Continuing Education (CE) Classes
Champions Now Offers Real Estate Appraiser Continuing Education (CE) in Wisconsin!
Wisconsin appraisers are required to complete a total of 28 hours of Appraisal CE (ACE) every 2 years. These hours must include the required 7 hours of National USPAP Update. Students may not repeat a course in the same license term. Please click here to review the licensing requirements for your Wisconsin Appraisal license.
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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 Wisconsin. 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 Self-Paced Online Renewal Program
- 7-Hour National USPAP Update
- 7-Hour Green Building Concepts for Appraisers
- 7-Hour Residential Property Inspection for Appraisers
- 4-Hour Residential Property Measurement and ANSI Z765
- 3-Hour Best Practices for Completing Bifurcated and Hybrid Appraisals
- Online courses are taken via a 3rd-party provider
- Online courses do NOT utilize textbooks.
- 28 TALCB Credit Hours
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The following Appraisal CE courses are approved and available to students looking to renew an Appraisal license in Wisconsin. For additional information on each course, click the title to view the course description.
2022-2023 7-Hour National USPAP Update Course7 CE Credit Hours (TALCB)
An overview of the 2022-2023 updates to the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.
The core of this course focuses on the 2022-2023 Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice updates as set forth by the Appraisal Standards Board of The Appraisal Foundation. Also included are issues that appraisers face in their daily appraisal assignments, as well as common USPAP violations.