Four Conference and Show courses meet Auctioneer continuing education licensing requirements for most states

The National Auctioneers Association again plans to offer four state-approved continuing education courses during Conference and Show on July 18-21.

For 2012, the Nashville Auction School, Tullahoma, Tenn., has developed the courses.

The school’s Executive Director, Rhessa Orr, says the Nashville Auction School based some of its content development off of “Give Me Five, Now Ten … Years Into the Future,” a white paper produced by the NAA’s Council on Future Practices.

Orr says the school is focusing its courses on helping Auctioneers remain competitive in a marketplace that has tech-savvy clients or customers that have needs outside of traditional auction models.

The courses are as follows:

July 18
“Federal & State Regulations: What You Can & What You Can’t”
(Three hours of continuing education credit)

July 19
“Internet Auctions: Trends & Technology”
(Three hours of continuing education credit)

July 20
“Business Liquidations”
(Three hours of continuing education credit)

July 21
“Ethics”
(Three hours of continuing education credit)

Get complete details in Auctioneer magazine, or check out www.conferenceandshow.com.

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