How to Become a Certified Home Inspector in Oklahoma
Home Inspector Pre-Licensing Course
To become a licensed home inspector in Oklahoma, you must successfully complete a 90-hour pre-licensing course approved by the Oklahoma Construction Industries Board, pass the National Home Inspector Exam, and carry liability insurance. For details, visit the Oklahoma website.
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®.
To be a licensed home inspector in Oklahoma, you must have insurance.
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.
Free Online Continuing Education Courses
Oklahoma-licensed home inspectors are required to take Continuing Education courses.
The Oklahoma Construction Industries Board has approved the following InterNACHI courses. Our online courses are free for members (Provider #P-042, Instructor #I-107). Not a member? Join now.
Free Continuing Education Courses (online & free for members):
Licensed real estate agents can attain free Continuing Education credits by following the directions on the real estate cards. Members can hand out these cards to real estate agents, which explain how to log into the free courses.
When an agent logs into a course and enters the member's ID number, the member is automatically emailed. The first slide of the course is the member's contact information.
Radon Tester Certification in Oklahoma (online & free for members)
There is no state-operated certification program for radon professionals in the state of Oklahoma. However, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality Radon Program recommends hiring Certified Radon Testers who have taken certification training approved by either the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA) or National Radon Safety Board (NRSB). Visit the Oklahoma website for details.