To attain the M.I.M.A Accreditation, members must meet the following requirements:
- Currently hold the A.I.M.A. Designation
- Successfully complete the seven (7) M.I.M.A. designation courses below
- Successfully complete the Accreditation Examination and Oral Interview (IMA-450)
- Have a minimum of three (3) year's experience in the field of property assessment, as defined by the National Occupation Classification (NOC 2011 - 1314).
- Be an active member of the Institute of Municipal Assessors in good standing
M.I.M.A. Course Requirements
- IMA-401 Legal Framework for Assessment in Ontario
- IMA-412 Assessor and the Courts
- IMA-425 Sales Comparison Approach in the Valuation of Properties
- IMA-433 Income Approach to Valuation
- IMA-435 Cost and Depreciation Analysis
- IMA-440 Highest and Best Use Analysis
- IMA-445 Expert Valuation Report
Ready to Apply?
- Once you meet the above requirements, you must submit a Course Ascension Application to have your course completions and work experience verified. Once
the application is processed, you have earned the right to use "M.I.M.A." after your name.
Recognized External Courses
- Have you taken property assessment courses with an external academic institution or organization? Review the Prior Learning Assessment Recognition's (PLAR) Recognized Courses page to see if your course qualified for exemption or challenge exam.