Category: Gems & Jewelry
Continuing Education: 27
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is required for those seeking ASA accreditation and
will also appeal to practicing gems and jewelry appraisers. It offers the
most current information regarding terminology and USPAP requirements as
well as the opportunity to network with top-level appraisers from across
the country within a small group of highly motivated learners whose interaction
will enhance one another’s understanding of the material. Most professional jewelry appraisers will find
the great majority of their assignments are reports for insurance coverage.
This course is designed to build a strong foundation and understanding
of principals of valuation as they apply to gems and jewelry appraising,
and to introduce the student to ASA descriptive guidelines for gems and
jewelry. The required sections of an appraisal report for insurance coverage
will be presented as modules with student exercises that encourage individual
thinking and allow the student to apply valuation theory to his or her
unique practice. After completing this course, students
will possess the tools and confidence necessary to write Gems and
Jewelry appraisal reports to be used for insurance coverage in compliance with
ASA and USPAP report writing requirements.
GJ202 is an advanced appraisal course that requires preparation and
prior appraisal theory education. Completion of PG201 is preferred along with
pre-study of the PP
Monographs and USPAP
. Please note that GJ202 is required for members working toward their ASA
accreditation and recommended for designated ASA members who wish to stay
current in their appraisal practices.
Practicing gems and jewelry appraisers, those pursuing a career in appraising gems and
jewelry and insurance professionals involved in gems and jewelry insurance
There is no available agenda for this
Upon completion of this course, students will be able