Assessment Certification & Education Program
The Division of Property Assessments (DPA) administers the Assessment Certification and Education Program on behalf of the State Board of Equalization (SBE), providing educational opportunities in the field of property tax assessments and recognition of accumulated training and experience for property tax professionals.
Assessment training through the program is available to any person demonstrating the potential and commitment to learn. Participation in the education program does not entitle the applicant to participate in the assessment certification program.
The assessment certification portion of the program is reserved for the assessment staff of Tennessee state, county and municipal government agencies with property tax assessment responsibilities.
If you are interested in participating in the education program, look at the 2016 Training Calendar for specific information. If you wish to register for a course or workshop, complete the 2016 Registration Form and return it to the address given.
If you are interested in information on the certification program, look at the Rules of the Tennessee State Board of Equalization Chapter 0600-4 Assessment Certification and Education Program. If you are interested in participating in the certification program, complete the Application for Assessment Level Certification and return it to Cristi Moore (address below).
If you wish to take part in the Taxpayer Agent Registration Program visit the State Board of Equalization web site.
Division of Property Assessments, Training Section
Cristi Moore, Education & Training Coordinator
505 Deaderick Street
Suite 1400, James K. Polk State Office Building
Nashville, TN 37243-1402
Phone (615) 401-7774
Fax (615) 741-3888
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