NAAA-ASA ASA Education for NAAA Appraisers

Quick Facts

Price
5,980, $2,990 payable at registration, $2,990 payable by May 5 (prior to the start of the course)

Minimum number of participants is 20.  If fewer than 20 are registered by April 1, 2019, the course will be cancelled.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
12.0

Course Length
12 days

Course Dates & Locations
May 6-17, 2019, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida

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Overview

The David B. O’Maley College of Business will offer the former NAAA aircraft appraisers a program designed to fulfil the Appraisal Foundation and International Valuation Standard requirements of 120 hours of appraisal education.  Under current agreement between ERAU and the American Society of Appraisers (ASA), the program participants that successfully complete the courses will be eligible for the ASA Accreditation.

Who Should Attend

This course is only for NAAA Appraisers.

Schedule

The courses will be offered over 12 consecutive days from May 6-17.  Each course will have 27 hours of instruction and a 3-hour exam (10 hours per day, from 8 .am. - 6 p.m.)

  1. ME201-ACS: May 6 – May 8
  2. ME202-ACS: May 9 – May 11
  3. ME203-ACS: May 12 – May 14
  4. ME204-ACS: May 15 – May 17

Overview

The Introduction to Aircraft Appraisal course ME201AS

The Introduction to Aircraft Appraisal course is ME201AS (Machinery and Equipment Aircraft Specialty). This course is designed to introduce participants to appropriate aircraft appraisal terminology, methods and concepts. The course also provides a foundation of principles of valuation and their applications to the appraisal of aircraft and aviation equipment.

The Aircraft Appraisal Aviation Specific course ME202AS

The Aircraft Appraisal Aviation Specific course, ME202AS (Machinery and Equipment Aircraft Specialty), is the second of four courses on aircraft specific appraisals.  This program builds on the fundamental principles of appraisal terminology, methods and concepts discussed in ME201AS. The course also introduces participants to basic aircraft terms, aviation concepts and application and aircraft logbooks and other records

The Advanced Topics in Aircraft Appraisals I course ME203AS

The Advanced Topics in Aircraft Appraisals course, ME203AS (Machinery and Equipment Aircraft Specialty), is the third of four courses on aircraft specific appraisals. This course builds on the fundamental principles of appraisal terminology, methods and concepts, and basic aircraft terms, aviation concepts and applications discussed in the prior two courses. The program also introduces participants to various aviation specialties including UAS, helicopters, flight simulators and aviation engines.

The Advanced Topics in Aircraft Appraisals II course, ME204AS

The Advanced Topics in Aircraft Appraisals II course, ME204AS (Machinery and Equipment Aircraft Specialty), is the final of four courses on aircraft specific. This program builds on the fundamental principles of appraisal terminology, methods and concepts, and basic aircraft terms, aviation concepts and applications discussed in the prior three courses.  ASA 204 covers report writing, defending your report, professional standards and ethics, damaged aircraft appraisals, and various approaches to appraising commercial aircraft.  

Office of Professional Programs, College of Business
Daytona Beach Campus
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, Florida 32114