Champions Now Offers Appraisal Education Nationwide!Continuing education is not just a requirement from the Illinois Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board, it is your chance to connect with other industry professionals and learn what is happening in the industry and where the industry is headed.
Illinois appraisers are required to complete a total of 28 hours of Appraisal CE (ACE), which must include 7 hours of the National USPAP Update (or Equivalent) course must be completed by June 30 of an even-numbered year for each two-year renewal. Real estate appraisers issued a license more than 6 months after the effective date of the USPAP shall complete the 7-Hour National USPAP or its Equivalent course within 6 months after licensure.
- If a real estate appraiser was issued an initial license for less than 185 days prior to the expiration of the license, then no continuing education is required for that renewal.
- If a real estate appraiser has held a license 185 days or more prior to the expiration, but less than two years, then 14 hours of approved continuing education is required each year.
Licensees are required to renew by the expiration date of September 30, 2019 and you will be able to renew for approximately 2-3 months prior to the expiration date shown on your license. All continuing education must be completed by June 30th. If Licensing & Testing determines that licensees are deficient beginning in July, appraisers will have until September 30th to complete their CE without sanction. If CE is not completed by September 30th, they will be referred to prosecution for enforcement action.
Student may not repeat a course in the same license term. Please click here to review the licensing requirements for your Illinois Appraisal license.