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USPAP Course Completion Verification

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robert bagley

Freshman Member
May 23, 2003
Has anyone who's taken the new 7-hour USPAP update course recieved a form titled "USPAP Course Completion Verification Form"? It may sound odd, but the course provider has already had this course approved with the local board (AZ), and upon completion, you are issued a certificate of educational session completion (with state seal and all). I recently recieved the aforementioned form from the AF stating to complete the form (including license #, and SS #), sign/date and return to the local board for CE credit. I asked the board about this and they are just as confused as I am. Can anyone elaborate on the purpose of this form? :question:

USPAP Compliant

Elite Member
Jan 15, 2002
Professional Status
Certified Residential Appraiser
North Carolina
I teach USPAP 7-hour courses. There is a green form found in the front of the student manual. This form is sent to the AF by the instructor. The AF then sends a "certificate of completion" (to the student) which says to send it to your state board. Some states DO NOT WANT OR NEED the form sent in.

In North Carolina, the NCAB does not want or need the certificate because course credit is issued based on a class roster the instructor sends in.

Some states want the certificate and some issue C/E credit based on a roster or some other paperwork sent in by the instructor.

I have had lots of calls on this. Again, in NC the state board does not need the certificate...only the signed class roster from the instructor. Check with your state board for how they track C/E credit.
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