Historic inn auctioning off antiques
Philipsburg, Centre County, Pa.
SHERMAN HOSTETTER REAPPOINTED TO STATE BOARD OF AUCTIONEERS EXAMINERS
Daniel Reeder and Paige Johnston Attain CAI Status
Established in 1975, the Certified Auctioneer Institute is the most revered professional designation an Auctioneer can acquire. Commonly referred to as CAI, the program focuses on developing the skills required to operate a successful auction firm and business.
The Certified Auctioneer Institute is an educational program completed over a three-year period (CAI I, CAI II, CAI III). Every March, Auctioneers from across the world visit Indiana University for a week of intensive training. In addition to classroom instruction, CAI students network with fellow Auctioneers and develop lasting friendships and business partnerships.
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- Understanding legal, financial and accounting principles needed to run an auction firm
- Promotional Strategies
- Negotiating Skills
<span style="font-size:10.0pt;font-family:" arial","sans-serif";="" times="" new="" roman""="">Upon completion of the required coursework and receiving their CAI designation, CAI Auctioneers must complete 24 hours of continuing education every three years to maintain their designation.