We have the Qualified Education courses that Home Inspectors need. Please see class descriptions below!
NEW! Home Inspection Fundamentals - CLASSROOM COURSE!***
Instructor, Scott Newcomer
Are you looking for a career change? This all-inclusive course provides the most thorough information available for those wanting to be home inspectors. This comprehensive course will prepare you to pass the National Home Inspector Examination along with providing a sound foundation for starting your own business. Instructor Scott Newcomer is ready to pass on over 25 years of his experience gained in the home inspection field. After completing this course students should be able to understand how a home acts as a system, recognize common construction materials and proper installation methods, identify defects, and how to properly report findings to clients. This is a great career or 2nd career! This is a distance education course. Students will meet at the UW-Waukesha campus. Class registration fee includes online resources and textbooks. $1397.
Fall session (Field training with live home inspections).
Class will meet:
Thurs, Nov 2, 5:30pm-9:00pm
Fri-Sun, Nov 3-5, 8:00am-5:00pm
Home Inspection Fundamentals - Online Course Only. (This is included FREE with the Classroom Course!)
This all inclusive online course provides the most thorough distance learning available for those wanting to be home inspectors. Over 120 hours of comprehensive content will prepare you to pass the National Home Inspector Examination along with provide you with a sound foundation for starting your business. This course was designed upon years of home inspecting and training home inspectors. After completing this course students should be able to:
- Understand how a home acts as a system
- Know common construction materials and proper installation methods
- Recognize defects
- Properly report findings to clients
Online CE - Continuing Education for already Licensed Home Inspectors!
Are you looking for a better understanding of the roof structure and roof covering installation methods? This course covers the different pitches and slopes along with roof structure, types of coverings and installation methods along with flashings, valleys and common defects. Upon completion students will have a better understanding of the roof system, how to inspect them and what to report.
Are you looking for a better understanding of foundations and how to spot defects? This course covers foundations and site inspection processes and how to properly report your findings. Upon completion, students will have a greater understanding of the importance of a strong foundation and how to recognize problem areas.
Are you looking for continuing education to renew your license or are you just in need to brush up your knowledge on how to inspect electrical systems? Either way the online course above is for you. This course covers all aspects of inspecting electrical systems and their components. Upon completion of this course, students will have a better understanding of how to safely inspect electrical systems and how to report their findings.
Are you looking for a better understanding of HVAC systems? This course explores the commonly, and uncommon, components of HVAC systems and how to report your findings. Topics include; heating, cooling, fireplaces, wood burning stoves, heat pump systems and more. Upon completion, students will have a better understanding of HVAC systems, proper installation methods and how to inspect and report their findings.
This course is designed to better prepare you for writing your reports. Using proper terminology will not only allow you to clearly communicate to your client but also lower your liability. Upon completion students will have a better understanding of proper report writing techniques and terminology along with an understanding of what NOT to say.
Welcome to your 10 hour Building Enclosures Continuing Education Course. This course covers all aspects of building enclosures include site, basements, crawlspaces, foundations, roofing,wood and construction, and egresses. HVAC is also covered.