InterNACHI-ECO's 2-day seminar on Inspecting and Indentifying Heritage Homes.

UPDATE:  KAREA's VP attending.
 
 
Kingston, Ontario 

We are pleased to announce the confirmation of a two-day seminar/field trip on "Inspecting and Identifying Heritage Homes".

This seminar was originally produced by Cam Allen for another home inspection association, which felt it would be too technical for most home inspectors. Cam introduced it to a number of attendees at the InterNACHI-ECO September meeting in Kingston, where he received a very positive response.

We are now prepared to offer this seminar to anyone who is interested... however you should have at least, some level of home inspection experience to realize the full potential of participating in this seminar.

LOCATION: Minos Uptown Village, Kingston Ontario http://www.minos1.com/contact.shtml 

DATE: Weekend of December 11-12, 2004 

TIMES: 
 
Saturday: 8:30am Breakfast

9:00am Part One, Inspecting and Identifying Heritage Homes

12:00pm -1:00pm Lunch

1:00pm to 4:00pm Bus Tour of Heritage Homes

Sunday: 8:30am - Breakfast

9:00am -10:30am Dan Buckley on Heritage Structural Review and Repairs

10.30am -12:00pm Dave Ottenhoff on Heritage Masonry Review and Repairs

12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch

1:00pm - 2:30pm Writing Heritage Home Inspection Reports, and Final Wrap-up

INTRODUCTION TO THE SPEAKERS 

Dan Buckley is a multi-ticketed carpenter with 25 years experience in Heritage Renovations and Rebuilding in the Kingston Region. Dan brings one of the broadest ranges of experience in Kingston to the seminar.

Dave Ottenhoff is a Heritage Mason, undoubtedly one of the top two in Kingston and he brings nearly 25 years of Heritage Masonry experience to the seminar.

Cam Allen is Licensed Industrial Woodworker, holds a Diploma in Civil Engineering Technology (USA) and is an RHI. He has over 25 years experience in contract woodworking, new home construction and heritage renovations. He has been inspecting homes for almost 6 years, having completed over 3000 home inspections, of which one third were pre-war to century-plus homes. Cam has also taught the OAHI Defect Recognition Course and is a member of InterNACHI.

InterNACHI SUPPORT 

We were pleased to receive a direct donation from InterNACHI to cover the entire cost of the breakfast and lunch menus for both days. InterNACHI-ECO would like to thank InterNACHI National for this continued support.

HOW DO I GET TO GO? 

You must register with InterNACHI-ECO Chairperson, Gil Strachan and submit your payment NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 1st, 2004. Payment in advance is required to confirm your seat at this first-rate training event. It is on a first come-first served basis and will be limited to the first 25 attendees. (Everyone on the early-bird interest list will have "first dibs" on sign-up.)

The cost for both days is 150.00, which includes your meals, two books (one about heritage buildings and the other on identifying heritage homes) which will be distributed to everyone attending. The cost of the bus tour is also included. 

RSVP: nachi-eco@sympatico.ca 

Once the seminar is full we will announce this on the InterNACHI Website.

SEE YOU IN KINGSTON IN DECEMBER! 

East-central Ontario Chapter of InterNACHI.
 
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