AAOM is an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan, member based association. Composed of real property assessors, our mission is to promote property assessment as a professional calling in the province of Manitoba.
More than 100 accredited and regular members live and work in the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta.
Many AAOM members are public servants employed by government agencies including the Province of Manitoba, and the City of Winnipeg.
Other members are self-employed or work for private firms in fields related to real property appraisal or other land use disciplines.
A brilliant assessment community is fostered by promoting assessment equity, professional integrity and continuous learning. AAOM serves to protect the integrity and to enhance the reputation of the assessment profession.
Our services include voluntary re-certification, publications, professional networking opportunities, continuing education programs, and advocacy.
AAOM believes that accreditation is the best process to assure our professional colleagues, academic communities, and the public that accredited assessors are competent and meet rigorous professional standards.
Our accreditation requirements address modern standards and aims of mass appraisal and real property assessment. These requirements make sure that our members meet the unique needs, and challenges of mass appraisal.
AAOM facilitates a supportive environment for members to reach their education goals and encourages professional improvement through continuous learning and recertification.
The association fosters excellence by continuous review of the principles and guidelines that define professional effectiveness in real property assessment.
Our organization is dedicated to upholding valuation principles and to preserving independence, integrity, and freedom from bias in valuation and property assessment.
Assessment professionals support AAOM because they trust us to be good stewards of their resources, to uphold rigorous standards of conduct and to serve as a catalyst for excellence in the assessment profession.
Professional practice is the responsibility of all members of our association: Executive Board members, committee members, volunteers, staff and the general membership demonstrate their ongoing commitment to the core values of integrity, honesty, fairness, openness, respect and responsibility.
For matters of valuation and assessment administration, members are guided by the following:
The governing body of AAOM is the Executive Council.
A total of nine Executive Council members are elected by AAOM members at the Annual General Meeting. There are four officer positions: President, Vice President, Secretary-Treasurer, and the Immediate Past President. Each position is elected for a two-year term.
The Executive Council is completed by five directors, each of whom is elected for a one-year term.
The Constitution of the Association of Assessing Officers of Manitoba is the document of empowerment whereby the membership of the Association passes powers and establishes duties to the leadership of the Association.
The constitution enables the leadership to establish the procedures and rules, which will govern their own action and to establish subordinate groups that can, within procedural limits set by the leadership, carry out the policies and programs of the Association.
AAOM is an incorporated body as established by The Corporations Act, R.S.M 1987, c. C225 and any amendments thereto
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