Washington State Home Inspector Licensing Board Approves InterNACHI's Free, Online Courses
If you weren’t licensed before September 1, 2009, you’re required to take a board-approved, 120-hour Fundamentals of Home Inspection course, and mentor with an experienced home inspector for 40 hours of field training. For details on licensure, click here.
Continuing Education (online & free to members):
To renew your home inspector license, you must complete 24 hours of approved home inspector continuing education since you last renewed.
InterNACHI is a WA-approved course provider. Click "Continuing education courses" and scroll down the page.
InterNACHI's online courses are available to members for free. Not a member? Join now. After joining as a member, you'll have access to everything you need to be successful, including all of InterNACHI's online training, certifications, Continuing Education, marketing, and business services. InterNACHI has everything you need, all in one place. Read our free Inspection Business Quick Guide.
The following online courses are approved by the Washington Department of Licensing for home inspector Continuing Education (free to members):
- Inspecting HVAC Systems (#124, 12 CE, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning)
- How to Inspect the Attic, Insulation, Ventilation and Interior (#125, 12 CE, Structures, Ventilation, and Interior)
- How to Perform Exterior Inspections (#126, 16 CE, Exteriors)
- How to Perform Residential Electrical Inspections (#127, 4 CE, Electrical)
- Safe Practices for the Home Inspector (#128, 4 CE, Environmental or Hazardous Materials)
- How to Perform Deck Inspections (#132, 3 CE, Exteriors and Structures)
- Inspecting Foundation Walls and Piers (#133, 3 CE, Exteriors and Structures)
- Log Home Inspection (#134, 8 CE, Structures, Environmental or Hazardous Materials)
- Residential Plumbing Overview for Inspectors (#135, 8 CE, Plumbing)
- How to Inspect for Moisture Intrusion (#136, 8 CE, Structures and Exteriors)
- Structural Issues for Home Inspectors (#137, 4 CE, Structures and Exteriors)
- How to Perform Roof Inspections (#139, 4 CE, Structures, Exteriors, and Ventilation)
- Radon Measurement Service Provider (#145, 16 CE, Environmental and Hazardous Materials)
- How to Inspect Manufactured and Mobile Homes (#214, 12 CE, Structures, Plumbing, Electrical, Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Exteriors, Interiors, Report Writing)
- How to Perform Energy Audits (#198, 24 CE)
- Customer Service and Communication for Inspectors (#203, 4 CE)
- The House as a System (#241, 2 CE)
New Marketing Strategy for Inspectors:
Here's a new marketing strategy for Michigan home inspectors: Licensed real estate agents can attain free Continuing Education credits by contacting their favorite InterNACHI member. InterNACHI provides free online CE courses to real estate professionals in Washington. Visit http://www.nachi.org/washington-real-estate-licensing-school-provider.htm for more information on how to market this opportunity to real estate agents.
Business & Marketing (free to members):
Free, online "Home Inspection Business Course": nachi.org/become-home-inspector-business-course-101
InterNACHI's Marketing Team will design a new logo for your inspection business or re-design your existing logo, and design and customize your business cards, flyers and brochures. It's all for free. Take a look at the free design work we've done for our members (free to members). Contact the Inspector Marketing Department today.
Home Energy Report™ Software (free to members):
No infrared, no blower door, and no additional training needed. Visit nachi.org/home-energy-inspection