Board of Appeal and Equalization Training
Online Training for Voting Board Members
By law, at least one voting member of every Board of Appeal and Equalization must have taken the training within four years. We strongly encourage all board members to take this training.
Training must be completed by February 1 of the year in which the board member will hear appeals. If you're a voting member, submit the reporting form found at the end of the training. We will receive notification and update the list of trained members on our website.
Note: Training taken after February 1 will not qualify for that year's board meetings, even if completed before the meetings.
The training is a self-paced online course. It contains audio with optional closed captioning. The training covers:
- Purpose of the Board
- Role of the Board in the Assessment Process
- Best Practices Recommendations
- Quorum Requirements
- Explanations of Alternative Methods of Appeal
Prepare for the Training
- Allow 45 minutes to complete the training. Your progress will not be saved if you do not finish.
- Review the instructions.
- You may pause as needed.
- Do not close your browser. You must start the training over if your browser closes.
- Download the Board of Appeal and Equalization Training Handbook to assist you while taking the course, or for review after completion.
Complete the Training
We recommend you use either Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge browsers. If you're having issues accessing the training, check your Pop-up Blocker Settings.
Note: Under state law, training taken after February 1 does not qualify for this year's board meetings, even if completed before the meetings.
- Watch and complete the video Board of Appeal and Equalization training. Start the training (opens in new window).
- If you are a voting board member, fill out and submit the form at the end of the training to report you have completed the course. Non-voting members may still take the training, but should not report completion to the department.
- You will receive email confirmation for your records. If you do not receive the email confirmation, contact the Property Tax Division.