CLASSROOM & FIELD TRAINING
The Home Inspection Academy offers classroom and field training to prepare you for this exciting career. The courses are taught by successful home inspection entrepreneurs and include hands-on field training. They will teach you everything you need to know to become a Home Inspector and run your own business.
There are several benefits to attending a home inspector academy. Not only will you be able to learn from industry professionals, but you’ll also have the opportunity to start your own business.
During this training, students get to participate in eight supervised home inspections. They’ll also learn report-writing techniques and the overall process of performing a home inspection. Once they’ve completed the coursework, they’ll be fully prepared to work as a home inspector.
There are several benefits to attending a home inspector academy. For one thing, your education is free. However, it’s not enough. Continuing your education is essential if you want to make a decent living. The more you learn, the more money you’ll make. And while the academy offers many benefits, it can’t replace the experience of working with an honest home inspector.
In addition to earning money from home inspections, you’ll also develop your network. Building relationships with other professionals is essential for a successful home inspection business. Building relationships with clients is an integral part of the job. You’ll need to listen and understand what homeowners are telling you. The right skills are essential for communicating with clients and other professionals. You’ll be working with other professionals, so it’s important to understand the business and how it works.
A home inspector academy costs anywhere from $1,500 to $3,500 and depends on the level of expertise you’re looking for. Different courses lay out
all the pros and cons of becoming a home inspector, and this will help you decide if it’s the career for you.
This online course is a basic introduction to home inspection, covering everything you need to know to start a successful career. The course teaches the ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics and the responsibilities of a home inspector. This course is not intended to replace In-Field Training, but it will count toward Illinois’ pre-licensing education requirements. In addition to the course material, you will need to complete ride-along inspections. This three-hour course is designed to maximize student participation in class discussions.
To be eligible for this credit, you must complete a minimum of eight “specialty” courses. These courses must total at least 8 hours in length. Core Law and Business Ethics are examples of core law courses, and they will count toward the total required hours. To find out more about the requirements for these classes, please visit the California Real Estate Commission’s website. It is also recommended that you consult an advisor before enrolling.
Future inspectors can quickly get the training they need to pass the National Fire Protection Association examination with the help of online courses. These courses allow future inspectors to focus on the material at hand and complete their studies without leaving home comfort. In addition to that, they can do their schooling at night while working a full-time job. Additionally, they can easily walk to a classroom to study, rather than commuting.
May 13,14,15,20,21,22 (two weekends) FRI. & SAT. 5-9 P.M. AND
SUN. 9 A.M.-1 P.M. (6 DAY PROGRAM )
WE ARE RECOGNIZED AS THE LEADER IN INSPECTION TRAINING THRU OUT CALIF.