to be taken online.

 

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