Become a Home Inspector: Free Inspector Training and Education

Note: Members have free, unlimited access to all InterNACHI online courses. Some courses are open and free to all. To access all of the courses, non-members must pay $49/month or an annual fee of $499 (the same price members pay). To access only one particular course, non-members can pay a small fee by contacting Lisa Endza at (303) 502-6214 or lisa@internachi.org. Some inspection educational offerings listed are developed in partnership with NACHI.TV. Click here to become a home inspector or click here to get a Student Account.

DESCRIPTIONS of EDUCATIONAL OFFERINGS

 

INSPECTION COURSE ACCREDITATIONS and INSPECTION EDUCATION APPROVALS

 

Home Inspector Pre-Licensing & Certification Courses & Information

  • Online, classroom, and hands-on in the field
  • Courses, quizzes, exams
  • Printable Certificates of Completion
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost of all online training: Free to members.
  • There may be a fee involved for any required classroom and hands-on training.

This series of courses trains the student to perform a home inspection.

 
  • Online
  • 12 sections & more than 60 chapters
  • 13 quizzes
  • 35-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 4 CE hours
  • Open to all
  • Cost: Free
 
This course teaches the inspector to be safe on an inspection.  It includes a review of personal protection equipment, ladder use, client safety, and what to do if an injury occurs.
 
  • Online
  • 6 CE credits
  • 40,000 words
  • 22 videos
  • 40-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Instant grading
  • A downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
  • Accreditations and state approval
  • Open to all
  • Cost: FREE

Most home inspectors don’t think of themselves as business owners. Why? Most inspectors invest a great deal in learning the technical aspects of performing a home inspection, but they do not take the time to learn how to operate a home inspection business.

This course will be of great value to you regardless of whether you're new to the inspection business or a Certified Master Inspector®.
 

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to start up and operate a successful home inspection business.

 
 
  • Online
  • 4 CE credit hours
  • 21,873 words
  • 100 quiz questions in 8 quizzes
  • 75-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course teaches the inspector to perform the roof portion of a home inspection.  It includes a review of nearly all types of residential roofs.
 
  • Online
  • 4 CE credit hours
  • 23,644 words
  • 81 quiz questions in 6 quizzes
  • 100-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course teaches the inspector to perform the electrical portion of an home inspection.  It includes a review of the service entrance, grounding, and electrical safety issues.
 
  • Online
  • 7,125 words
  • 13 quiz questions in 3 quizzes
  • 65-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 4 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course will help prepare the home inspector to observe and report on structural components and their conditions in a residential dwelling.  It includes a review of both foundation and framing elements.
 
 
  • Online
  • 30,966 words
  • 88 quiz questions in 13 quizzes
  • 70-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 8 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course teaches the inspector to perfom the plumbing portion of a home inspection.  It includes a review of leaks, inadequate water supplies, water contamination, and incorrect installations of components.
 
  • Online
  • 40 sections
  • 135 photos, graphics and diagrams
  • 3 tables
  • 18 quizzes
  • 60-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 16 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-member for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course provides accurate and useful information for performing an inspection of the exterior at a residential property. This course covers the components and materials of the exterior that may be present during a residential inspection, including siding types, site drainage, moisture intrusion, windows and doors, flashing, exterior structures, garage, and other exterior systems and components.
 
  • Online
  • 33 sections
  • 50 photos, graphics and diagrams
  • 10 tables
  • 12 quizzes
  • 60-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 14 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-member for a fee
  • Cost: Free

This course teaches the inspector how to perform an inspection of the attic, insulation, and interior of a residential property.  
 
  • Online
  • 32,100 words
  • Many photos, graphics and diagrams
  • 31 questions in 8 quizzes
  • 75-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 12 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-member for a fee
  • Cost: Free 
 
This course teaches the inspector to perform the HVAC portion of a home inspection.  It includes a review of the components of common HVAC systems that may be present during a residential inspection, including warm-air, hydronic, steam and electric heating systems; air conditioning systems; and heat pump systems. 
 
 
  • Online 
  • 4 CE credit hours
  • 15,300 words;
  • 10-minute video;
  • over 30 photos and illustrations;
  • 97 quiz questions in 13 quizzes;
  • 60-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool);
  • instant grading;
  • a downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion; and 
  • accreditations and state approvals.
 
 
 
  • Online
  • 35 sections
  • 5 quizzes
  • 25-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 3 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
    Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course teaches the inspector to perform residential and commercial wood deck inspections.  It includes dozens of custom deck inspection graphics.


 
 
  • Online
  • 19 sections
  • 27,000 words
  • 60 illustrations and pictures
    12 quizzes
    60-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 8 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
    Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course teaches the inspector to perform an inspection of a pool and spa.  It includes a review of electrical components, water chemistry, safety issues and maintenance recommendations.  The course also includes a pool an spa inspection checklist.


 
 
  • Online
  • 8 CE hours
  • 25,000 words
  • 274 quiz questions
  • 100-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • Open to members for free
    Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course teaches the inspector to perform an inspection on a log home.  It includes a review of framing, finishes, and decay issues.
  • Online
  • 28,000 words
  • 21 sections
  • 9 quizzes
  • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 10 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
    Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course teaches the inspector to perform two types of inspections of onsite wastewater treatment systems:  maintenance inspections and functional inspections.
 
 
  • Online
  • 55 sections
  • 45 quizzes
  • 100-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 8 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course prepares inspectors to meet a growing demand for neutral, third-party verification of green features and systems in buildings.  It includes a review of solar systems, environmental issues, and energy audits.
 
  • Online
  • 22 sections
  • 78,000+ words
  • 325 pictures, illustrations and diagrams
  • 8 tables
  • 73 quiz questions in 13 quizzes
  • 27-minute online training video
  • 75-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 24 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course teaches the student how to perform energy audits with visual inspection techniques, a blower door, and an infrared camera.
 
 
  • Online
  • 37 sections
  • 2 online videos
  • 60 pictures and diagrams
  • 4 quizzes
  • 20-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 2 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 

This course teaches the inspector to become aware of the potential for interaction among building components and mechanical systems, to understand how air sealing a home can negatively affect indoor air quality, and to be able to recognize typical air leakage sites and know how they are corrected.

 
  • Online
  • 2 CE hours
  • 2-minute video
  • 45 pictures and diagrams
  • 4 quizzes
  • 20-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course helps the inspector understand the principles of energy and energy movement, learn the three methods of heat transfer, understand the difference between thermal and air barriers and the proper location of each, recognize the forces that cause air leakage, understand the connection between air leakage, energy waste, and moisture problems, and understand how air ducts affect the pressure balance within the home.
 
 
 
  • Online
  • 1 CE hours
  • 18 sections
  • 20 pictures and diagrams
  • 3 quizzes
  • 20-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
In this course, students will be exposed to the basic principles of human thermal comfort, gain a basic understanding of relative humidity, and learn how to use a psychrometric chart.
 
 
  • Online
  • 30 sections
  • 25+ pictures and diagrams
  • 5 quizzes
  • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 1 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
In this course students will learn about the factors affecting indoor air quality, understand the role moisture plays, learn about moisture movement, and learn pollutant remediation techniques.
 
 
  • Online
  • 30 sections
  • 11 quizzes
  • 120-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
  • Printable Certificate of Completion
  • 12 CE hours
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
 
This course teaches the student all about mold and how to perform a proper mold inspection to IAC2 Standards.  It includes a review of types of mold, health effects, sampling, lab reports, remediation, and preventing growth. 
 
Also, see our advanced, online Video Mold Course:  www.nachi.org/videomoldcourse.htm
 
Our advanced video mold inspection course has more state approvals and accreditations:  www.nachi.org/videomoldcourse.htm
 
 
 
 
  • Online 
  • 28 credit hours
  • 137,092 words
  • numerous graphics, images, illustrations, and tables
  • 123 quiz questions in 13 quizzes
  • 120-question InterNACHI course exam (this is not NRPP's certification exam)
  • instant grading
  • downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
  • Open to members for free
  • Open to non-members for a fee
  • Cost: Free
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to provide radon testing services as an InterNACHI Certified Radon Tester.
 
     
     
      1. Alabama Department of Public Health
      2. Alaska
      3. Arkansas Department of Health
      4. Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency
      5. California Department of Health Radon Services
      6. Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment
      7. Connecticut Department of Public Health
      8. Delaware Radon Program
      9. District of Columbia Department of Environment
      10. State of Georgia
      11. Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
      12. Indiana State Department of Health
      13. Iowa Department of Health
      14. Kansas Department of Health and Environment's Radon Program
      15. Kentucky Department of Health Radon Program
      16. Louisiana
      17. Maine Division of Environmental Health Radon Section
      18. Maryland
      19. Massachusetts Health and Human Services
      20. Minnesota Department of Health
      21. Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
      22. Nevada Department of Health and Human Services
      23. New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) Radon Program
      24. New York Department of Health
      25. North Dakota Department of Health Radon Program
      26. Ohio Department of Health
      27. Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality Radon Program
      28. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
      29. South Dakota Department of Environment & Natural Resources
      30. Tennessee Radon Program
      31. Vermont Department of Health
      32. Virginia Radon Program
      33. Washington State Department of Health
      34. West Virginia Radiation, Toxics & indoor Air Division
      35. Wisconsin Department of Health Services

         

         
        • Online
        • 28 sections
        • 13 quizzes
        • 100-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 12 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free 
         
        This course teaches the student how to identify and report infestation of wood-destroying organisms that may exist in a building using a visual examination.  The student will also learn to recognize evidence of structural damage and previous treatment. 
         
        • Online
          43 sections
        • 140 diagrams and photos
        • 5 quizzes
        • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 8 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free 
         
        This course teaches the student how to identify and report on moisture intrusion in homes and commercial buildings.  The student will also learn the specific details of construction that may cause moisture-related problems. 
         
        • Online, e-learning (not live classroom)
        • 10 sections
        • 312-page course manual (downloadable PDF)
        • 5 instructional videos
        • Many pictures and graphics
        • 8 quizzes
        • 45-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 8 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
          Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This course teaches the inspector to work safely in housing with lead-based paint and comply with the EPA’s Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Rule, and HUD’s Lead Safe Housing Rule.  This is an online, e-learning course approved by the EPA. 
         
         
         
        • Online
        • 25 sections
        • 63 quiz questions in 6 quizzes
        • 75-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 5 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This course teaches the student about 25 building standards and best practices related to inspecting systems and components in a residential dwelling. 
         
        • Online
        • 4 CE hours
        • 20,000 words
        • 10 quizzes
        • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This course teaches the inspector how to better serve his/her clients by providing great customer service and using effective communication.
         
        • Online
        • 8 CE hours
        • 29,066 words in 52 chapters
        • 111 quiz questions in 20 quizzes
        • 20-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This course teaches best practices and reasonable approaches for performing inspections of commercial properties through an examination of the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties.  It includes a review of commercial inspection contracts, forms, addenda, and other commercial inspection documents. 
         
        • Online video
        • 6 CE hours
        • 5 hours of online video (unlimited access, unlimited viewing)
        • 12 quizzes
          Student course book (free downloaded PDF)
          70-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
          Instant grading
        • Downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion  
          Accreditations and state approvals
        • Open to members for free
          Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        After successful completion of the all video training course, the student shall be able to perform inspections of the electrical systems at commercial properties.
         
         
        • Online video
        • 10-minute online training video
        • 9 downloadable pages of course material
        • 10-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 1 CE hour
        • Open to members for free
          Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
        This course teaches the inspector to perform monthly inspections of portable fire extinguishers in residential and commercial properties.
         
         
        • Online
        • 3 CE hours
        • 12 sections
        • 12 quizzes
        • 100-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
          Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This course is an introduction to InterNACHI's Residential Standards of Practice.  It also includes a review of InterNACHI's Code of Ethics.  To become a certified member of InterNACHI, you must complete this course and pass the Final Exam with a score of 80 or better. Certification requirements are listed at www.nachi.org/membership.
         
         
        • Online
        • 1 CE hour
        • 700 words
        • 3 quizzes
        • 15-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Instant grading
        • A downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        To become a certified member of InterNACHI, you must complete this course with a score of 80 or better. Certification requirements are listed at www.nachi.org/membership.
         
         
        • Online
        • 3 CE hours
        • 16,919 words
        • 32 quiz questions
        • 25-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This course prepares the inspector to evaluate foundation walls and piers.  It also includes a review of new innovations in the foundation and concrete industries.
         
         
        • Online video
        • 3.5 hours of training video
        • 8 quiz questions
        • Inspection checklist for panels (downloadable PDF)
        • 25-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Instant grading
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 4 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
          Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free 
         
        This course is designed to teach the student how to perform an inspection of the common components of a residential electrical system, including the service, panelboard, meter, kitchen and bathroom.  Taught by renowned electrical inspector and InterNACHI trainer Paul Abernathy.
         
         
        • Online video
        • 16 hours of video (in five segments)
        • 182 downloadable pages of course material
        • Final Exam
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 21 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This advanced course is designed to teach the student how to inspect residential HVAC systems. Taught by certified instructor Bill Mele, an expert in HVAC and IAQ. There are 5 parts to the course, a 175-question Final Exam, a 182-page downloadable course book, and unlimited viewing time.
         
        • Online video
        • 42 minutes of video
        • 5 quizzes
        • 25-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 1 CE hour
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This course teaches the inspector to perform residential and commercial wood deck inspections.  It includes 80 photos, diagrams and custom graphics.
         
         
        • Online
        • 42,000 words
        • Over 100 photos, illustrations and tables
        • 13 quizzes
        • 75-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 12 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        • Online video
        • 1-hour video
        • 16 downloadable pages of course material
        • Final Exam
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 3 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This advanced course allows the inspector to obtain an advanced understanding of how to inspect a crawlspace, including use of personal protection equipment, various meters, an infrared camera, suggested report narratives and language, and defect recognition techniques. The student will watch and learn how a Certified Master Inspector® performs two on-site inspections of actual crawlspaces, and how more than 50 defects are discovered and reported.
         
        • Online video
        • 3-hour video
        • 69 downloadable pages of course material
        • Final Exam
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 5 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This course teaches the inspector to use an infrared camera on an inspection. Two Certified Master Inspectors® demonstrate how to recognize defects related to moisture, insulation, structural elements, electrical components, air infiltration, and energy loss. More than 70 images of actual defects are interpreted. 
         
        • Online video
          5-hour video
          178 downloadable pages of course material
        • Final Exam
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 5 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This course teaches residential and commercial building inspectors the principles of building science and the application of thermal imaging.
         
        • Online video
        • 1.3-hour video
        • 25 downloadable pages of course material
        • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 2 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This course teaches the inspector how to perform a whole house energy audit assessment according to the BPI standards.
         
        • Online video
        • 4 CE hours
        • 2-hour online video
        • 28-page downloadable of course book
        • 58-question final exam
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This advanced course teaches the inspector how to inspect and measure stairways, ramps, hallways, doors, landings, handrails, and emergency escape and rescue openings.  Watch as a Certified Master Inspector® performs egress inspections at several residential dwellings. A mock-up stairway, ramp and door are also evaluated in a studio setting.  More than 50 defects and safety hazards are identified.
         
        • Online video
        • 4 CE credit hours
        • 2-hour video
        • Downloadable course book (PDF)
        • 60-question final exam
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This advanced course teaches the inspector how to identify components of gas-fired and electric water heater tanks, recognize defects and safety hazards in relation to modern standards and requirements, explain flammable vapor ignition-resistance systems, and evaluate TPR valves.  Watch as a Master Plumber inspects cut-away water heater tanks in a studio setting, and a Certified Master Inspector® performs inspections on water heaters on location. 
         
        • Online video
        • 2 parts, 24 sections
        • 8.5-hour video
        • 167 downloadable pages of course material
        • Final Exam
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 12 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This advanced course teaches the inspector how to conduct a proper mold inspection on a home or building, including how to find and report mold growth using a visual examination and mold sampling.  Instruction is presented by an IAC2-certified inspector and a renowned mycologist.   
        • Online video
        • 17 sections
        • 8-hour video
        • 348 downloadable pages of course material
        • 400 digital pictures
        • 12 custom-build walls
        • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 16 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This advanced course teaches the inspector how to conduct a proper stucco/EIFS inspection on a home or building, including how to report findings to the client.  Instruction is presented by renowned experts.  
         
         
        • Online 
        • 24 sections
        • 1 quiz
        • 20-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 2 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         

        This course teaches helps the inspector understand basic energy movement, how to calculate hourly and annual energy loss, and the principle of diminishing returns.

         
         
        • Online 
        • 19 sections
        • 29,306 words
        • Over 250 photos, graphics, tables and diagrams
        • 11 quizzes
        • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 16 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         

        This advanced course teaches the inspector how to conduct a proper wind mitigation inspection including how to report findings to the client or insurance company.

         
         
        • Online 
        • 3 CE credit hours
        • 26 quiz questions in 4 quizzes
        • 30-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Instant grading
        • Downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
         
         
         
        • Online
        • 1 CE credit hour
        • 17 quiz questions in 3 quizzes
        • 30-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Instant grading
        • Downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
         
         
         
        • Online
        • 90 hours total, with 78 hours online and 12 hours practical experience training
        • 250-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Instant grading
        • Downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • Online portion: open to members for free
        • Online portion: open to non-members for a fee
        • 12 hour practical experiene training: For a fee
        • Cost of online portion: Free
         
         
         
        • 12 CE
        • 22,470 words
        • 149-page student course book (downloadable PDF)
        • 46 quiz questions
        • 100-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Instant grading
        • Downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • State approval
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free 
        •  
        Upon successful completion of this course, the student shall be to generate effective home inspection reports and clearly and concisely fill out the TREC Property Inspection Report Forms REI 7A-1 and REI 7-2.
         
         
        • 8 credit hours 
        • 100-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Instant grading
        • Downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • State approval
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost:  Free
        This eight-hour course teaches the inspector the TREC Standards of Practice, Legal and Ethics Rules and Updates.
         
         
        • Online
        • 2 CE hours
        • 7 chapters
        • 4 quizzes
        • 25-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Instant grading
        • Downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free 
           

        This course teaches Texas inspectors and real estate professionals the best practices for identifying and reporting on the infestation of wood-destroying insects that may exist in a residential structure using a visual examination.  The student will also learn how to recognize evidence of structural damage and previous treatment.


        Pending Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) approval
         
         
        • Online video
        • 2.3-hour video
        • 126 downloadable pages of course material
        • 100+ photos, diagrams and original illustrations
        • 3 quizzes
        • 45-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 4 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This advanced, online video course teaches the student how to properly inspect for and identify wind and hail damage on roof coverings and other property components.
         
         
        • 2 CE credit hours
        • Online video
        • 54-minutes of video
        • 41 quiz questions in 3 quizzes
        • 35-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free

        The student will follow an expert inspector to learn how to perform a wind & hail inspection of a residential property. The student will also learn best practices and procedures as an asphalt shingle roof and its gutter/downspout system, severely damaged by hail, are torn off and replaced.
         
         
        • Online video
        • 18-minute online training video
        • 1 quiz
        • 35-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 1 CE hour
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free

        The student will learn to use ladders in a safe manner.
         
         
        • 2 CE hours
        • 33 minutes of video
        • over 300 images and graphics
        • 12 quiz questions in one quiz
        • 50-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • instant grading
        • downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • accreditations and state approvals


         
        • online video
        • 4 CE hours
        • 94-minute online training video
        • 1 quiz
        • 50-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        The goal of this course is to teach proper health and safety practices to both inspectors and contractors while they are working at the exterior of a property.
        • Online video
        • 8 online training videos
        • 1 quiz
        • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 2 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free


        After successful completion of this course, the student will be able to perform a residential roof inspection and recognize general roof defects.

         
         
        • Online video
        • 41-minute online training video
        • 6-question quiz
        • 20-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 2 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        The goal of this course is to teach the student how to perform a residential roof inspection and recognize general roof defects. 

         

         

        • Online video
        • 14 sections
        • 4 online training videos
        • 1 quiz
        • 35-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 2 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free


        The course objective is to prepare contractors and property inspectors to use lead-safe work practices to prevent the creation of lead hazards during renovation, repair and painting work in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities.

         
        • Online video
        • 21 online training videos
        • 21 quizzes
        • 14,500-word student book
        • 90-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 8 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free

        Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have a good working knowledge of the inspection of asphalt shingles, including identification of the different types, performance and aging characteristics, common defects, and wind and hail damage.
         
         
        • Online video
        • 4 online training videos
        • 57-page course book download
        • 1 quiz
        • 60-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 2 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free

        Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have a good working knowledge of the inspection of wood shingle and shake roofs including identification of the different types, performance and aging characteristics, common defects, and wind and hail damage.
         
         
        • Online video
        • 4 online training videos
        • 51-page course book download
        • 1 quiz
        • 35-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 2 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free

        Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have a good working knowledge of the inspection of tile roofs including identification of the different types, performance and aging characteristics, common defects, and wind and hail damage.
         
         
        • Online video
        • 36 minutes of online training videos
        • 5,200-word student book download
        • 1 quiz
        • 15-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 2 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free

        Upon successful completion of this course, the student shall learn how to inspect metal roofs, recognize and identify defects and damage, determine the sources of those problems, and to make good recommendations.
         
         
        • Online video
        • 71 minutes of online training videos
        • 9,800-word student book download
        • 14-question quiz
        • 30-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 3 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free

        Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to inspect slate roofs, including identifying defects and damage, determining the sources of those problems, and making good recommendations.
         
         
        • Online

        • 8 CE hours
        • 5 sections and 32 chapters
        • Photos, graphics, tables and diagrams
        • Two 20-question quizzes
        • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost:  Free
        This course teaches the student how to perform appliance inspections.  While appliance inspection exceeds InterNACHI's SOP, inspectors may find that their general knowledge, as well as their home inspection services, can be enhanced by becoming familiar with the different standard built-in appliances that they're likely to encounter on the job.  Understanding how the various appliances operate, along with the problems they can develop, can help home inspectors add value to their inspection services and provide useful information to their clients.
         
        • Online 
        • 5 sections and 32 chapters
        • Photos, graphics, tables and diagrams
        • Two 20-question quizzes
        • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 8 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free

        This course teaches the This eight-hour course teaches the Texas inspector how to perform inspections according to the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) Standards of Practice, as delineated in §535.232:  Minimum Inspection Requirements for Appliances (adopted February 1, 2009).

         
        • Online 
        • 27,000 words
        • 3-minute video
        • Photos, graphics, tables and illustrations
        • 30 quiz questions
        • 60-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 8 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
         
        • Online video
        • 2-hours training video
        • 3 quizzes
        • 30-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 3 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        Upon successful completion of this course, the inspector will understand how to perform a home energy blower door test on a residential property, including setting up the blower door, operating the equipment, and interpreting the test results.

        Fundamentals of Inspecting the Exterior

        • Online video
        • Two training videos
        • 120 minutes of training video
        • Over 100 digital pictures
        • One 8-question quiz
        • 500-word student book (downloadable PDF)
        • 25-question final exam (drawn from a much larger pool)
        • 4 CE hours
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
        This video course teaches the inspector the basics of inspecting exteriors.
         
        • Online
        • 4 Continuing Education credit hours
        • 23,800 words
        • Student course book (downloadable PDF)
        • 90 quiz questions
        • 50-question final exam (drawn from a much larger pool);
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free 
         
         
        • Online
        • 18 sections and 237 chapters/slides
        • 1 quiz
        • 25-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 8 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free

        Upon successful completion of this 8-hour course, the student shall learn how to identify the most common defects found in a home inspection and to develop comments and narratives in writing an inspection report.

        Webinars for Home Inspectors

        • Online
        • Video
        • CE available for members at nachi.org/credits
        • Open to everyone
        • Cost: Free 
        Various topics are presented in a live, online video format for home inspectors.
         
         
        • Online
        • 2 Continuing Education credit hours
        • 4,400 words
        • 6-question quiz
        • a 20-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • instant grading
        • a downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • accreditations and state approvals
        • Open to real estate professionals for free
        • Cost: Free
         The goal of this course is to teach real estate professionals about the Department of Energy's Home Energy Score and how it helps homeowners understand the energy performance of their homes and how they compare to other homes nationwide. 
         
         
         
        • Online
        • 2 Continuing Education credit hours
        • 14,000 words
        • 23 quiz questions 
        • a 25-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool) 
        • Instant grading 
        • Downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion  
        • Accreditations and state approvals
        • Open to real estate professionals for free
        • Cost: Free
         

        The goal of this course is to teach real estate professionals how to:

        • understand the value of home energy inspections for current and prospective homeowners; and
        • be able to provide informative options to help homeowners cut their energy use, reduce their carbon footprint, and increase their homes’ comfort, health, and safety.
         
        • Online
        • 4 Continuing Education credit hours
        • 24,700 words
        • One 3-minute video
        • 30 questions within four quizzes 
        • 40-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool) 
        • Instant grading 
        • Downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion  
        • Accreditations and state approvals.
        • Open to real estate professionals for free
        • Cost: Free
         

        The goal of this course is to teach real estate professionals how to:

        • understand the value of home energy inspections for current and prospective homeowners;
        • understand and provide informative options to help homeowners cut their energy use, reduce their carbon footprint, and increase their homes’ comfort, health, and safety; and 
        • help homeowners make informed decisions about purchasing new HVAC equipment or improving existing equipment for more efficient operation.
         

         
        • Online 
        • 8 sections
        • 138,000 words
        • Photos, graphics, tables and diagrams
        • 100-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • 16 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free

        Upon successful completion of this course, the inspector will understand how to perform a home energy blower door test on a residential property, including setting up the blower door, operating the equipment, and interpreting the test results.
         
         
         
        • Online 
        • 14 credit hours
        • 35,000 words
        • 65 quiz questions in 6 quizzes
        • 60-question final exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Instant graiding
        • Downloadable, printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
        Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: inspect for moisture intrusion; perform assessments for mold growth; do remediation work with regard to mold safety; communicate by writing effective reports; and follow a Standards of Practice for mold assessment and remediation.

         
        • Online
        • 4 CPD credit hours
        • 56 quiz questions
        • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for free
        • Cost: Free
        Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: demonstrate an understanding of why a home inspection is beneficial to home buyers and sellers; communicate the advantages and limitations of a home inspection; and apply skills necessary to become and remain in business as a home inspector.
         
        • Online
        • 1 CPD credit hour
        • 87 quiz questions
        • 100-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool) 
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for free
        • Cost: Free
        Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to perform home inspections according to the Australian Standards of Practice.
         
         
         
        • 4 horas de Desarrollo Continuo Profesional
        • 9 exámenes con 92 preguntas
        • 100 preguntas en el examen final
        • Nivelación Instantánea
        • Un Certificado de Finalización imprimible y descargable
        • Abierto a los miembros de forma gratuita
        • Abierto a los no miembros de pago
        • Costo: Gratuito
        Este curso es un resumen de la industria de la inspección en México.
         
         
        • Online
        • 4 CPD credit hours
        • 55 questions in 7 quizzes
        • 50-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool) 
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for free
        • Cost: Free
        Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: demonstrate an understanding of why a home inspection is beneficial to home buyers and sellers; communicate the advantages and limitations of a home inspection; and apply skills necessary to become and remain in business as a home inspector. 
         
        • Online
        • 8 CPD credit hours
        • 19 quizzes
        • 100-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool) 
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for free
        • Cost: Free
         
        By completing this course successfully, the inspector will be qualified to inspect the roof structure, including the five major residential roof-covering materials:  concrete and clay tile; slate; thatch; metal; and fibre-cement.
         
        • Online
        • 4 CPD credit hours
        • 94 quiz questions in 13 quizzes
        • 100-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free 
         
        Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to demonstrate an understanding of soil types, their performance characteristics, and the defects they can cause in substructures and superstructures.

        The student will also be able to demonstrate an understanding of the common types of substructures and superstructures, including the identification of defects related to how they age and fail.
         
        • Online
        • 4 CPD credit hours
        • 75 quiz questions
        • 100-question Final Exam (drawn from a larger pool)
        • Printable Certificate of Completion
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a free
        • Cost: Free
         
        Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to perform home inspections according to the South African Standards of Practice.
         
         
        • Online
        • 4 sections
        • 2 quizzes
        • 0 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This mini-course teaches inspectors how to recognize vermiculite and how to report its presence using guidelines drawn from the EPA, IAC2 and InterNACHI. 
         
         
        • Online
        • 4 sections
        • 1 quiz
        • 0 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This mini-course teaches inspectors how to recognize missing or obstucted basement and bedroom emergency egresses. 
         
         
        • Online
        • 3 sections
        • 1 quiz
        • 0 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        This mini-course teaches inspectors how to recognize improperly installed TPR valve discharge piping. 
         

         

         
        • Online
        • 1 CE hour
        • Open to all
        • Cost:  Free
         
        This very short course and fast-paced final exam are a fun way to challenge yourself and your peers in the inspection community.  
         
        (Inspectopedia.com) 
         
        • Online
        • Open to all
        • Cost:  Free
         
        This library provides educational articles for inspectors, consumers and real estate professionals about the features, systems and components of homes and commercial structures, as well as informational articles about marketing, legal issues, safety, and other topics of interest related to the inspection and real estate industries.

         
        • Online
        • Open to all
        • Cost:  Free
         
        Online
        Open to all
        Cost: Free
         
        This library of inspection-related graphics teaches inspectors about proper installation and component identification.
         
         
        • Online
        • More than 2,000 questions
        • 0 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost:  Free
         
        This practice Exam contains more than 2,000 questions found on state and local inspector licensing exams.  The correct answer is revealed after each question is answered.
         
         
        • Online
        • Nearly 200 questions
        • 0 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non members for a fee
        • Cost:  Free
         
        This simulated ICC Exam helps inspectors prepare to be municipal code officials or licensed general contractors.  The correct answers are revealed after each quiz is taken. 
         
         
        • Almost 200 questions/answers
        • 0 CE hours
         
         

        Advanced Commercial Property Code Inspection Exam Prep

        • Online
        • 300 questions
        • 0 CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non members for a fee.
        • Cost:  Free
         
        This simulated ICC Exam helps inspectors prepare to be municipal code officials or licensed general contractors.  The correct answers are revealed after each quiz is taken. 

         
        • Almost 200 questions/answers
        • 0 CE hours
         
         
         
        • Online 
        • Open to all 
        • 0 CE hours 
        • Cost:  Free
         
        This online Exam alerts the inspector to areas of technical weakness.  The Exam is graded instantly with a weakness pie chart.  Members are required to pass this exam each year to remain in good standing.
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
        How to Perform Radon Inspections (Radon Measurement Service Provider) book 
        (312 pages)
         
         
         
         
        A must for every inspector! 
         
         
        Visually educational!
         
         
        Learn how to say it right.
         
         
        book  (100 pages)
         
        This book helps reduce inspector liability and gets home inspectors more inspection work while helping homeowners keep their homes in top condition.
         
         
        (56 pages)
         
        (36 pages)
         
        (104 pages)
         
        Inspecting HVAC Systems book (131 pages)
         
        (130 pages)
         
         
         
         
        • Online
        • More than 500,000 posts
        • Open to all
        • Cost:  Free
        InterNACHI's photo message board is an interactive way to learn from others in the inspection industry.  Many threads are technical and educational in nature.
         
         
        • Online video show
        • Dozens of episodes
        • Varying CE hours
        • Open to members for free
        • Open to non-members for a fee
        • Cost: Free
         
        NACHI.TV is the inspection industry's online video resource.  All episodes are always available from anywhere, anytime.  Many are educational.  Episode subjects include inspecting stairways, environmental issues, green building, water quality, HVAC, electrical inspections, and much more, with new episodes added every month.
         
        $39... and keep the flash drive!
         
        • Online
        • Searchable 
        • Thousands of inspection terms
        • Open to all
        • Cost:  Free
         
        InterNACHI's online Inspection Glossary is searchable and includes thousands of inspection terms and their definitions.
         
         
        • Downloadable
        • Open to all
        • Cost:  Free
         
         
        • Online 
        • More than 200 business and marketing tips
        • Open to all
        • Cost:  Free
         
        These inspector success tips are designed to keep the technically strong inspector competitive and always achieving in his/her business goals.
         
         
        • Classroom
        • More than 100 sections
        • 3 CE hours
        • Open to all
        • Cost:  Free
         
        This course takes the real estate agent/student through the entire inspection process, from writing an inspection addendum to handling post-closing complaints, covering nearly every inspection-related scenario, all with an emphasis on limiting agent liability. 
         
        Outside training:
         
        • Classroom
        • 16 CE hours
        • Open to all
        • Cost: $
         Outside training:
         
        • Webinar
        • Open to all
        • Cost: $
         
        InterNACHI is an Educational Member of the NEHA (National Environmental Health Association).
        InterNACHI is a licensed Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation education provider.
        Delaware State Housing Authority
         
        Online Courses:

        Here are some important features that make InterNACHI's online courses superior to existing Continuing Education options:
         
        • Most courses are free.
        • The courses are written in pure XHTML code for quick loading.  The courses load fast on old computers, even with dial-up modems.
        • The courses are designed using a hierarchal menu, coupled with sequential page navigation.  This provides the student with the option to easily repeat areas of weakness.
        • The courses permit the student to start, stop and restart any part of the course as often as desired.
        • There is a variety of images referenced within the courses, including diagrams, illustrations and photos of actual defects.
        • Some illustrations can be enlarged for clearer viewing by clicking on them.
        • Some text is integrated into InterNACHI's Inspection Glossary.  Rolling over blue-colored terms provides their definition.
        • Some final exams use multiple-choice questions that reference images. 
        • The courses' quizzes and final exams have numerous advantages over traditional exam systems:
          1. The courses, quizzes and final exams incorporate built-in intelligence, which identifies and strengthens each student's unique subject weaknesses.
          2. Not only is each question weighted with regard to score, but each answer is weighted, as well as the correctness of each answer being weighted.
            1. Answers to easy questions are weighted such that the student is penalized, in terms of score, for answering incorrectly, but rewarded modestly for answering correctly.
            2. Answers to difficult questions are weighted such that the student is rewarded, in terms of score, for answering correctly, but not penalized for answering incorrectly.
            3. Answers to questions regarding basic safety and questions that every inspector should know the answers to are weighted such that the student is severely penalized, in terms of score, for answering incorrectly.
        • Upon passing a final exam, the student can print out a Certificate of Completion that is auto-generated in his/her own name.

         
        *Online Video Courses:
         
        InterNACHI and NACHI.TV have teamed up to create next-generation online education with NACHI.TV streaming video technology and InterNACHI’s state-of-the-art online education and testing systems.   You need not be a member of InterNACHI -- these courses are open to all.  
         
        Each course includes:
        • free, downloadable course materials (yours to keep);
        • inexpensive online video;
        • a free online final exam;
        • a free printable Certificate of Completion; and
        • InterNACHI, MICBIAC2, ASHI, and state Continuing Education approval. 
        InterNACHI requires that each inspector taking an online video course log in with his/her unique identification code at the start of the course, when s/he begins watching the video portion of the course, and when s/he begins the final exam. This identification is linked both to individual e-mail and mailing addresses, and to a credit card to prevent fraud. Our video partner (Reports, Inc.) stores information regarding the time each inspector purchased the video portion of the course and when they viewed that video. This information is stored with that inspector’s unique Internet Protocol (IP) address and is verified by InterNACHI before allowing the inspector to take the final exam. Finally, InterNACHI stores the time of the final exam, how long the inspector took to complete the timed exam, his/her final score, as well as each question asked and which answer the inspector provided for that question. All this information is stored securely over distributed databases and can be verified by InterNACHI at any time.
         
        Online and Video Courses:
         
        InterNACHI members who desire that InterNACHI automatically submit proof of completion to their state for Continuing Education credit purposes need only give us their state license number by clicking here: http://www.nachi.org/state-licenses
         
        The student's (InterNACHI member's) information is recorded on InterNACHI's servers for membership compliance verification, and automatically logs course completion into InterNACHI's online Continuing Education log.
         
        InterNACHI members will need their username and password.  If you have forgotten your password, CLICK HERE (for an instant response) or email fastreply@nachi.org and request it (don't forget to give us your name).  Non-members are welcome to take many of the courses at no charge as well, and can acquire a password on the first page of each course.
         
        You can transfer the education credits you earned as a non-member to your InterNACHI University transcript here: http://www.nachi.org/transfer-account.htm
         
        We ask that everyone send their comments and suggested additions to us to help us improve our courses. If you find errors, let us know.  Please contribute by emailing fastreply@nachi.org.
         
        Classroom Courses:
         
        InterNACHI and InterNACHI Chapters also host many approved classroom courses.  See www.nachi.org/events.htm
         
        Staff:
         
        Ben Gromicko
        Director of Online Education
        JW Wilson
        Education Consultant
         
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        Alabama Building Commission
        Alabama Real Estate Commission 
        Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth
        Mississippi Home Inspector Board
        Mississippi Real Estate Commission
        Missouri Real Estate Commission
        Montana Department of Labor and Industry, Business Standards Division
        Montana Department of Labor and Industry, Business Standards Division 2
        Mountain Metro Association of REALTORs
        National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)
        Nevada Department of Agriculture
        Nevada Department of Business and Industry, Real Estate Division
        New Hampshire Home Inspector Licensing Board
        New Hampshire Real Estate Commission 
        New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, Division of Consumer Affairs, State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, Home Inspection Advisory Committee
        New Jersey Real Estate Commission
        New Mexico Department of Agriculture
        North Carolina Real Estate Commission
        City of Toledo, Ohio
        Ohio Department of Commerce, Division of Real Estate & Professional Licensing
        Ohio Department of Health
        Oklahoma Department of Agriculture
        Oklahoma Real Estate Commission 
        Oklahoma State Department of Health, Occupational Licensing Division, Committee of Home Inspector Examiners
        Oregon Construction Contractors Board
        Oregon Department of Agriculture
        Oregon Real Estate Commission
        Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
        Rhode Island Division of Agriculture
        South Carolina and Clemson University Department of Pesticide Regulation
        South Carolina Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, Residential Builders Commission
        South Dakota Real Estate Commission
        Tennessee Department of Agriculture
        Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance, Division of Regulatory Boards, Home Inspector Licensing Division
        Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance, Home Inspector Licensing Division
        Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance, Home Inspector Licensing Division 2
        Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance, Home Inspector Licensing Division 3
        Tennessee Real Estate Commission
        Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC)
        United States EPA Environmental Protection Agency ENERGYSTAR and Indoor airPLUS
        U.S. EPA
        Utah Department of Agriculture
        Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets
        Virginia Board of Asbestos, Lead, Mold and Home Inspectors
        Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation
        Washington Department of Licensing Real Estate Services
        Washington State Department of Agriculture
        Washington State Home Inspector Advisory Licensing Board of the Department of Licensing
        West Virginia Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety, State Fire Marshal's Office
        Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing
        Wyoming Real Estate Commission
        Wyoming Department of Agriculture


        Note: Some states award different Continuing Education (CE) hours than InterNACHI.  Check your state in right-hand column. InterNACHI's method for calculating Continuing Education credit hours for all our courses.
         
        U.S. Department of Education study showing online courses are better than classroom courses
         
        InterNACHI.... #1 in inspector education!
         
        "The InterNACHI online CE courses are great, especially when they count in states that require this coursework. And, best of all, some of these classes are free! You saved me a ton of money this fall by having this education available online. No costs for fuel, meals and hotels!  Keep the courses coming!" -- Brian Bassett of www.wall2wallhomeinspections.com
         
        "This is really great news. For over five years now, I have had to seek CE outside of InterNACHI and it has cost me several thousand dollars to meet my state's Continuing Education requirements. I would like to personally thank InterNACHI and the State of Mississippi for supporting all home inspectors throughout the great State of Mississippi." -- Frank Magdefrau of www.DesotoHomeInspection.com
         
        "I wanted to tell you how impressed and thankful with all the support / education I am able to get through InterNACHI. I have seen many of your videos and education classess that you have done. I feel it definitely supports my dedication to “knowledge is power”. -- Herb Castle of MN State Inspection Services.

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