The four-part series of ASA courses are designed for prospective personal property appraisers. The classes focus upon valuation theory and methods that are common to many areas of expertise. These classes are of interest not only to those working with antiques and design but also fine art, vintage automobiles, books & manuscripts, oriental carpets and more. The Principles of Valuation course of study offers instruction about valuation as well as an opportunity to meet and collaborate with appraisers from many fields.
“ASA courses in personal property valuation support the goal of offering professionals the knowledge they need to advance their careers and broaden their skills,” says Sandra J. Tropper, ASA. “We are delighted to begin ASA appraisal studies classes at the E. 70th Street campus of NYSID’s Institute for Continuing & Professional Studies.”
Tropper, who is the current education chair for the Society’s personal property discipline, says: “We look forward to working with NYSID to help prospective and current appraisers meet increasingly rigorous IRS qualification standards.”
The NYSID spring 2014 schedule offers the first of four intensive classes to be held April 10-13, 2014.
To register or for more information visit NYSID online at http://nysid.edu/
American Society of Appraisers
The American Society of Appraisers is a world renowned and respected international organization devoted to the appraisal profession. As the oldest and only major appraisal organization representing all appraisal specialists, ASA is devoted to providing the highest possible standards in all areas of ethics, professionalism, education and designation criteria. For more information about the American Society of Appraisers, the ASA designation program for appraisers or the Society’s free “Find an Appraiser” Referral System, visit www.appraisers.org or call (800) 272-8258.