Unitary Appraisal School
January 28 - February 2, 2024
Utah State University in Logan, Utah
The school's objective is to teach the appraisal concepts, methods, and theories recommended in the WSATA appraisal handbook. Members of the WSATA-CCAP developed the school because no other educational program provides this training for employees of state and local assessment jurisdictions. The school is annual and offers three separate courses: one for beginning appraisers and two for advanced appraisers.
Who Should Attend
The school is intended to meet the needs of WSATA member states who make unitary appraisals of public utilities and railroads. However, if space is available, students from outside WSATA jurisdictions will be welcome to apply. A basic knowledge of primary appraisal principles is very helpful, but not required.
The courses provide participants with the administrative framework and technical skills to effectively work in the area of unitary valuation. Course sizes are limited to encourage student participation and discussion.
Students attending Course 100 at our Unitary Appraisal School will receive a copy of the Handbook.
The courses are developed and taught by senior-level analysts and administrators from both state assessment agencies and private industry, as well as university faculty.
About the Location
Utah State University is a 90-minute drive from Salt Lake International Airport.
Winter temperatures in Logan are cold, so please plan to dress accordingly. Conference dress is casual.
Meals are included and served both on and off campus, transportation to off campus meals included.