(a) Experience as a faculty member of an institution of higher education that is
approved to grant degrees.
(b) A state licensed, certified residential, or certified general appraiser with 3 years
of appraisal experience.
(c) Other experience acceptable to the sponsor for courses other than prelicensure
(4) Instructors of USPAP shall have complied with the AQB instructor certification
program as required by the real property AQB criteria.
History: 1996 AACS; 2002 AACS; 2004 AACS; 2007 AACS; 2021 MR 10, Eff. May 18, 2021.
R 339.23311 Courses, activities not acceptable for prelicensure or continuing
Rule 311. The department shall not approve a prelicensure or continuing education
course or activity, nor shall it grant credit to a licensee for the USPAP course for any of
(a) Courses that do not provide student or licensee access to an instructor during the
(b) Courses that deal with employment-related topics including explanations of
rights, benefits, and responsibilities; organizational structure; and on-the-job methods,
processes, or procedures.
(c) Membership in or service in an office, or on a committee of a professional,
occupational, trade, or industry society or organization.
(d) Conferences, delegate assemblies, or similar meetings of professional
organizations for policy-making purposes.
(e) Meetings and conventions of societies and associations; however, educational
activities that are provided independently by an approved course sponsor and that are
held concurrently with a meeting or convention of societies or associations may be given
(f) Attendance at lecture series, cultural performances, entertainment, or recreational
meetings or activities, or participation in travel groups, unless these activities are an
integral part of a course that is approved pursuant to these rules.
(g) On-the-job training, apprenticeships, and other work experiences.
(h) Courses in sales promotion, motivation, marketing, psychology, time
management, mechanical office, or business skills, including typing, speed-reading, or
the use of office machines or equipment other than calculators or computers.
History: 1996 AACS; 2002 AACS; 2006 AACS; 2007 AACS; 2021 MR 10, Eff. May 18, 2021.
R 339.23313 Misleading information.
Rule 313. A person, including a sponsor, shall not provide misleading information
about courses or any component of a course. Information is misleading when, taken as a
whole, there is a probability that it deceives the class of persons that it is intended to
influence. A sponsor shall not represent that the department's approval of a course is a
recommendation or endorsement of the sponsor or the content of the course.