"The certification mark, as used by persons authorized by the certifier, certifies that the inspections of residential and commercial buildings provided have been performed by an inspector who has met the online examination requirements as established by the certifier."The Certified Professional Inspector CPI® certification program is accredited by ACCET, a national accrediting agency of the U.S. Department of Education. Verify accreditation. To use the Certified Professional Inspector CPI® certification and logo, the individual must pass the Online Inspector Exam at www.nachi.org/aboutexam. To become a Certified Professional Inspector CPI®, visit www.nachi.org/cpi-requirements.
The Home Inspector Job Task Analysis lists all of the tasks Certified Professional Inspector CPI® may perform, as well as the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA) required, to do these tasks and perform competently as a professional home inspector. A job task analysis is a foundation for any valid credentialing program and helps identify the core knowledge areas, critical work functions, and skills typically found across a representative sampling of current practitioners or job incumbent workers.
If it comes to our attention that you are using "Certified Professional Inspector®," "CPI" or "C.P.I." in marketing yourself or your company, be alerted that your use of that designation is a direct infringement on InterNACHI's ownership, as it can cause confusion in the industry and dilutes InterNACHI's marks.