Diversifying your inspection services is the key to success. InterNACHI® offers its members more than 60 different types of inspector certification programs and credentials provided by our home inspector college (internachi.edu).
To become an InterNACHI® Certified Home Inspector and attain the Certified Professional Inspector (CPI)® credential, visit the home inspector certification requirements.
|INSPECTOR CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS & CREDENTIALS|
(free & online for members)
|Healthy||Vendor||Fire||Indoor Air||Meth||Lawn Irrigation|
|Well||First Time||Buy Back||Crawlspace||Repair||Water|
|Exterior||Home Energy||Roof Data||Certified||Wind Mitigation||Honor|
|11th Month||Annual||Commercial||Deck||Expert||Home Energy|
A credential is issued by a third party, such as InterNACHI®, with authoritative power, and is proof of an individual’s qualification or competence in a given subject. Possessing a home inspector credential helps a person to prove competency and capability and also demonstrates that the individual is competent, properly trained and certified, and possesses the knowledge, skills and abilities to carry out his or her job. To sit for a credential exam, an individual must possess certain requirements — a set level of education, experience or a combination of both. Credentials serve as verification that a professional has achieved a baseline level of competency in his or her subject matter.