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August 29, 2012

With summer winding to a close, it won’t be long before kids will be heading back to school. And whether it’s kindergarten or senior year of college, everybody — hopefully — will be learning something new.

What better time could there be to enroll in CMEA classes through the NEBB Institute? You can learn some new things too!

If you’re the classroom sort, training consists of two days of intensive instruction at convenient locations throughout the United States. You’ll have the benefit of networking with other new NEBB Institute members and learning in person from NEBBI Director, John Harris. Following successful completion of the classes, you’ll be awarded and authorized to use the prestigious professional designation of CMEA.

If you prefer online classes, you’re in luck! John Harris will instruct you online during a simultaneous conference call. All you need to do is watch your monitor, listen on the phone, and follow along in your CMEA Training Manual. NEBBI encourages active participation and interaction among everyone in attendance. Here’s a brief sneak preview of the CMEA Training Agenda:

  • The ethics, rules, and regulations of the Uniform Standards of Professional Practice (USPAP)
  • Typical reasons for appraisals
  • The intricate steps involved in conducting an appraisal
  • Locating comparables
  • NEBBI’s exclusive Appraiser’s Database
  • The engagement and data collection
  • Sample Summary Appraisal Report
  • Written review for CMEA professional certification

Once you’ve sent the kids off to a seat of higher learning, send yourself off too. You won’t regret it!

The NEBB Institute endorses and strives to observe the highest standards of professional ethics to preserve the public trust inherent in the professional appraisal practice. The Institute provides initial and monthly comprehensive education, ongoing support, and a dynamic international network, and certifies professionals in the art of machinery/equipment appraisal and brokerage.

By: NEBB Institute

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