Form APR-622-183 "Real Estate Appraiser Course Approval Application" - Washington

Form APR-622-183 is a Washington State Department of Licensing form also known as the "Real Estate Appraiser Course Approval Application". The latest edition of the form was released in June 1, 2017 and is available for digital filing.

Download a PDF version of the Form APR-622-183 down below or find it on Washington State Department of Licensing Forms website.

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Real Estate Appraiser
Course Approval Application
Real estate appraiser course providers can use this form to submit a course for approval or renewal. Complete a new
application for each course or seminar. Courses and seminars will not be approved retroactively.
Place this completed application on top of all required documentation. You can upload it as one .pdf document using our online
submission process. If you are a new course provider, email your information to us to request access and to get instructions on how
to upload. If you are unable to upload, you can mail the complete application to:
Real Estate Appraiser Program, Department of Licensing, PO Box 9021, Olympia, WA 98507-9021.
Questions? Call (360) 664-6504 or email reappraisers@dol.wa.gov.
Incomplete applications or applications submitted in multiple documents instead of one .pdf will not be processed.
Allow a minimum of 90 days for processing original applications and two weeks for renewal applications.
Original applications – For each new course, seminar, or previously approved course with substantial changes, you must
include the following with your application (preferably in this order):
1. AQB and/or IDECC approval certification (if applicable)
2. a course outline with hourly breakdown and learning objectives
3. syllabus or curriculum
4. copy of the examination and exam key
5. all required textbooks, handouts and/or presentations (such as PowerPoint)
6. other (such as USPAP instructor approval certification, resumes, etc.)
Renewal applications – For each renewal, you must enclose an AQB and/or IDECC approval certification (if applicable)
and/or a course syllabus or curriculum. Seminars (one-time events) cannot be renewed. Check as renewal below only if
there were no substantial course changes.
Application type
Original application (check all that apply):
One-time event. Date of event
Location: City and state
Ongoing event.
Substantial course changes: AP#:
Renewal application (check only if there were no substantial course changes)
AP#:
Current expiration date
Course/Seminar information
School/Provider name
Contact person
Address, City, State, ZIP code
(Area code) Telephone number
Contact email address
Course/Seminar title (including “online” if a distance course)
Classroom hours
(50 minutes of classroom instruction
equals 1 classroom hour)
Course is designed to meet classroom hours for (check all that apply)
Pre-examination (minimum of 15 hours with exam)
Continuing education (minimum of 2 hours)
Elective (minimum of 15 hours with exam) for:
Certified residential
Certified general
Course is designed for the following levels (check all that apply)
Number of examination questions
State licensed
Certified residential
Certified general
Describe instructional material
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Real Estate Appraiser
Course Approval Application
Real estate appraiser course providers can use this form to submit a course for approval or renewal. Complete a new
application for each course or seminar. Courses and seminars will not be approved retroactively.
Place this completed application on top of all required documentation. You can upload it as one .pdf document using our online
submission process. If you are a new course provider, email your information to us to request access and to get instructions on how
to upload. If you are unable to upload, you can mail the complete application to:
Real Estate Appraiser Program, Department of Licensing, PO Box 9021, Olympia, WA 98507-9021.
Questions? Call (360) 664-6504 or email reappraisers@dol.wa.gov.
Incomplete applications or applications submitted in multiple documents instead of one .pdf will not be processed.
Allow a minimum of 90 days for processing original applications and two weeks for renewal applications.
Original applications – For each new course, seminar, or previously approved course with substantial changes, you must
include the following with your application (preferably in this order):
1. AQB and/or IDECC approval certification (if applicable)
2. a course outline with hourly breakdown and learning objectives
3. syllabus or curriculum
4. copy of the examination and exam key
5. all required textbooks, handouts and/or presentations (such as PowerPoint)
6. other (such as USPAP instructor approval certification, resumes, etc.)
Renewal applications – For each renewal, you must enclose an AQB and/or IDECC approval certification (if applicable)
and/or a course syllabus or curriculum. Seminars (one-time events) cannot be renewed. Check as renewal below only if
there were no substantial course changes.
Application type
Original application (check all that apply):
One-time event. Date of event
Location: City and state
Ongoing event.
Substantial course changes: AP#:
Renewal application (check only if there were no substantial course changes)
AP#:
Current expiration date
Course/Seminar information
School/Provider name
Contact person
Address, City, State, ZIP code
(Area code) Telephone number
Contact email address
Course/Seminar title (including “online” if a distance course)
Classroom hours
(50 minutes of classroom instruction
equals 1 classroom hour)
Course is designed to meet classroom hours for (check all that apply)
Pre-examination (minimum of 15 hours with exam)
Continuing education (minimum of 2 hours)
Elective (minimum of 15 hours with exam) for:
Certified residential
Certified general
Course is designed for the following levels (check all that apply)
Number of examination questions
State licensed
Certified residential
Certified general
Describe instructional material
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Answer the following
1. A syllabus or curriculum must be included. Which have you included? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Syllabus
Curriculum
2. Does the course meet the requirements of the Appraisal Qualification Board? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Yes
No
If “Yes,” include AQB approval.
3. Is this a distance learning course? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Yes
No
If “Yes,” an IDECC approval certificate must be included.
4. If this is a renewal, has there been any substantial course changes made since the last application? . .
Yes
No
I certify under penalty of perjury under the laws of the state of Washington that the foregoing is true and correct.
X
When you have completed this form, please print it out and sign here.
Date and place signed
School administrator signature
International Distance Education Certification (IDECC) approval
Each individual course provider offering distance-learning courses is required to have their own course delivery methods
approved by the IDECC.
Course/Seminar content guidelines
• Continuing education must be directly related to real estate appraising or related topics.
• Must contribute to maintaining or increasing the knowledge, skills, and competence of real estate appraisers in
performing real estate appraisals in a manner that best serves the public interest.
• Electives must be a minimum of 15 hours and include an examination.
• Education topics must be applicable to the licensure levels checked above.
Courses/Seminars are not acceptable if they:
• present information so basic that the stated goal of continuing education will not be satisfied by the course.
• merely contribute to the appraiser's personal development rather than to their ability to perform real estate appraisals.
• contribute only generally to the appraiser's knowledge of the business field rather than specifically to operating an
appraisal business.
• are preexamination review or examination preparation courses/seminars.
WAC 308-125-050; -090; -100
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