Act 28 and USPAP

Act 28 and USPAP

Act 28 and USPAP - Virtual Classes
May 18 and 19, 2023

As part of the CPE license renewal, each licensee is required to take both the Act 28 of1992 class along with the Seven Hour National USPAP Update class with an AQB-certified instructor. 

With the recertification cycle ending on June 30, 2023, the AAP is pleased to offer any CPE needing either one of these two classes the opportunity to take them virtually. 

Please see the class information and registration instructions below.

Act 28 of 1992
May 18 - 9 to 11 a.m.

This session is the Act 28 of 1992, Assessors Certification Law course, required for assessors during each recertification cycle. 

Instructor: Charles “JR” Lawrence, CPE, Chief Assessor, Lawrence County

Class Registration: The registration fee for the class is $35 per student for members and $50 for non members. Please click on the link to register

Downloading Class Materials: Please download Act 28 and Title 49 prior to the class. 

7-Hour AQB National USPAP Update Course 
May 19 – 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The USPAP course was developed to promote and maintain a high level of public trust in appraisal practice. The course aims to ensure that CPEs understand USPAP, the changes to USPAP, and how to use the USPAP publication to solve problems. 

Instructor: Jason Frost, CAE, Chief Deputy of Real Estate, Stark County, Ohio and AQB-certified Instructor

Class Registration: The registration fee for the class is $100 per student for members and $150 for non members; this fee does not include the class materials. Student must order their own copies of the required materials. Please clink on the link to register.

Purchasing USPAP Class Materials: Each student will need to purchase their own copies of the 2020-21 USPAP book and the NEW 2022-23 7-Hour National USPAP Update Student Manual (published in November of 2022). 

Please visit The Appraisal Foundation website as soon as possible to be sure you receive the books before the class on May 19.

If you any registration questions, please contact Lori Lawyer at

Virtual Learning Guidelines: The AAP requires that each student be on camera for the entirety of the instruction time for each class and have the ability to see and communicate with the instructor during class.
AAP Code of Conduct: All virtual students must adhere to the AAP’s Code of Conduct. Please remember that by registering for these classes, you are agreeing to adhere to the code.
Class Certificates: Certificates for both classes will be emailed to participants the week of May 22.