If you have completed at least two years of post-secondary studies* at a Canadian university, you can become a Candidate Member as you work towards obtaining your AACI or CRA designation.
A Candidate Member typically works actively in the profession, earning money as an appraiser-in-training and taking courses at the same time. If you have successfully completed at least two years of post-secondary education from a college, CÉGEP or university, you can get started on becoming a Candidate Member of AIC today!
Take these courses:
AIC 101 – Introduction to the Appraisal Profession (3-hour webinar, available online most months).
BUSI 330 – Foundations of Real Estate or equivalent (an online UBC course, available 3 times a year).
Complete the AIC Introduction to Professional Practice Seminar (ITPP):
Effective September 1, 2018, the AIC Introduction to Professional Practice Seminar must be completed prior to being accepted as a Candidate.
All Candidates who register by August 31, 2018 have until December 31, 2018 to complete their AIC Introduction to Professional Practice Seminar.
*Candidates must complete a university degree before sitting the Applied Experience written exam.
I’ve registered as a Candidate Member