The students may take the AAS case study examination with any IAAO designee or IAAO instructor. If you do not have a designee or instructor in our area, IAAO may consider a request for taking the examination at a college or university testing facility. "If" you are seeking a person with a designation, you may access that information through the IAAO website. On the homepage in the middle of the page under the section titled "Member Links" there is a link for "Member Directory". You will need to log in and then you will be taken to a page were you can insert a designation type and their state to find a designee in your area. Applications for the exam may be found at IAAO Professional Designation: Candidacy Forms IAAO requests that they receive both applications about 3 weeks in advance of the examination date. A candidate may take the case study examination time during their candidacy but take the master examination until all educational and experience requirements are met. Below is a portion of an FAQ article—which appeared in the August 2012 issue of Fair & Equitable—advising members about upcoming educational and designaton requirement changes. Question: I have heard the requirements for the CAE and RES designations will be changing in the future. When will these changes occur and what are the changes?
Answer: Members applying for candidacy on or after January 1, 2014, must, prior to receiving the CAE designation, hold a Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university. Members applying for candidacy on or after January 1, 2014, must, prior to receiving the RES designation, hold an Associate’s degree or higher from an accredited college, junior college, community college, or university If you have questions, please contact Rick Stuart at rstuart@cox, 785.259.1379 or IAAO at: Jarron Paronto Designation Program Manager International Association of Assessing Officers 314 West 10th Street Kansas City, MO 64105 Phone: 816-701-8137 FAX: 816-701-8169