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Continuing Education for Home Inspectors

Classes and Training for Experienced Home Inspectors

Classes for home inspectors keeping you updated on regulations for home inspections

Home inspector continuing education regulations vary by state. We’ve compiled a master library of continuing education courses so you can continue to operate your home inspection business within the confines of the law.  If you do not know your continuing education requirement, or what courses are accepted please contact us at 855-735-2120 or info@ati-training.com 

ATI Home Inspector Training offers the training necessary to stay certified in every state.


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New Online Home Inspector Training Course  Inspecting Homes and Income Properties - 32 Hours CEC $320 Introduction price $249

This course dives deeper into inspecting the systems of a home illustrating common problem areas that are often missed on an inspection.  This course will help you prevent costly litigation because of an error or omission.  This course will also explore the different types of income properties that are out there for you to inspect.  Dozens of photos, interactive activities, quizzes, flashcards and more will ensure you don't miss a thing.  TN course approval #295

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 continuing education to renew your license, or do you need to brush up your skills of foundation inspections?  Either way the online course above is for you.  This course covers foundations and site inspection processes and how to properly report your findings. Upon completion of this course you will have a better understanding of foundation systems, how to inspect them and how to properly report your findings.  
 
Are you looking to better understand how the various structural systems relate within a building enclosure?  This course covers all aspects of building enclosures include site, basements, crawlspaces, foundations, roofing,wood and construction, and egresses.  HVAC is also covered.  Upon completion of this course you will have a greater understanding of how all the systems work together and how to inspect them for common issues.  
 
Are you looking to better understand the different framing techniques and components?  This course covers structural, wall and floor framing members among others.  Upon completion, students will have an understanding of framing, how to inspect and what to report.
  
Are you looking to brush up on your plumbing inspection skills or would you like a better understanding of how plumbing systems operate? This course introduces standard plumbing tools, materials, and fixtures and how to properly inspect the plumbing systems. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of a basic plumbing system, how to recognize defects 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.  
 
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.  
 
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. 
 
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*Online Courses listed above are VALID for All States EXCEPT: 

MS, WV, CT, OR, OK, WA, IN, SD, AK, IL, KY, NC, NV, NJ, MD, NJ, AR

Need TEXAS CE?  Please visit our TEXAS Partner:  www.rets-llc.com or call 817-861-9998.

Need New York CEU's?  We are approved for classroom courses!  Call 855-735-2021 for more information!

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