Monday, March 21, 2016

What's New in ISA Education?


http://www.isa-appraisers.org/education/the-path-forwardAs we near Assets 2016, and its many offerings for networking and education, it's important to once again ask yourself: Where am I currently on the ISA Credentialing Pathway?

Open to members and nonmembers alike, ISA's professional development and certification courses come in an array of course formats—on-site sessions, the Online Learning Center, webinars, and Distance Education—all of which are designed to make advancing your industry-related knowledge as easy as possible. Whether you’re just beginning your credentialing process in personal property appraising or you simply need a refresher, the Credentialing Pathway offers a wide variety of professional development and certification courses throughout the year.

What’s new in 2016 ISA education?

Below is our upcoming courses over the next few months. View the full 2016 course offering on the ISA website.

Montreal
May 915
Core Course in Appraisal Studies
Instructors: Kathryn Minard, ISA CAPP, and Leon Castner, ISA CAPP
Montreal, Québec

May 1617
15 Hour Personal Property USPAP Course
Instructor: Leon Castner, ISA CAPP
Montreal, Québec

May 30June 5
Appraisal of Fine Art Course
Instructors: Kathryn Minard, ISA CAPP, and Richard Casagrande, ISA CAPP
Arts and Letters Club, Toronto

Jun 6–12
Toronto
Antiques and Residential Contents Course
Instructor: Mickey Logan, ISA CAPP
Arts and Letters Club, Toronto

Jun 13–15
Modernism: Prints, Photographs, and Multiples
Instructor: Meredith Meuwly, ISA CAPP
Naperville, Ill.

Jun 1517
Modernism: Design, Furniture, and Decorative Arts
Instructor: Valerie Hale, ISA CAPP
Naperville, Ill.

With Assets 2016 on the horizon, we encourage you to seek out educational opportunities, share information and resources with your industry peers and fellow Assets attendees, and continue down that ever-rewarding Credentialing Pathway.

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