InterNACHI® School (internachi.edu) offers a tuition-free Home Inspector Certificate Program to InterNACHI® members. The program is accredited by ACCET, a national accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
The program's goal is for the graduate to gain and develop their knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to complete the required tasks a Certified Professional Inspector CPI® outlined in the Home Inspector Job Task Analysis (JTA)
, perform a home inspection, and write a home inspection report.
follow a Standards of Practice for performing a home inspection;
make observations during the visual inspection of a home;
identify and describe systems and components in a home;
activate the home’s systems to determine functionality;
evaluate and describe the condition of the systems inspected; and
write an inspection report based upon the observations made during the inspection.
PROGRAM ENROLLMENT PREREQUISITES
Students seeking to enroll in the Home Inspector Certificate Program must be certified by InterNACHI® by completing the InterNACHI® home inspector certification requirements as a prerequisite. Those inspector certification prerequisites are:
By completing the previous prerequisites, you will be qualified to enroll in the certificate program.
ENROLL IN THE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
To enroll in the program, complete the 6 prerequisites listed previously, then click www.nachi.org/my/certification/certificate-program. The program does not certify you. Those who enroll are already certified inspectors. The program provides a certificate of completion.
Enroll in the Program
The InterNACHI® Home Inspector Certificate Program is an accredited online certificate program provided by the only home inspector college at (internachi.edu).