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AQB Certified USPAP Instructor-not Reneing Certification

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Don Clark

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After teaching USPAP since I receivd my first copy by Fax prior to required licensure, and # 51st applicant when the AQB required testing & certification, it is time to tke down the shingle when my current certification expires. I am 81, in poor health, and can no longer find a good reason to renew. That doesnot mean that I will not continue to be a student of USPAP, I will just not bill my self as an "Expert". I will continue to study USPAP, comment on it, and do my best tocomply with it. "Time marches on".(y)
 

Eli

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After teaching USPAP since I receivd my first copy by Fax prior to required licensure, and # 51st applicant when the AQB required testing & certification, it is time to tke down the shingle when my current certification expires. I am 81, in poor health, and can no longer find a good reason to renew. That doesnot mean that I will not continue to be a student of USPAP, I will just not bill my self as an "Expert". I will continue to study USPAP, comment on it, and do my best tocomply with it. "Time marches on".(y)

You have been a blessing to me. Don’t stop being a blessing.
 

Terrel L. Shields

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I'd push the like button, but Don, having interacted with you for nigh 20 years here and NAIFA site, there is nothing to "like" about this getting older stuff except it beats not getting older.
 

hastalavista

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...I will just not bill my self as an "Expert".

I don't see why you should stop being an expert?

I have great respect for USPAP instructors. But I am of the opinion that one can be a student (and become an expert) of the USPAP without having the certification to teach the USPAP class.

Taking down the "instructor" shingle doesn't mean you have to take down the "expert" shingle.
 
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