Continuing Education for Florida-Licensed Home Inspectors (free & online)

    According to the DBPR Rule as of October 22, 2013, licensed home inspectors in Florida are required to complete at least fourteen (14) hours of Continuing Education credits prior to their expiration of their license. 12 hours must be based on the components of a home (or "General"), and 2 hours must be based on hurricane wind mitigation (or "Hurricane").
    InterNACHI's How to Perform Wind Mitigation Inspections Course, #0000059, is approved for 16 hours (14 of General and 2 hours Hurricane). View course approval.

    Free, Online Continuing Education Courses:

    Licensed Mold Assessors and Remediators in Florida can attain Continuing Education credits by taking InterNACHI's free, online mold course.
    Licensed Home Inspectors in Florida can attain Continuing Education credits by taking the following, free, online courses that are approved by Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation (DBPR). The courses are online & free for members. Not a member? Join now.

      120-Hour Home Inspector Pre-Licensing (online & free for members):

      To become a licensed home inspector in Florida, you have to:


      Proctored Home Inspector State Exam (online, open to everyone):

      To become a Licensed Home Inspector in Florida, you're required to take a state exam. InterNACHI's online exam is approved by DBPR. To take the InterNACHI FL Home Inspector Licensing Exam, visit The exam questions are extracted from the 120-hour online pre-licensing course (free to members).

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