The Appraisal Institute of Canada offers membership in a number of different categories, each with its own unique requirements and benefits. From designated to associate, we offer membership to a wide range of individuals based on their position and role in the appraisal profession in Canada.
Designation is our highest level of membership and is only granted to those individuals who have completed AIC's rigorous Program of Professional Studies in addition to other curriculum, experience and examination requirements. For additional information, see Designated Membership in this section of the web site.
Candidate membership is given to those individuals who have met minimum entrance requirements and who are committed to proceeding through all of AIC's education, experience and examination requirements to become fully designated members of the Institute. For more information, see Candidate Membership in this section of the web site.
Student membership is designed to assist students in planning a challenging career in a multidisciplinary profession where opportunities are limited only by their imagination and ambition. Student members of AIC may be individuals who are working in the real property sector and pursuing a course of studies leading to candidacy for one of AIC’s prestigious designations. For more information, see Student Membership in this section of the web site.
Associate membership is designed for individuals whose professional interests are served by access to information concerning real property valuation and who are not eligible for other active or retired membership categories. For more information, see Associate Membership in this section of the web site.
Last updated October 11, 2008