Home Inspection training courses and schools
programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees

Total 67 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.



Baruch College Continuing & Professional Studies

Training Center/Campus: New York City, New York, United States
Phone No.: 646-312-5000

New York Home Inspection Licensing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Meets the New York State requirement for a Home Inspector License.

The first 100 hours of this class will focus on environmental concerns. The final 40 hours will be allocated to field work. This course meets the New York State requirement for a Home Inspector License.


Rio Salado College

Training Center/Campus: Tempe, Arizona, United States
Phone No.: 480-517-8000

Apartment Plumbing Systems

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar

Overview of apartment home plumbing systems. Includes make-ready tasks related to plumbing work for the apartment maintenance technician. Covers plumbing safety and materials as well as repairs and preventive maintenance for inside the apartment home. Prerequisites: None.


UTA - Division for Enterprise Development

Training Centers/Campuses: Austin, Arlington, Houston, Texas, United States
Phone No.: 866-906-9190

Home Inspection

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

American Home Inspectors Training Institute (AHIT) offers Classroom and Home Study Home Inspection Training Programs through Continuing Education at The University of Texas Arlington. Texas licensing requirements to become a Professional Home Inspector through education requires 328 hours of core inspection education and a 120 hour experience training module. This program includes 459 hours in core inspection education plus a live 120 hour class (which is the experiential portion of the requirement). It is the most referred and respected training in the country and has successfully trained home inspectors for over a decade.


San Diego Mesa College

Training Center/Campus: San Diego, California, United States
Phone No.: 619-388-2672

Building Inspection

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This class provides students with the skills required to apply the structural and architectural prescriptive requirements of the California Building Code and zoning regulations for design, construction, and inspection of buildings and other fixed works. This course is intended for students in Architecture, Interior Design, and Building Construction Technology, as well as for inspectors, contractors, persons seeking ICC inspection certifications, and construction quality control/assurance personnel.


Cosumnes River College

Training Center/Campus: Sacramento, California, United States
Phone No.: 916-691-7344

Building Inspection Technology (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This CRC program has been developed to prepare individuals for employment in building inspection.

Graduates may be employed by contractors, government agencies, architects, finance companies and developers.

A wide variety of employment opportunities exist in the fast-growing construction industry in the Sacramento Valley.

Highlights
•Field trips to a variety of construction sites to study inspection technologies and code interpretations (instructor option)
•Association with instructors who are county and city building officials and inspectors


Anderson University

Training Center/Campus: Anderson, Indiana, United States
Phone No.: 1-800-428-6414

Home Inspection (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V


The Home Inspection Online Training Program covers the principal components of home inspection procedures and processes. You&,#146,ll learn how to create a home inspection report that will detail the home&,#146,s condition, including the heating and cooling systems, the plumbing and electrical systems, the roof and siding, and the framing and foundation.

This online certificate program is offered in partnership with major colleges, universities, and other accredited education providers.

Objectives

The NIBI® Online Home Inspection Certificate Course will:
•Provide an introduction to the home inspection industry.
•Review home inspection standards of practice.
•Provide information on residential construction, materials, and installation practices.
•Address special concerns and issues related to house components.
•Cover resources, tools, and equipment used for home inspections.
•Review common safety c... [Read More]


North Seattle Community College

Training Center/Campus: Seattle, Washington, United States
Phone No.: (206) 934-3600

Home Inspection (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V

In just two quarters, you can train to become a certified home inspector through NSCC’s Home Inspection certificate program ?offered entirely online and developed for real estate professionals and others looking for a solid career.

Cutting-edge Training

North’s Home Inspection certificate accommodates working adults with classes in real estate sales and marketing, plus accounting for small businesses. Content consistently meets or exceeds industry standards and state requirements, with high quality materials that are constantly being revised to offer cutting-edge training.

The curriculum follows the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) Standards of Practice. Most courses count as Department of Labor (DOL) continuing education clock hours.

Faculty are experts in their field, and you’ll be part of a mature peer group (average age of 38). You’ll train on current industry software, focused on applied studies and projects. You’ll... [Read More]


Francis Tuttle Technology Center

Training Center/Campus: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Phone No.: 405.717.7799

Home Inspection Structure

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Structural issues are possibly the most expensive area to correct and are frequently the most difficult for home inspectors to identify. We will discuss footing and foundations, floors, sills, columns, beams, joists, sub-flooring, slabs, arches and lintels, wood frame walls, masonry veneer walls and solid masonry walls.

Home Inspection Roof

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Are you aware that the greatest number of lawsuits, against home inspectors, are related to roofing issues? Flashing, ice damming, roll routing standards of practice, checklists and procedures are some of the key areas we will cover. As one roof said to the other, &,#146,just let yourself vent!&,#146,

Home Inspection Plumbing

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

In this class students learn proper inspection of the interior water supply and distribution systems, including all fixtures and faucets, the drain, waste and vent systems including all fixtures, the water heating equipment, the vent systems, flues and chimneys, the fuel storage and fuel distribution systems, drainage sumps, sump pumps and related piping.

Home Inspection Marketing Your Home Inspection Business

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Most home inspectors develop skills to inspect but most do not know how and/or are fearful of marketing. No matter what your skills are, marketing yourself is important in precluding failure. This class is taught by a licensed Home Inspector.

Home Inspection HVAC

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

The home can become a very uncomfortable place to reside when the heating and air unit isn&,#146,t working properly. This class will cover the proper method of inspecting installed central and through wall heating and cooling equipment.

Home Inspection Electrical

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Electricity and all of its components is one of the most widely used systems in a home. Without electricity the home comes to a stand still. In this class you will learn the proper inspection procedure for the service drop, the service entrance conductors, cables and raceways, service equipment and main disconnects, service grounding, interior components of the service panels and sub panels, conductors and over current protection devices. Other areas covered in this class include all accessible installed lighting fixtures, switches, ceiling fans and receptacles, ground fault circuit interrupters, accessible wiring/splicing, including the basement and attic.


Portland Community College Community Education

Training Center/Campus: Portland, Oregon, United States
Phone No.: 971-722-6266

Home Inspection and Maintenance

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

Prepping your home for sale or planning to live there forever? An inspector and general contractor shows us how to increase value, longevity and efficiency, including common mistakes that lead to costly repairs and lower sale prices.


Portland Community College

Training Center/Campus: Portland, Oregon, United States
Phone No.: 1-866-922-1010

Building Inspection Technology

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

Completion of the Associate of Applied Science degree in Building Inspection or the One-Year Certificate both enable you to launch a career as a building inspector or plans examiner in a relatively short period of time: two years or fewer. Our programs prepare you for a career in the Code Administration field with a focus on successful completion of one or more International Code Council (ICC) certification exams. These certificates are recognized by the State of Oregon as well as throughout the United States as verification of your knowledge, technical expertise and commitment to protect the public’s health, safety and welfare. The BIT program is offered primarily evenings and online. Some classes are also available during the day.
While in the program, students must:?Complete minimum program courses and prerequisites for individual classes.
•Obtain a “C?or better in all courses.
•Complete a cooperative work experience during the day at a local jurisdiction.


College of Southern Nevada

Training Centers/Campuses: Henderson, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Phone No.: 702-651-3000

BUILDING INSPECTION

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment  V

This degree prepares students to inspect and oversee construction of residential and commercial buildings. Students learn proper procedures
and materials that comply with plans, specifications and building codes. Students are prepared for employment as plan reviewers, building,
mechanical, plumbing, electrical and fire code inspectors.Along with special program courses, academic skills emphasizing related math,science and human relations components are stressed to prepare studentsto meet the challenges common in the workplace.
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES –Graduatesofthisprogramwillhave theopportunity to:
?Comprehend the history and development of the various building codes.
?Comprehend the administrative provisions of the building codes.
?Comprehend the building inspector’sresponsibilities.


Oklahoma State University - Oklahoma City

Training Center/Campus: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Phone No.: 1.800.560.4099

Building Inspection

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment

The Construction Technology program incorporates inspection, estimation, materials, drafting and construction procedures. Graduates are employed in construction positions with engineering and architectural firms as well as city, state and federal government agencies.


American Home Inspectors Training Institute

Training Center/Campus: Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States
Phone No.: 1-800-441-9411

Inspecting Insulation and Ventilation (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V


A. The Insulation and Ventilation Inspection
1. Inspection Guidelines

B. Insulation
1.Types of Insulation
2.Asbestos in Insulation
3. Insulating the Home
4. Inspecting the Insulation
5. Reporting Your Findings
6. Filling in the Report

C. Ventilation
1. Crawl Space Ventilation
2.A Word about Radon
3. Attic Ventilation
4. Cathedral and Flat Roofs
5. Inspecting the Ventilation
6. Reporting Your Findings

D. Inspecting the Attic
1. The Entryway
2. Structure Review
3. Water Penetration
4. Insulation
5. Ventilation
6. The Chimney
7. Electrical Safety
8. Equipment in the Attic
9. Reporting Your Findings

E. Study Unit Eight Examination

Inspecting Interiors (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar  V


A. The Interior Inspection
1.Inspection Guidelines
2. Inspection Tools
B. Walls and Ceilings
1. Plaster Facing
2. Drywall
3.Other Facings
4.A Word about Structure
5.Wall and Ceiling Coverings
6.Trim

C. Floors
1.Construction
2.Wood Finish Flooring
3. Flooring Tiles
4.Floor Coverings
5. Inspecting Floors

D. Windows and Doors
1. Window Components
2.Types of Windows
3.Inspecting Windows
4. Interior Doors
5. Inspecting Doors

E. Stairs and Balconies
1.Inspecting Stairways
2.Inspecting Balconies

F. Fireplaces and Wood Stoves
1.The Masonry Fireplaces
2.Other Types of Fireplaces
3.Inspecting Fireplaces
4.Wood Stoves
5.Reporting Your Findings
6.Filling in the Report

G. Room-By-Room Inspection
1. Electrical, Plumbing, and Heating Review
2.Inspecting the Kitchen
3. Inspecting the... [Read More]

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