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  339.530.  Continuing education requirements for renewal or accepted other studies and projects. — 1.  As a prerequisite of renewal of certification or licensure, a state-certified real estate appraiser or state-licensed real estate appraiser shall present evidence satisfactory to the commission of having met the continuing education requirements as provided in this section.  The basic continuing education requirements for renewal of certification or licensure shall be the completion by the state-certified real estate appraiser or state-licensed real estate appraiser, during the immediately preceding term of certification or licensure, of continuing education as prescribed by the appraiser qualifications board and approved by the commission.

  2.  In lieu of meeting the requirements of subsection 1 of this section, an applicant for renewal of certification or licensure may satisfy all or part of the requirements of this section by presenting evidence of the following:

  (1)  Completion of courses of study determined by the commission to be equivalent, for continuing education purposes, to courses approved by the commission pursuant to subsection 1 of this section;

  (2)  Participation, other than as a student, in educational processes and programs in real property appraisal theory, practices, or techniques, including, but not limited to, teaching, program development, and preparation of textbooks, monographs, articles, and other instructional materials, all to be approved by the commission.

  3.  The commission shall adopt regulations for implementation of the provisions of this section to assure that state-certified real estate appraisers renewing their certifications and state-licensed real estate appraisers renewing their licenses have current knowledge of real property appraisal theories, practices, and techniques which will provide a high degree of service and protection to those members of the public with whom they deal in a professional relationship under authority of the certification or licensure.  Such regulations shall prescribe the following:

  (1)  Policies and procedures for obtaining commission approval of courses of instruction pursuant to this section;

  (2)  Standards, policies, and procedures to be applied by the commission in evaluating an applicant's claims of equivalency pursuant to this section;

  (3)  Standards, monitoring methods, and systems for recording attendance to be employed by course sponsors as a prerequisite to commission approval of courses for credit.

  4.  In adopting regulations pursuant to this section, the commission shall give favorable consideration to courses of instruction, seminars, and other real property appraisal education courses or programs previously or hereafter developed by or under the auspices of professional appraisal organizations and utilized by those associations for purposes of designation, certification, licensure, recertification or relicensure of the members of the association.

  5.  No amendment or repeal of a regulation adopted by the commission pursuant to this section shall operate to deprive a state-certified real estate appraiser or state-licensed real estate appraiser of credit toward renewal of certification or licensure for any course of instruction completed prior to the amendment or repeal of the regulation, if the course would have qualified for continuing education credit under the regulation as it existed prior to the repeal or amendment.


(L. 1990 H.B. 1456 § 17, A.L. 1998 H.B. 1601, et al.)

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