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Training & Education2019-06-07T16:01:46+00:00

INTRODUCTORY TRAINING COURSES

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Introduction to Auctions and Auctioneering (ONLINE NOW!)  

A101 Introduction to Auctions & Auctioneering Course Information

This self-paced online course provides an introduction to the core elements of running a successful auction event, from writing effective lot descriptions, through to setting an auction and calling the sale. This course represents the best opportunity in Australia to gain industry knowledge from experienced practitioners.

We recommend this course to young or new entrant employees of AVAA members, or for anybody wishing to gain a preliminary understanding of the auction industry.

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Introduction to Valuing Goods, Chattels, Plant and Equipment (ONLINE NOW!)  

A101 Introduction to Auctions & Auctioneering Course Information

This self-paced course is intended as an introduction to the valuation of goods & chattels, plant & equipment. This course does not deal with valuation of real estate.

This course provides basic training that can be transferred to employment in the valuation industry at an entry level.

The course materials provide a step by step and understandable guide to the valuation process.

Learning is self paced with learner support available.

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Valuation of Fine Arts & Antiques – (in development)

This self-paced course is intended as a general introduction to the valuation of fine art and antiques, collectables and specialist items. It covers a broad range of material that one might expect to encounter as a valuer, and provides basic information on important periods and styles, movements/makers, materials and cataloguing elements for each field, as well as pertinent valuation considerations, glossaries and further reading.

We recommend this course to anybody wishing to gain a preliminary understanding of the complexities involved in valuing items in this expansive field.

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