Valuation Expo was started on three founding principles -- Learn, Network, and Prosper. Throughout the years, these principles have remained a guiding force for the conference. But what do these items mean to you? We are taking an in depth look here at the education component to show you how to leverage your Valuation Expo experience.
One of the most important things for independent appraisers is education. Keeping up with the latest information is crucial to staying a step ahead of your competition. Valuation Expo offers multiple ways to increase your knowledge base with engaging topics and extraordinary speakers. If you've never been to Valuation Expo, it's difficult to explain what you are missing. This is not the typical one instructor at the front of the room, it's multiple panels with multiple national speakers. This allows us to give you various points of view on these topics. Hear what a lender, an appraiser, an AMC and a state regulator all have to say on a particular topic. It broadens the conversation. We design the 14 hours during the conference to reach every aspect of the valuation industry. This year's panels include regulatory compliance, alternative valuation, our valuation visionary panel, and our keynote speaker panel stacked with policy makers.
If that wasn't enough for you, we are also be offering a free USPAP class sponsored by ACI. Earn an extra 7 continuing education credits with this 2014-2015 USPAP class presented by Rich Heyn and Dawn Molitor-Gennrich. The only additional cost for the USPAP course is the books required for the course.
Enjoy groundbreaking education while earning the continuing education credits you need for your State. Join us in Las Vegas and participate in all of this exciting continuing education. You will soon find out why Learn is one of the founding principles in which Valuation Expo is built on.
There is still time to join, if you haven't registered yet go to www.valuationexpo.com/register. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Karen Connolly at (513) 490-0226, with any continuing education questions you may have or if you need assistance signing up.
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