Auction school

Auction School refers to an institution or course of study that prepares one to practice auctioneering or trains one to become an auctioneer. Many U.S. states require that an individual attend an approved auction school in order to practice auctioneering within that state. Regardless of the legal requirement Auction School prepares students to practice auctioneering, conduct auctions, prepare contracts, prospecting and auction marketing. Many North American Auctions are open outcry auctions and American auction schools often teach students how to bid call in the open outcry setting. Schools teach skills including the development of an auction chant.

North American Auction Schools

*American Academy of Auctioneers
*Atlanta Academy of Auctioneers
*Auction School of Real Estate
*Bernie Pleasants School of Auctioneering
*Canadian Auction College
*Carolina Auction Academy
* [ Continental Auctioneers School]
*East Coast School Of Auctioneering
* [ Florida Auctioneer Academy]
* [ Harrisburg Area Community College]
*Hill College
*International Auction School
*Jacksonville State University
*Mendenhall School of Auctioneering
*Miami Dade College - Kendall Campus
*Midlands Technical College
* [ Missouri Auction School]
*Nashville Auction School
*North Georgia School of Auctioneering
*The Ohio Auction School
* [ Reading Area Community College]
*Reppert School of Auctioneering
*Southeastern School of Auctioneering
*Texas Auction Academy
*The Walton School of Auctioneering - Medina, OH.(
*Warren County Career Center
*Western College of Auctioneering
*World Champion College of Auctioneering (Bid Calling School only)(
* [ World Wide College of Auctioneering]
* [ Yankee School of Auctioneering]

International Auction Schools

*Fountain Auction Academy (Australia)
*South African College of Auctioneers

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