North Carolina Appraisers:
Learn from the appraisal experts

BrightPath has joined McKissock to bring you North Carolina appraisal courses for every stage of your career.

North Carolina Appraisal Classes

McKissock and Brightpath deliver quality education for budding appraisers, seasoned veterans, and anyone in between. Here’s what you’ll experience at Mckissock:

24/7 access to North Carolina appraisal courses, taken online at your own pace

Livestream or in-person classes (taught by your favorite instructors, Mel Black and Pat Kelly!)

Courses developed and taught by expert appraisers

Membership options and professional development resources

Become an Appraiser

Appraisal Trainee courses are available via livestream and our self-paced online classes.

Learn live and online through our livestream webinars, where you can engage in real-time with your instructor and other students.

Or learn online at your own pace, with the ability to stop and start when you want.

Become Licensed or Certified

We have all the classes you need to upgrade from the Trainee status to Licensed Residential or Certified Residential.

All classes meet the Appraiser Qualifications Board’s requirements and are approved by the North Carolina Appraisal Board.

Continue your education

Complete your CE in one of three ways: via single courses, course packages, or through an Unlimited Learning Membership.

McKissock has the most Continuing Education courses of any provider in the profession.

We offer self-paced classes, LiveStream online classes, and in-person classes in North Carolina.

In person classes across North Carolina

Renowned instructor Mel Black is teaching in-person, instructor-led appraisal CE classes across North Carolina. We have limited number of classes in a limited number of locations, so lock your seat in now! Click below for the schedule.

For more information about our relationship with McKissock, course schedule, course registrations, USPAP books, and more, call us at 1-800-268-6180.

All classes approved by the North Carolina Appraisal Board.