How Long is Auctioneer School
The auction industry is regulated on a state-by-state and province-by-province basis. Therefore, an auction school seeking approval in a particular state or province works in coordination with the licensing board in that state or province to assure that their training program meets all educational requirements.
The required length of time for auctioneers to train at an approved school varies due to differing regulations in each state and province. Auction schools that are approved by a majority of states and provinces are between 9 and 10 days in length, or between 85 and 92 credit hours.
At Western College of Auctioneering, our Entry Level Course is a 92 credit hour course. This course is 10 days in length.
Interested in attending an auctioneer school? Please use the following resources to learn more about auction school and the auctioneering industry. Or, learn more about our Entry Level or our Advanced Level auctioneering courses.