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Finding the right Auction School For You

I want you to know that I am a paid instructor with Nashville Auction School and I would be happy to teach at other auction schools as well - it's just not time prohibitive. I am a proud graduate of World Wide College of Auctioneering and my wife and several best friends have all attended Nashville Auction School.

I say this because it's important to note that there are several reputable auction schools available, I'm just proud of my friend Shane McCarrell and his partner Jason Deel who now own the school. You will find many other proponents of Nashville Auction School (NAS) often highlight the following reasons why it is considered one of the best auction schools:

  1. Extensive Experience and History: NAS has a long-standing history and has been training auctioneers since 1964. With decades of experience, the school has developed a comprehensive curriculum and refined its teaching methods to cater specifically to the needs of aspiring auctioneers.

  2. Accreditation and Professional Affiliations: NAS is accredited by the Tennessee Higher Education Commission and is a member of various respected professional associations, such as the National Auctioneers Association (NAA) and state auctioneer associations. These affiliations demonstrate the school's commitment to upholding industry standards and providing quality education.

  3. Expert Instructors: NAS boasts a team of experienced and knowledgeable instructors who are active professionals in the auction industry. These instructors bring real-world insights and practical expertise to the classroom, providing students with valuable guidance and mentorship throughout their training.

  4. Comprehensive Curriculum: The curriculum at NAS covers a wide range of auctioneering topics, including bid calling, auction marketing, legal and ethical considerations, contracts, sales management, and more. The school aims to equip students with a well-rounded skill set, ensuring they are prepared to succeed in various auction environments.

  5. Hands-on Training: NAS emphasizes hands-on learning experiences, allowing students to practice their auctioneering skills in a supportive and interactive environment. Through simulated auctions, live practice sessions, and individualized coaching, students gain practical experience and confidence in their abilities.

  6. Networking Opportunities: NAS facilitates networking opportunities with industry professionals, guest speakers, and fellow students. Building connections within the auction community can open doors for job opportunities, mentorship, and ongoing professional development.

  7. Post-Graduation Support: NAS offers post-graduation support to its students, including assistance with job placement and career guidance. The school's alumni network provides a valuable resource for graduates, fostering ongoing connections and support within the auction industry.

  8. Flexibility and Accessibility: NAS provides flexibility in its course offerings, including full-time, part-time, and online options to accommodate students' schedules and preferences. This accessibility ensures that individuals from various backgrounds and locations can pursue their auctioneering education.

It's important to conduct thorough research and consider personal preferences when selecting an auction school. Prospective students should evaluate factors such as curriculum, reputation, industry affiliations, student support, and post-graduation opportunities to determine which school aligns best with their goals and aspirations.

Most of my affiliate auctioneers, bid spotters and staff have all attended NAS.

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