How to Become a Registered Home Inspector in Arkansas
InterNACHI is the world's leading association for home inspectors. We provide free training, online testing and certification, business development, marketing support, discounts on everything from home inspection software to E&O insurance to your next truck, and more.
InterNACHI School is accredited as a postsecondary education institution by the national accrediting agency of the U.S. Department of Education to provide tuition-free online training, examination, certification, and continuing education to InterNACHI® members in Arkansas.
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Home Inspector Registration
To become a registered home inspector in Arkansas, you must complete an approved 80-hour classroom course and pass a state exam for home inspectors. At this time, InterNACHI does not currently have training scheduled.
To be a licensed home inspector in Arkansas, individuals must meet certain requirements for adequate insurance coverage. InterNACHI members are eligible for discounts and enhanced coverage. Visit nachi.org/insurance for information on how to sign up.
Hands-On Training at House of Horrors®
Experience world-class inspection training and InterNACHI® member events at our House of Horrors® locations in Colorado and Florida. The InterNACHI® House of Horrors® is an entire house with 1,000 defects built under our roof. Register for a free event, take training, test-drive inspection tools, attend an inspector chapter meeting, and inspect the House of Horrors®.
As a condition of Arkansas registration renewal, each inspector shall complete 14 hours of Continuing Education during the training year preceding submission of his/her renewal application. 6 hours may be online, 8 hours must be completed in person.
Radon Tester Certification in Arkansas (online & free)
The Arkansas Department of Health does not certify, license or register individuals to perform radon testing or radon mitigation. Therefore, it's very important to market yourself as a Certified Radon Tester. Arkansas recommends that individuals who perform radon testing take NRPP-approved radon training. Visit the Arkansas website for details.
The Arkansas Agriculture Department requires thats inspectors be licensed as a private, commercial, or non-commercial pesticide applicators by the state. To become a commercial or non-commercial pesticide applicator you must take and pass the Basic Core Exam and category specific exams required for the type of license you need. Training is not required before taking the exams but is available and recommended. InterNACHI offers courses in wood-destroying organisms that may be beneficial for those looking to obtain this license in Arkansas.
Roof Data Technician (free for members to participate in)