InterNACHI® members have free and unlimited access to all of the InterNACHI® School's online courses. Some online courses are open and free to everyone. The InterNACHI® School is the only home inspector school accredited by a national accrediting agency of the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) and is a Member College of the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC) of Canada. To access any or all of the online courses, non-members must pay $49 per month or $499 per year (the same fees that members pay).
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.
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.
The goal of this course is to teach the student to perform accurate inspections of the means of egress in a home. ICC approved.
Log Home Inspection Course Structure
The goal of this course is to teach home inspectors how to inspect log homes. ICC approved.
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.
Ce cours enseigne à l'inspecteur comment effectuer des inspections de terrasses en bois résidentielles et commerciales. Il comprend un examen de tous les défauts courants du pont.
In this course for real estate professionals, the student will learn what really matters in a home inspection; how a home inspection is conducted; how a home works; what problems in a house look like; how to fix house problems; and how to maintain a home.
This course teaches the inspector about the causes of rust and corrosion and the appropriate measures to take to identify and reduce corrosion of metal connectors and fasteners in coastal area homes and buildings.
The goal of this course is to teach the student the Home Inspection Standards of Practice; how to perform a home inspection; how a home works; how to find defects that may exist in a house; how to fix those defects; how to maintain a home; and how to save home energy.
The goal of this course is to teach new and established home inspectors how which business entities, write and use a contract, what documents are relevant to risk mitigation, and important considerations when communicating with clients to consider when attempting to reduce claims filed against them.
This InterNACHI® online course is sourced directly from the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). If you have an FAA-issued Remote Pilot Certificate, you are required to have registered with the FAA and completed an FAA online training course on the FAA.gov website within the previous 24 calendar months to operate UAS under part 107. The goal of this course is to ensure the student's continued understanding of Part 107 rules and the latest changes to the operating requirements and limitations for FAA-certified drone pilots. This course will help you take and pass the FAA recurrent training course and exam.
Advanced Radon Measurement Service Provider Course (NJ Candidate) Indoor Air Quality
The goal of this course is to teach the student how to perform radon measurements. This course is required by New Jersey for those radon candidates looking to be licensed by the state.
The goal of this course is to teach students the Texas Real Estate Inspector Legal and Ethics Rules and Standards of Practice updates.
Radon Measurement Professional Initial Training Course Indoor Air Quality
The goal of this course is to train the student to become a certified radon measurement professional. Upon completion of this course, the student will be eligible to take the NRPP Measurement Professional certification exam.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: (a) inspect the components of the flashing installed at a masonry chimney stack; (b) identify and describe each component of the masonry chimney flashing; and (c) describe to clients the flashing areas where potential defects related to improper installation may be observed during an inspection.
The goal of this course is to teach students the New Mexico Home Inspection Standards of Practice
The goal of this course is to teach students how a code officer inspects a home, building, or structure in order to enforce the minimum maintenance standards and condition of homes, buildings, and structures in the local jurisdiction to help ensure they are safe, sanitary, and fit for occupation and use.
This course has been designed to familiarize Arizona home inspectors on Arizona standards of practice as well as pertinent forms and legal issues and rules
**To earn the four credit hours of continuing education this course's final exam must be proctored** Learn how to communicate, resolve issues, and identify, prevent, and react to sexual harassment in the workplace.
Master Class for Home Inspectors General
Master inspection, business, and marketing essentials by taking this class which provides everything the student needs to become a certified home inspector and build a successful home inspection business. This free, online course includes live, face-to-face coaching sessions with the instructor.