California Appraiser
Continuing Education (CE) Classes

Champions Now Offers Real Estate Appraiser Continuing Education (CE) in California!

Effective January 1, 2020, the bureau will now issue an upgraded license for two (2) years and restart the Continuing Education (CE) Cycle. In order to upgrade a credential, additional education requirements will be required to verify compliance with state and federal laws and regulations.

See requirements below:
Applicants will be required to show proof that they have completed the seven (7) hour Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) update course (or its equivalent) within the past two (2) calendar years (i.e. same year application to upgrade was received or the prior calendar year). Applicants will be required to show proof that they have completed the four (4) hour California state and federal laws course within the last four (4) years of the application received date. Please click here to review the licensing requirements for your California Appraisal license as well as how to contact the state's governing agency.

The following courses are offered under Provider #10601

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Appraiser License Renewal Programs
Choose a Program to Enroll

The following Appraisal CE programs are approved and available to students looking to renew an Appraisal license in California. Depending on state approvals and licensing requirements, some programs may not be all inclusive. Please read each program description for additional information before purchasing.

28-Hour
California CE Renewal Program

$459
This Package Includes:
  • 2020-2021 7-Hour Equivalent USPAP Update Course
  • Appraising Small Residential Income Properties
  • Defensible Appraising
  • Green in Residences and Appraisals
  • 28 Credit Hours
Satisfies 28-hours of the required 56-hours of CE in California

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