Is it states that require you to have extra tests to be an instructor?? I would imagine it's the ASB that has requirements for USPAP, but what about other type of classes. I am a class junkie. Some classes are given with zero CE and zero credit hours, then some have CE and yet others have credit hours. I know that the classes, well really they are seminars that have no CE or credit can be taught by just about anyone the institution holding said seminar deems worthy. But what about CE? Does that go by state approval to instruct? And I'm 99% positive that USPAP instructors must go through some sort of testing through the ASB. I'm only curious b/c (Now don't laugh!!!) I want to teach. No, not now!! But down the road, probably way down the road. It dawned on me today in a class that I could do that......and I want to do that!! So...I'm curious about the steps people took to become instructors. Don't worry about telling me I don't have enough experience. I am well aware that you should have YEARS behind you. Still, did you start teaching classes for non CE and build from there? Or jump right into it? And if so, how?