IIJA Personal Property Appraisal Course
This course was designed, written and produced by a team of insurance industry professionals in the fields of insurance adjusting, underwriting, claims litigation and other professionally licensed insurance fields. This course has been designed to provide you with an inside look at the insurance perspective of personal property appraisal, in addition to appraisal requirements in other areas outside the scope of insurance coverage and replacement. This course will lay the foundation for you to continue your study with the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers and other professional organizations that we support and who support the IIJA.
Please read the IIJA Student Registration Contract before beginning this course. By your registration and payment for this course, you are agreeing to the IIJA Student Registration Contract.
Successful completion of this course will provide you with information regarding how to establish a successful jewelry appraisal business. Included are topics such as your legal responsibilities, how to set up your office, how to format your appraisal document and even how to deal with the insurance agent and adjuster, as well as other professionals such as lawyers and investigators in other areas of appraisal as listed below.
Course Number: IIJA107
Program: Registered Gemologist Appraiser
Certificate of Completion: Yes
Subjects Covered in this Course:
- Legal Responsibilities
- Establishing Your Appraisal Service
- Professional Fees
- Understanding the Insurance Policy
- Appraisal / USPAP
- Replacement Appraisals
- Estate and Probate
- Divorce Appraisal
- Donation / IRS Appraisal
- Hypothetical Appraisals
- Mediation, Arbitration, and More
- Office Security
- Final Exam