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IAAO 150 Mathematics for Assessors
This two-day workshop is designed to provide the student who plans on attending IAAO programs with an understanding of the mathematical concepts and techniques applied in the appraisal and assessment administration disciplines. It is designed for both the beginning student who has limited knowledge of mathematics and those students who wish to refresh their mathematical skills. Topics covered include a review of the basic mathematical functions, negative numbers, decimals, percentages, exponents, roots, mathematical notation, algebra, statistics, and graphs. This workshop includes an exam. Students will be required to provide their own HP12-C calculator for use in the class. Prerequisites: None. Recommended: None. This workshop includes an exam.
Couch, Barry Wyoming Dept of Revenue - Liquor Division, Cheyenne, WY 8/14/2017 - 8/16/2017
(8:00 AM - 1:00 PM)
15 21 30
Wyoming Ratio Studies
This workshop covers the topics of sales analysis, sampling, the development of assessment ratio studies statistical testing, and assessment regressivity and progressivity. The workshop will explore the previously mentioned topics in reference to Wyoming Department of Revenue Rules and Statutes and State Board of Equalization requirements. This workshop includes an exam.
Couch, Barry Wyoming Dept of Revenue - Liquor Division, Cheyenne, WY 8/16/2017 - 8/18/2017
(8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
18 20 30
IAAO 101 Fundamentals of Real Property Appraisal
The Fundamentals of Real Property Appraisal is designed to provide the students with an understanding and working knowledge of the procedures and techniques required to estimate the market value of vacant and improved properties. This course concentrates on the skills necessary for estimating the market value of properties using two approaches to value: the cost approach and the sales comparison approach. The Fundamentals of Real Property Appraisal utilizes lectures, classroom discussion, and homework problems to emphasize the main concepts and procedures taught in the course. Prerequisites: None. Recommended: None. This course includes an exam.
Stuart, Rick Ramada Inn, Casper, WY 8/28/2017 - 9/1/2017
(8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
30 14 30
IAAO 332 Modeling Concepts
Course 332 - Modeling Concepts introduces and explains fundamentals of mass appraisal model building. Chapter 1 explains the role of models in mass appraisal and describes basic model structures and steps in model development. Chapter 2 covers exploratory data analysis, including descriptive statistics, charts and graphs, and spatial analyses. Chapter 3 describes data transformations, which largely determine the accuracy achieve for a given database. Chapter 4 introduces multiple regression analysis, including regression statistics and options, the interpretation of results, and separation of land and building values. Chapter 5 covers the review and support of mass appraisal values and chapter 6 describes mass appraisal reporting. The course includes a large number of demonstrations and labs using Excel, which is capable of producing basic models for a limited number of variables. Follow-up courses 333 and 334 cover residential and commercial modeling, respectively, in more depth and use the powerful but user-friendly statistical package, SPSS, in labs and demonstrations. Thus this course serves as a foundation and bridge to IAAO’s two follow-up model building courses. Prerequisites: 300. Recommended: 300. This course includes an exam.
Couch, Barry Wyoming Dept of Revenue - Liquor Division, Cheyenne, WY 9/11/2017 - 9/15/2017
(8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
30 13 30
IAAO 601 Cadastral Mapping Methods & Applications
Cadastral Mapping-Methods and Applications is intended to be a continuation of the mapping science curriculum. It exposes students to aspects of protocol and legal principles that are not covered in Course 600. This course utilizes lectures, classroom discussion and exercises to emphasize the main concepts and procedures taught during the week. Prerequisites: None. Recommended: 101 and 600. This course includes an exam.
Norejko, Richard The Inn At Lander, Lander, WY 10/2/2017 - 10/6/2017
(8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
30 39 30
Wyoming Assessment Practices 2017
Topics to be covered will include: Dept. of Revenue Chapter 9 Overview, Wyoming Tax District Administration, Conservation Easements, and Preparing for a County Board of Equalization Hearing. There may be additional topics covered which are to be determined.
State of Wyoming DOR Wyoming Dept of Revenue - Liquor Division, Cheyenne, WY 10/23/2017 - 10/25/2017
(8:00 AM - 5:00 PM)
21 36 30