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NEBBI Training Addresses Your Learning Style

September 10, 2014

NEBBlogoPeople learn best in different ways — some people enjoy lectures and others enjoy reading. Some like self-directed study while others prefer collaborating with a group. No matter your preferred method of learning, the NEBBI’s CMEA training works to suit your unique learning style.

If in-person instruction is your thing, you can attend one of our classes, during which you can expect two days of intensive instruction at convenient locations throughout the United States from NEBBI. This method of instruction also allows you to network with other new NEBB Institute members. When the class ends, you’ll have the CMEA professional designation.

If you prefer classes in the convenience of your own home, the NEBBI offers online classes. These are conducted via conference call with other new NEBBI members. All you have to do is watch your computer monitor, listen to the instructor, and follow the lesson in your CMEA Training Manual. Active participation is expected from trainees.

No matter which method you choose, you can expect to learn a set of basic skills. These include:

  •        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

Join us for our next training session!

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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