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How to get 7 CEU's in One Day!

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Feb 22, 2002
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Dave Gill here, Training and Solutions Manager for Day One (a division of Appraisal.com). I want to give a heartfelt "Thank You!" to all of the appraisers who have responded since I first posted about Day One seminars.

Can you believe it is July already? Last month I held classes with great appraisers in Baltimore, Florida, Phoenix, and Southern California. This summer I'll travel all over the country, from Boston to Houston and from Seattle to Atlanta, teaching new (and well seasoned) appraisers the fundamentals of Day One's NOVA software. We will cover critical appraisal technology topics like how to use digital signatures, sketches, flood maps, EDI, and more. We'll also discuss timesaving short cuts and techniques to help you produce and deliver appraisals with shorter turn times and less effort.

Many of my single day seminars also credit you 7 Continuing Education Units. We have classes scheduled at training centers all across the U.S. where each student receives hands-on training in front of a PC. For a complete list of dates, locations, and more information, follow this link: http://www.day1.com/training.

You can always call our training department at 1.800.GET.DAY1 x22 (that's 1.800.438.3291). Any of our Account Executives can help you. I can be reached at that same number, extension 114 or by email at [email protected].

Thank you for your time. Have a GREAT DAY!

David Gill

By the way, did you know that Appraisal.com has pumped over $3 million into improving Day One's customer service, products, and technical support? If you are a former Day One user, take another look - it's a whole different company today than it was just two years ago.
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