Do not hesitate! It is time to sign up for one of the best and most informative Machinery and Technical valuing courses held in Australia.

ASA-Accredited Valuers provide the best valuation expertise in the market place in every appraisal discipline because ASA-Accredited Valuers bring experience and knowledge of the profession and a solid reputation to the job. ASA members are widely recognized experts. Many are pioneers in their fields.

Who has participated in American Society of Appraisers Education in Australia?

  • Finance companies
  • P & E Valuers
  • Many independent business owners from various industries
  • Explore Machinery and Equipment Appraisal with ASA

The dates for our next round of courses are:

ME201 – Introduction to Machinery and Equipment Valuation

October 8 – 10, 2018 | Melbourne, Victoria

This class will introduce students to machinery and technical specialties appraisal terminology and concepts. Discussion will include the three approaches to value, basic appraisal theory, and understanding the concepts within ASA’s Code of Ethics. Purposes of appraisals, global standards and field inspection techniques will also be topics of conversation.

*Students are provided a current student manual.

Level: Intermediate | CE: 27 hrs | Format: Classroom Group Live

ME202 – Machinery and Equipment Valuations: Methodology

October 11 – 13, 2018 | Melbourne, Victoria

The objective of this course is to explore in depth the ideas introduced in ME201 and provide students with a better understanding of the types of value commonly used in the appraisal of machinery and equipment. ME202 addresses the issues of price vs. value, indirect costs, use of and development of indexes, age-life concepts and much more.

*Students are provided a current student manual.

Level: Intermediate | CE 27 hrs | Format: Classroom Group Live

ME203 – Advanced Topics & Case Studies

February 4 – 7, 2019 | Melbourne, Victoria

ME203 will introduce the student to more advanced concepts and techniques than those taught in ME201 and ME202. A review of case studies illustrating a range of operating entities will be employed. This course will also explore exponential pricing techniques, cost estimation, reproduction vs. replacement costs, quantifying functional obsolescence, and more.

*Students are provided a current student manual.

Level: Intermediate | CE: 30 | Format: Classroom Group Live

ME204 – Advanced Topics & Report Writing

May 20 – 24, 2019 | Melbourne, Victoria

The objective of this course is to apply all the knowledge gained in the previous courses to the valuing of facilities and the completion of a professional appraisal report. ME204 also provides a comprehensive review of the concepts studied in ME201-203.

*Students are provided a current student manual.

Level: Intermediate | CE: 30 | Course: Classroom Group Live

SE100 : 15-Hour USPAP Course – Are you USPAP Compliant? Are you aware of the changes?

Stay Up to Date on What’s New in USPAP 2018-2019.

February 8 – 9, 2019 | Melbourne, Victoria

This course will familiarize students with the recognized standards governing professional appraisals. This 15-Hour National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) Course is approved by the Appraisal Standards Board of the Appraisal Foundation and is designed specifically for business valuation appraisers.

*Students are provided a current USPAP book and student manual.

Level: Fundamental | CE: 15 | Format: Classroom Group Live


Registration Fee $8,700.00 (GST inc)

Deposit of $2,000.00 due by July 20, 2018

Balance of Registration fee of $6,700.00 due by August 31, 2018

(Payment can be made in full if so desired)

Registration Form

Accommodation Information

PLEASE NOTE: Delegates are to arrange own accommodation and travel upon confirmation that the ASA Education Program will go ahead. Delivery of the program is reliant upon the registration of a minimum number of delegates.