02/24/2018 USPAP 7-Hour Update

Hosted By ASA Tampa Bay Chapter

February 24, 2018 | 8:30am – 5:30pm

Early Registration | Dec.1, 2017-Feb 9, 2018
$150 Member
$175 Non-Member

Regular Registration | Feb. 10-Feb. 20, 2018
$175 Member
$225 Non-Member

Marriott Courtyard Tampa Westshore/Airport
3805 W Cypress Street,
Tampa, FL 33607

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Tampa Bay Chapter-sponsored 7-hour USPAP 2018-2019 Update Course. Accredited members are eligible for CE credit. Real property appraisers will also receive Florida CE credit. USPAP student manual is included with registration fee. All registered students are responsible for bringing electronic or paper copy of 2018-2019 USPAP Manual to class.

*Only student manual will be provided.Students are required to purchase and bring a current copy of the USPAP 2018/2019 manual in digital or hardcopy format to class.

**To purchase the electronic copy of the 2018-2019 USPAP manual, click here.


8:30am                Registration and Check In
9:00am                Morning Instruction
11:00-11:15am   Break
12:00pm              Lunch Break (Students provide their own lunch)
1:00pm                Afternoon Instruction
3:00-3:15pm       Break
5:30pm                Class Adjourns


Raymond H. Krasinski, RAA, GAA, MAI, ASA—Masters Business Administration (Finance), Colorado Tech; Graduate Certificate Applied Statistics, Penn State; 18 years Real Property Appraiser, AQB Certified Uniform Standards Instructor, Florida General Appraiser Instructor, and Florida Certified General Real Property Appraiser. Mr. Krasinski has authored several courses for real property appraisers as well as articles in the ASA Real Property Journal.


For more information, contact Jeanne L. Crepeau, ASA at (727) 599-5326 or Jeanne@Equipval.com.

CE Credits

7 CE Credits

Chapter Event Listing Request Form

Please complete the Chapter Education Request Form if your chapter would like to have your event listed above.

Special Offer

The American Society of Appraisers is now providing local chapters the special opportunity to license and offer the Society's Principles of Valuation classes for BV, MTS and ARM. Chapters looking to help their members meet current educational needs and save on travel can follow these easy steps to hosting a POV course in their city:
  1. Identify your chapter's educational needs to determine which course(s) you want to offer;
  2. Contact ASA's Education Department - expert instructors will be provided upon request;
  3. Secure onsite arrangements and promote your chapter's offering; and
  4. Host the class.
For more information contact (800) 272-8258 or education@appraisers.org.