Free Home Inspector Training

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InterNACHI's Residential Standards of Practice Course Standards

The goal of this course is to teach the student standards to which a home inspector performs a home inspection. It is based upon the InterNACHI Residential Standards of Practice and covers the various components and systems that should be inspected. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 3 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 19 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 12,142 words
  • 75-question final exam

How to Perform Roof Inspections Course Roofs and Attics

The goal of this course is to teach inspectors how to inspect the roof-covering system of a home. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 14 sections
  • 8 quizzes
  • 28,161 words
  • 100-question final exam

How to Perform Residential Electrical Inspections Course Electrical

The goal of this course is to teach students how to perform electrical inspections on a home. It includes a review of the service entrance, grounding, and electrical safety issues. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 12 sections
  • 7 quizzes
  • 29,775 words
  • 100-question final exam
Approved by
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation

How to Perform Wind Mitigation Inspections Course Exterior

The goal of this course is to properly perform wind mitigation inspections complete a wind mitigation inspection form for homeowners and insurers. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 16 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 25 sections
  • 11 quizzes
  • 31,790 words
  • 50-question final exam
Approved by
  • CILB

Professionalism: Sales, Customer Service, & Communication Course Communication

The goal of this course is to teach the student about professionalism, including customer service and communication. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,316 words
  • 50-question final exam

Structural Issues for Home Inspectors Course Structure

The goal of this course is to teach inspectors how to inspect the structural systems and components of a home. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 11 sections
  • 3 quizzes
  • 8,943 words
  • 40-question final exam
Approved by
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board

Vermiculite Insulation Environmental

This mini-course teaches inspectors how to recognize vermiculite and how to report its presence using guidelines drawn from the EPA, IAC2 and InterNACHI.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 6 sections
  • 2 quizzes
  • 1,376 words

Water Heater Discharge Piping Plumbing

This mini-course teaches inspectors how to recognize improperly installed TPR valve discharge piping.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1,189 words

Emergency Egress Interior

This mini-course teaches inspectors how to recognize missing or obstucted basement and bedroom emergency egresses.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1,246 words

Log Home Inspection Course Structure

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors how to inspect log homes. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 17 sections
  • 30 quizzes
  • 35,369 words
  • 100-question final exam
Approved by
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board

Green Building Inspection Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors what green building is, why green building techniques are important, and how to recognize green systems and features in homes. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 21 sections
  • 45 quizzes
  • 46,174 words
  • 100-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education

Safe Practices for the Home Inspector Course General

This course teaches the inspector how to be safe on an inspection. This course is ICC-approved.

  • Free for non-members
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 17 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 47,258 words
  • 35-question final exam
Approved by
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division

Residential Plumbing Overview for Inspectors Course Plumbing

The goal of this course is to teach inspectors how to perform an inspection of the plumbing system of a home. It includes a review of leaks, inadequate water supplies, water contamination, and incorrect installations of components. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 19 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 34,614 words
  • 70-question final exam
Approved by
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance

Inspecting the Means of Egress Course Interior

The goal of this course is to teach the student to perform accurate inspections of the means of egress in a home. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 998 words
  • 58-question final exam
Approved by
  • Nevada Real Estate Division

How to Inspect Water Heater Tanks Course Plumbing

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors how to inspect residential water heater tanks, including fuel and electric water heater tanks. This course is ICC approved and is part of the four-point inspection certification.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 956 words
  • 60-question final exam
Approved by
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board

Infrared Thermography Inspection Training Course Building Science

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors about infrared thermography and its applications for inspecting residential properties. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 5 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,000 words
  • 60-question final exam

Advanced Inspection of Crawlspaces Course Structure

The goal of this course is to teach students how to inspect crawlspaces of homes. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 3 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,553 words
  • 60-question final exam

Commercial Property Inspection Prerequisite Course Commercial

The goal of this course is to provide best practices and reasonable approaches for inspecting commercial properties through an examination of the International Standards of Practice for Inspecting Commercial Properties. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 13 sections
  • 20 quizzes
  • 31,674 words
  • 20-question final exam
Approved by
  • ICC, International Code Council

Inspecting Foundation Walls and Piers Course Structure

The goal of this course is to teach the inspector how to evaluate foundation walls and piers, including new innovations in the foundation and concrete industries. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 3 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 3 quizzes
  • 17,985 words
  • 30-question final exam

How to Perform Mold Inspections Course Environmental

The goal of this course is to teach the student all about mold and how to perform a proper mold inspection. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 12 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 11 quizzes
  • 55,801 words
  • 120-question final exam

Advanced Mold Inspection Training Course Environmental

The goal of the course is to train and certify mold inspectors in how to perform mold inspections of homes. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 12 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,147 words
  • 120-question final exam

Wood-Destroying Organism Inspection Course Structure

This course teaches the inspector how to inspect for indications of infestation of wood-destroying organisms that may exist in a building using a visual-only examination. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 12 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 10 quizzes
  • 64,212 words
  • 100-question final exam
Approved by
  • California Department of Pesticide Regulation
  • Delaware Department of Agriculture
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • Georgia Department of Agriculture
  • Office of Indiana State Chemist
  • Kansas Home Inspector Regulatory Board
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources
  • Maryland Department of Agriculture
  • Montana Department of Agriculture
  • North Carolina Department of Agriculture
  • New Mexico Department of Agriculture
  • Nevada Department of Agriculture
  • Oklahoma Department of Agriculture
  • Oregon Department of Agriculture
  • Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
  • Rhode Island Department of Agriculture
  • South Carolina Department of Agriculture
  • Tennessee Department of Agriculture
  • Vermont Department of Agriculture
  • Washington Department of Agriculture
  • Wyoming Department of Agriculture

25 Standards Every Inspector Should Know Course Standards

The goal of this course is to teach 25 building standards and good practices related to inspecting systems and components in a residential dwelling. It is intended to raise the awareness and understanding of numerous building standards and good practices. Learning and understanding these standards will allow the inspector to effectively recognize defects in condition and installation. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 5 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 6 quizzes
  • 9,183 words
  • 75-question final exam

Advanced HVAC Training for Inspectors Course HVAC

The goal of this training video is to teach home inspector how to perform visual inspections of HVAC systems in homes. This course is ICC approved and is part of the four-point inspection certification.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 21 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,722 words
  • 150-question final exam
Approved by
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development

How to Inspect for Moisture Intrusion Course Building Science

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to identify and report on moisture intrusion in homes and commercial buildings. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 10 sections
  • 5 quizzes
  • 34,564 words
  • 50-question final exam

Building Science and Infrared Thermal Imaging for Inspectors Course Building Science

The goal of this online video training course is to teach home and commercial building inspectors the principles of building science and the application of thermal imaging with infrared camera technology. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 5 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 745 words
  • 50-question final exam
Approved by
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation

Advanced Stucco & EIFS Inspection Training for Inspectors Course Exterior

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to visually inspect a house that has stucco or EIFS exterior covering materials. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 16 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 20 sections
  • 21 quizzes
  • 3,818 words
  • 50-question final exam

South Africa: Soils, Substructure, and Superstructure Course Structure

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to inspect the structural systems and components of a house in South Africa.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 7 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 14,681 words
  • 100-question final exam

How to Perform Deck Inspections Course Decks

This course teaches the inspector to perform residential and commercial wood deck inspections. It includes a review of all common deck defects. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 3 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 14 sections
  • 5 quizzes
  • 7,076 words
  • 25-question final exam
Approved by
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors

Advanced Electrical Inspection Training Course Electrical

The goal of this course is to teach how to inspect a residential electrical panel, including identifying common electrical violations, defects and concerns. This course is ICC approved and is part of the four-point inspection certification.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,048 words
  • 25-question final exam
Approved by
  • Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (Electrical Licensing & Certification)

How to Inspect the Exterior Course Exterior

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to inspect the exterior systems and components of a home. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 16 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 41 sections
  • 18 quizzes
  • 56,469 words
  • 60-question final exam

How to Inspect HVAC Systems Course HVAC

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to inspect the HVAC system, including the heating, cooling and fireplace. 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. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 12 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 31 sections
  • 8 quizzes
  • 37,470 words
  • 75-question final exam

10 Steps to Performing a Roof Inspection Course Roofs and Attics

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to perform a residential roof inspection and recognize general roof defects. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,333 words
  • 25-question final exam

How to Inspect the Attic, Insulation, Ventilation & Interior Course Interior

The goal of this course is to teach students how to perform an inspection of the attic, insulation, ventilation and interior of a house. This course also covers information on skylights. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 14 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 35 sections
  • 12 quizzes
  • 41,698 words
  • 60-question final exam
Approved by
  • Washington State Department of Licensing

Fundamentals of Inspecting the Exterior Course Exterior

The goal of this course is to teach the student the fundamentals of how to inspect the exterior of a house. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,128 words
  • 30-question final exam

How to Inspect Septic Systems Course Septic

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors how to perform an inspection of the septic system of a home. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 10 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 24 sections
  • 9 quizzes
  • 27,522 words
  • 50-question final exam

How to Perform Home Energy Audits Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors how to perform a home energy audit. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 24 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 25 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 78,978 words
  • 75-question final exam

Customer Service and Communication for Inspectors Course Communication

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors how to better serve clients by providing great customer service and using effective communication. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 10 quizzes
  • 23,418 words
  • 50-question final exam

How to Perform Deck Inspections Video Course Decks

This video course teaches the inspector to perform residential and commercial wood deck inspections. It includes a review of all common deck defects. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 5 quizzes
  • 1,000 words
  • 25-question final exam

Wind & Hail Property Damage Inspection Course Environmental

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors how to identify and inspect for wind and hail damage on roof coverings and other property components. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 3 quizzes
  • 1,038 words
  • 45-question final exam

How to Inspect Pools and Spas Course Exterior

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors how to inspect pools and spas. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 12 quizzes
  • 25,810 words
  • 75-question final exam

Inspecting Portable Fire Extinguishers Course Interior

The goal of this course is to teach students how to perform monthly inspections of portable fire extinguishers in residential and commercial properties. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,092 words
  • 10-question final exam

Inspecting Commercial Electrical Systems Course Commercial

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to perform inspections of the electrical systems at commercial properties. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 6 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 12 quizzes
  • 979 words
  • 75-question final exam

How to Inspect Manufactured and Mobile Homes Course Standards

This course teaches the inspector how to perform the inspection of a manufactured or mobile home. It is based upon the U.S. Housing and Urban Development's Standards for Manufactured and Mobile Homes. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 12 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 17 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 42,361 words
  • 75-question final exam

Performing a Home Energy Audit Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to perform a full energy audit conducted on a typical house according to a national building performance technical standard. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,332 words
  • 50-question final exam

The House As a System Course Building Science

The goal of this course is to teach the student that a house is a system of interdependent parts: mechanical and physical components. When they all work together, the house is comfortable, safe, efficient, and durable. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 4 quizzes
  • 6,177 words
  • 20-question final exam

Australia: Introduction to the Australian Standards of Practice Course Standards

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to perform a home inspection according to the InterNACHI Australia Standards of Practice for inspecting Residential Properties.

  • Free for non-members
  • 1 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 11 sections
  • 11 quizzes
  • 15,934 words
  • 100-question final exam

Energy Movement for Inspectors Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors about home energy and protecting the environment. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 7 sections
  • 4 quizzes
  • 7,710 words
  • 50-question final exam

Comfort and Climate for Inspectors Course Indoor Air Quality

The goal of this course is to teach inspectors about comfort and climate conditions for occupants in a home. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 6 sections
  • 3 quizzes
  • 3,326 words
  • 20-question final exam

Indoor Air Quality for Inspectors Course Indoor Air Quality

The goal of this course is to teach inspectors about to inspect indoor air quality of homes. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 8 sections
  • 5 quizzes
  • 9,362 words
  • 50-question final exam

South Africa: Standards of Practice Course General

Welcome to InterNACHI South Africa's free, online Residential Standards of Practice course. This course is designed to review our residential Standards of Practice as it relates to performing a home inspection. It covers the various components and systems that should be inspected and those that need not be inspected. This class is free to InterNACHI members and non-members alike, and can be taken as often as desired with no penalty for failure. In keeping with our educational policies, this course counts 4 hours toward InterNACHI South Africa?s annual Continuing Education requirements.

  • Free for non-members
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 14 sections
  • 11 quizzes
  • 16,070 words
  • 100-question final exam

South Africa: Roof Inspection Course General

The goal of this course is to teach the home inspector in South Africa how to perform a roof inspection.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 19 sections
  • 19 quizzes
  • 39,236 words
  • 100-question final exam

Wind & Hail Inspection and Roof Replacement Course Roofs and Attics

The student will learn how a wind and hail inspection is performed, and how a roof, damaged by hail, is replaced. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 2 quizzes
  • 2,903 words
  • 35-question final exam

Ladder Safety Training Course Safety

The goal of this course is to teach the inspector how to use a ladder properly and safely. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 2,392 words
  • 35-question final exam

Exterior Safety for Inspectors and Contractors Course Safety

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. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 2,110 words
  • 30-question final exam

Nevada Home Inspectors Standards of Practice & Legal Rules Course General

The goal of this course is to teach the home inspector how to perform inspections according to the Nevada Standards of Practice and Legal Rules based on the Nevada Administrative Code for Inspectors of Structures.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 10 sections
  • 15 quizzes
  • 21,805 words
  • 50-question final exam

General Roof Inspection Training Video Course Roofs and Attics

The goal of this course is to teach the student to perform a residential roof inspection and recognize general roof defects. This course is ICC approved and is part of the four-point inspection certification.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,156 words
  • 50-question final exam

Inspecting Asphalt Shingle Roofs Course Roofs and Attics

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors how to perform an inspection of an asphalt shingle roof. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 21 quizzes
  • 1,280 words
  • 90-question final exam

Lead-Safe Work Practices for Home Inspectors Course Environmental

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors about lead-safe work practices required by contractors regulated under the EPA rule for lead-based paint. The course will help also home inspectors to use lead-safe work practices to prevent the creation of lead hazards during the process of performing home inspections in pre-1978 housing and child-occupied facilities. This course does NOT make you EPA-certified. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 3,334 words
  • 35-question final exam

Inspecting Wood Shingle and Shake Roofs Course Roofs and Attics

The goal of this course is go teach the student how to perform an inspection of a roof-covering material made out of wood shingle and shakes. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 907 words
  • 60-question final exam

Inspecting Tile Roofs Course Roofs and Attics

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to perform an inspection of a roof covering made out of tile. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,080 words
  • 35-question final exam

How to Inspect Appliances According to TREC Standards Course Interior

The goal of this course is to teach 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).

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 5 sections
  • 2 quizzes
  • 45,463 words
  • 50-question final exam

Calculating Envelope Energy Loss Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to calculate energy loss from the building envelope from a house. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 4,470 words
  • 25-question final exam

Inspecting Metal Roofs Course Roofs and Attics

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to inspect metal roofs. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,044 words
  • 15-question final exam

Defect Recognition and Report Writing Course Report Writing

The goal of this course is to teach the home inspector to write a comprehensive home inspection report according to the standards and the inspector's observations. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 23 sections
  • 9 quizzes
  • 21,674 words
  • 25-question final exam

Appliance Inspection for Home Inspectors Course Interior

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors how to perform appliance inspections as a supplement to the guidelines provided in InterNACHI's Standards of Practice for Performing a General Home Inspection. ICC approved. Note: For Texas inspectors, we have a TREC-approved "TREC Standards of Practice for Inspecting Appliances" online course for 8 IC credits.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 9 sections
  • 5 quizzes
  • 52,308 words
  • 50-question final exam

Inspecting HVAC Energy Efficiency for Inspectors Course HVAC

The goal of this course is to teach the student what it takes to operate a house, including the energy costs of the HVAC system. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 8 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 23 sections
  • 4 quizzes
  • 23,079 words
  • 60-question final exam
Approved by
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)

Home Energy Blower Door Training Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to perform a home energy inspection using a blower door. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 3 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 3 quizzes
  • 801 words
  • 30-question final exam

Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) Standard Inspection Form and Report Wri General

The goal of this course is to teach the Texas home inspector how to write a standard home inspection report according to Texas TREC standards.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 12 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 29 sections
  • 4 quizzes
  • 16,321 words
  • 100-question final exam

South Africa: Introduction to Home Inspections Course General

The goal of this course is to teach the South Africa home inspector to perform a home inspection according to a Standards of Practice.

  • Free for non-members
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 9 sections
  • 7 quizzes
  • 10,981 words
  • 50-question final exam

Home Energy Efficiency for Real Estate Professionals Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach real estate professionals how to help their clients in saving money by saving home energy. ICC- approved.

  • Free for non-members
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 22 sections
  • 5 quizzes
  • 24,126 words
  • 40-question final exam
Approved by
  • Real Estate Agents Authority of New Zealand
  • Alaska Real Estate Commission
  • Alabama Real Estate Commission
  • DCP: Connecticut Real Estate Commission
  • District of Columbia Real Estate Commission
  • DPR: Delaware Real Estate Commission
  • Georgia Real Estate Commission
  • Hawaii Dept. of Commerce and Consumer Affairs: Real Estate Branch (HIREC)
  • Indiana Real Estate Commission
  • Kansas Real Estate Commission
  • Maine Real Estate Commission
  • Michigan LARA: Real Estate
  • Mississippi Real Estate Commission
  • Montana Board of Realty Regulation
  • North Carolina Real Estate Commission
  • North Dakota Real Estate Commission
  • Nebraska Real Estate Commission
  • New Hampshire Real Estate Commission
  • New Jersey Real Estate Commission
  • New York Division of Licensing Services Real Estate
  • Ohio Division of Real Estate and Professional Licensing
  • Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
  • Oregon Real Estate Agency
  • Pennsylvania DOS: Real Estate Commission
  • OACIQ, Quebec Real Estate Brokerage Regulatory Organization
  • Rhode Island Real Estate
  • South Carolina LLR: Real Estate Commission
  • South Dakota DLR: Real Estate Commission
  • Tennessee Real Estate Commission
  • Virginia DPOR: Real Estate Board
  • Washington DOL: Real Estate Commission
  • Wisconsin Real Estate
  • Wyoming Real Estate Commission

Inspecting Slate Roofs Course Roofs and Attics

The goal of this course is to teach the home inspector how to perform an inspection of a slate roof. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 3 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 1,148 words
  • 30-question final exam

Saving Home Energy for Real Estate Professionals Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach the student how easy it is to reduce a home's energy use. ICC approved.

  • Free for non-members
  • 3 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 3 quizzes
  • 16,414 words
  • 25-question final exam
Approved by
  • Colorado DORA Division of Real Estate - Real Estate Commission
  • Florida Real Estate Commission

Home Energy Score for Real Estate Professionals Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach real estate professionals about the United State's 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. ICC approved.

  • Free for non-members
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 6,648 words
  • 20-question final exam
Approved by
  • Iowa Professional Licensing Bureau: Real Estate Commission
  • Vermont Real Estate Commission

Australia: Introduction to Home Inspections Course Standards

The goal of this course is to teach the home inspector in Australia how to perform a home inspection.

  • Free for non-members
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 7 sections
  • 7 quizzes
  • 10,754 words
  • 50-question final exam

InterNACHI Code of Ethics Course Ethics

The goal of the course is to teach InterNACHI members about the Code of Ethics for Home Inspectors.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 7 sections
  • 3 quizzes
  • 2,437 words
  • 15-question final exam

FRENCH home inspector exam General

  • Free for non-members
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 12 words
  • 120-question final exam

Home Inspection Business Course General

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

  • Free for non-members
  • 6 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 25 sections
  • 9 quizzes
  • 44,611 words
  • 50-question final exam

Roof Data Technician Course General

This is the Roof Data Technician Course for the Owens Corning Roof Program.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 5 quizzes
  • 1,261 words
  • 40-question final exam

Mexico: Introduccion a la Inspeccion Residencial de Pre-compra Curso General

Este curso en español provee un resumen de la industria de la inspección en propiedades residenciales.

  • Free for non-members
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 9 sections
  • 9 quizzes
  • 15,233 words
  • 100-question final exam

Texas TREC Wood-Destroying Insect Inspection, Treatment & Reporting Course Structure

The goal of this course is to teach home in Texas how to perform wood-destroying insect inspections according to Texas Real Estate Commission guidelines, as well as state-approved reporting methods using the appropriate forms. This course provides information, instruction and training for the wood-destroying insect (WDI) inspector. The student will learn how to identify and report an infestation of wood-destroying insects that may exist in a building using a visual examination. The student will also learn the best practices for treatment applications to control termite infestations. This course is not currently approved by Texas.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 4 quizzes
  • 19,496 words
  • 25-question final exam

How to Inspect Fireplaces, Stoves, and Chimneys Course General

The goal of this course is to teach inspectors how to inspect fireplaces, stoves and chimneys. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 12 quizzes
  • 18,991 words
  • 60-question final exam
Approved by
  • Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA)

Florida Mold Assessor & Remediator Continuing Education Course Indoor Air Quality

The goal of this course is to teach individuals how to perform a mold assessment and complete mold remediation work.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 14 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 9 sections
  • 6 quizzes
  • 51,173 words
  • 60-question final exam
Approved by
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation

Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course Indoor Air Quality

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to perform radon measurements. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 16 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 23 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 141,655 words
  • 120-question final exam
Approved by
  • Alaska Cooperative Extension
  • Alabama Department of Public Health
  • Arkansas Department of Health
  • Arizona Radiation Regulatory Agency
  • California Department of Public Health
  • Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division
  • District of Columbia Department of Environment
  • Delaware Health and Social Services
  • Georgia Radon Hotline
  • Hawaii Indoor Air Quality Program
  • IA Dept. of Public Health
  • Idaho Dept. of Health and Welfare
  • Indiana State Department of Health
  • Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment
  • Kentucky Radon Program
  • Maryland Department of the Environment
  • Maine Division of Environmental Health Radon Section
  • Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
  • Minnesota Dept. of Health, Indoor Air Program
  • Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
  • North Dakota Department of Health Radon Program
  • Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
  • Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services
  • New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services Radon Program
  • New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection - Division of Environmental Safety and Health
  • Nevada State Health Division
  • New York Department of Health
  • Ohio Department of Health
  • Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality Radon Program
  • Oregon Health Authority, Research and Education Section
  • Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
  • South Dakota Department of Environment & Natural Resources
  • Tennessee Radon Program
  • Texas Radiation Control Program for Indoor Radon
  • AARST NRPP
  • NRSB
  • Virginia Department of Health
  • Vermont Department of Health
  • Washington State department of Health
  • Wisconsin Department of Health Services
  • West Virginia Radiation, Toxics & Indoor Air Division
  • Wyoming Radon Project

Illinois Standards of Practice and Legal Issues for Home Inspectors Course General

The goal of this course is to teach inspectors about the Illinois Standards of Practice and legal issues for licensed home inspectors in Illinois.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 3 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 13 sections
  • 4 quizzes
  • 18,292 words
  • 30-question final exam

Indiana Licensure Law & Regulations for Home Inspectors Course General

The goal of this course is for the home inspector to understand Indiana’s laws and regulations concerning the licensed home inspectors.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 3 quizzes
  • 9,980 words
  • 30-question final exam

Residential Structural Design for Home Inspectors Course General

The goal of this course is to teach students how to inspect a residential building using fundamental structural principles and a comprehensive design approach that draws on existing and innovative engineering technologies in a practical manner. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 19 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 11 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 78,214 words
  • 70-question final exam

New Jersey Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course Indoor Air Quality

This course trains individuals to become certified radon measurement providers in New Jersey.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 28 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 45 sections
  • 25 quizzes
  • 158,867 words
  • 120-question final exam

Inspecting Commercial HVAC Systems Course Commercial

The goal of this course is to teach the student how to perform inspections of commercial HVAC (heating, ventilating, and air conditioning) systems at commercial buildings. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 4 quizzes
  • 937 words
  • 25-question final exam

Meth House Hazards and Remediation Course Safety

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors about methamphetamine hazards in buildings to keep themselves and building occupants safe during a home inspection. This course does not train or certify home inspectors to identify, sample, confirm or remediate methamphetamine hazards. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 10 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 15 sections
  • 9 quizzes
  • 18,949 words
  • 100-question final exam

How to Inspect Private Drinking Water Wells Course Plumbing

The goal of this course is to teach good practices related to inspecting systems and components in private wells. It is intended to raise the awareness and understanding of the importance of well water quality and safety. Learning and understanding these standards will allow the inspector to effectively recognize defects in condition and installation of well components and systems. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 12 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 29 sections
  • 15 quizzes
  • 24,146 words
  • 90-question final exam

Illinois Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course Indoor Air Quality

This course trains individuals to become certified radon measurement providers in Illinois.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 28 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 25 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 123,358 words
  • 120-question final exam
Approved by
  • lllinois Division of Nuclear Safety

How to Perform Tree Inspections Course Exterior

The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors some of the most common tree hazards, how to spot them, and what to do about them. Throughout this course, the process of a tree inspection will be laid out in detail. However, it is important to remember that, as a home inspector, you are responsible only for the general visual inspection of the home. The content in this course is meant to educate you on the specific subject of trees so you can better identify potential dangers and hazards. ICC approved.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 7 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 12 sections
  • 9 quizzes
  • 16,543 words
  • 55-question final exam

Advanced Residential Roof Inspection Course Roofs and Attics

The goal of this course is to teach the inspectors how to inspect the roof-covering system of a home and identify roof defects from manufacturing, installation, natural weathering, and wind and hail damage.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 22 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 26 sections
  • 19 quizzes
  • 95,328 words
  • 60-question final exam

TREC Home Energy Score for Real Estate Professionals Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach real estate professionals about the United State's 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.

  • Free for non-members
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 3,274 words
  • 20-question final exam
Approved by
  • Texas Real Estate Commission

Texas TREC Standards of Practice Review Course Standards

The goal of this course is to teach students the Texas Real Estate Inspector Standards of Practice

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 5 sections
  • 9 quizzes
  • 19,058 words
  • 109-question final exam

California Home Energy Score for Real Estate Professionals Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach real estate professionals about the United State's 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.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 6,646 words
  • 20-question final exam

California Home Energy Efficiency for Real Estate Professionals Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach real estate professionals how to help their clients in saving money by saving home energy.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 22 sections
  • 5 quizzes
  • 24,110 words
  • 40-question final exam
Approved by
  • California Bureau of Real Estate

California Saving Home Energy for Real Estate Professionals Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach the student how easy it is to reduce a home's energy use.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 3 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 3 quizzes
  • 16,358 words
  • 25-question final exam

Texas TREC Legal and Ethics Course Ethics

The goal of this course is to teach students the Texas Real Estate Inspector Legal and Ethics Rules and Updates.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 7 sections
  • 2 quizzes
  • 21,787 words
  • 34-question final exam

How to Perform a Garage Inspection Course Exterior

This course teaches inspectors how to inspect a residential garage. It includes a review of common defects found in a garage.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 4 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 16 sections
  • 8 quizzes
  • 6,284 words
  • 20-question final exam

How to Inspect Lawn Irrigation Systems Course Exterior

This video course covers the inspection of lawn irrigation systems.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 11 sections
  • 7 quizzes
  • 953 words
  • 25-question final exam

TREC Saving Home Energy for Real Estate Professionals Course Home Energy

The goal of this course is to teach the student how easy it is to reduce a home's energy use.

  • Free for non-members
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 3 quizzes
  • 16,402 words
  • 25-question final exam

Curso Sobre El Código de Ética de InterNACHI Ethics

Spanish version of Code of Ethics Course.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 6 sections
  • 3 quizzes
  • 2,235 words
  • 15-question final exam

Cours du Code de Déontologie d'InterNACHI Ethics

The goal of the course is to teach French-speaking inspectors about the Code of Ethics for Home Inspectors.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 1 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 6 sections
  • 3 quizzes
  • 2,236 words
  • 22-question final exam

How to Inspect Swimming Pools Video Course Exterior

This video course covers the inspection of residential pools.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 15 sections
  • 5 quizzes
  • 7,120 words
  • 30-question final exam

Cours sur les Normes de Pratique Résidentielles d'InterNACHI Standards

L'objectif de ce cours est d'enseigner aux étudiants les normes qu'un inspecteur immobilier doit suivre lorsqu'il effectue une inspection d'une propriété résidentielle. Il est basé sur les Normes de Pratique Résidentielles d'InterNACHI et couvre les divers composants et systèmes qui doivent être inspectés. Approuvé par l'ICC.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 3 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 15 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 15,401 words

Certified Drone Pilot Training Course Commercial

Upon completing of the course, the student will possess the knowledge and abilities to manage the risks of flight as a certified drone pilot.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 10 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 18 sections
  • 9 quizzes
  • 40,409 words
  • 60-question final exam

North Carolina Statutes, Standards of Practice & Code of Ethics Standards

This course goes over North Carolina Statutes, Standards of Practice & Code of Ethics

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 2 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 5 sections
  • 2 quizzes
  • 7,449 words

Tennessee 90-Hour Pre-Licensing Course General

90 hour pre-licensing.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 90 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)