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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
  • 50-question final exam
Approved by
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education

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.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 41 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 22 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 60-question final exam
Approved by
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 20-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 16 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 6 sections
  • 25-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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)
  • 35-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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)
  • 25 sections
  • 9 quizzes
  • 50-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Colorado State Plumbing Board
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 36 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 17 sections
  • 6 quizzes
  • 75-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Ohio Division of Real Estate and Professional Licensing (Home Inspectors)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 75-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Colorado State Plumbing Board
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 63 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • 11 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 70-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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.

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 51 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 49 sections
  • 12 quizzes
  • 60-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Ohio Division of Real Estate and Professional Licensing (Home Inspectors)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 47 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 42 sections
  • 8 quizzes
  • 75-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Mississippi State Board of Contractors
  • Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 57 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 50 sections
  • 18 quizzes
  • 60-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 35 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 24 sections
  • 5 quizzes
  • 25-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Ohio Division of Real Estate and Professional Licensing (Home Inspectors)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 46 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 18 sections
  • 5 quizzes
  • 50-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 52 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 31 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 70-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Colorado State Plumbing Board
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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

  • Free for non-members
  • 49 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 30 sections
  • 13 quizzes
  • 35-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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

  • Available to non-members for a fee
  • 34 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 19 sections
  • 3 quizzes
  • 40-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 45 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 31 sections
  • 8 quizzes
  • 100-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 46 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 24 sections
  • 12 quizzes
  • 60-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • RI Contractors' Registration and Licensing Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry

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
  • 51 approved credit hours (may be different in your state - see course approvals below)
  • Required for Certified Professional Inspector certification
  • 23 sections
  • 8 quizzes
  • 100-question final exam
Approved by
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board
  • Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation
  • IDFPR, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation
  • South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation
  • Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance
  • New Jersey Home Inspection Advisory Committee
  • Nevada Real Estate Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industries Board Home Inspector Division
  • Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors
  • MHIB, Mississippi Home Inspector Board
  • New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors
  • TREC, Texas Real Estate Commission - Continuing Education
  • Washington State Department of Licensing
  • Virginia Department of Professional & Occupational Regulation
  • Maryland Commission of Real Estate Appraisers and Home Inspectors
  • NCHILB, North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board
  • ICC, International Code Council
  • Building Performance Institute (BPI)
  • Louisiana State Board of Home Inspectors
  • Oregon Construction Contractors Board
  • Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
  • West Virginia State Fire Marshall's Office
  • Delaware Board of Home Inspectors
  • South Carolina Residential Builders Commission
  • North Dakota Licensing Division
  • Service Alberta Home Inspector Licensing
  • Arizona State Board of Technical Registration
  • Alabama Division of Construction Management
  • Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA)
  • United States Department of Education
  • New Mexico Home Inspector Licensing
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry