COMMITTEES REQUIRED BY LEGISLATION
The Association requires a subset of its membership to act as the governing body pursuant to legislation. This governing body is referred to as the Executive Committee and it manages the property, funds and affairs of the Association.
The Registration Committee considers membership applications and assists applicants working towards their AMAA designation. This includes grading and/or reviewing mandatory requirements of the accreditation process, including Demonstration Appraisal Reports, Tools for Practicing Assessment in Alberta courses and conducting Oral Examinations.
Practice Review Committee
The Practice Review Committee evaluates/develops educational standards for the membership; monitors standards of competence for the practice of assessment; promotes the development of continuing education programs for the membership; and, advises on the practice of assessment in general.
The Discipline Committee investigates and or reviews complaints submitted on the professional conduct of any regulated member of the Alberta Assessors’ Association.
COMMITTEES REQUIRED BY ASSOCIATION FUNCTIONS
Legislative Policy Committee is a discretionary committee of the Executive Committee tasked with preparing position documents on legislative and government policy issues affecting the practice of assessment.
Marketing, Communications and Public Relations Committe is a discretionary committee of the Executive Committee established to raise awareness and maintain the good reputation of the Association, the AMAA designation, and the Assessment and Taxation professons.