Be Qualified. Not Just Certified®.
Getting certified and licensed is just the beginning. Be better than the rest.
The process of becoming a qualified home inspector is simple. ATI’s courses provide real-world experiences to fully prepare and qualify you for your home inspection career. In Delaware, home inspectors are licensed and regulated by the Board of Home Inspectors.
There are two levels of inspectors; Inspector Trainee and Home Inspector. To become licensed by examination as a home inspector you must first apply to be an Inspector Trainee.
Our home inspection course will fully prepare you to pass the National Home Inspector Examination. No matter what city you will be conducting home inspections in; Dover, Middletown, Newark, Smyrna or Wilmington our home inspection classes will fully prepare you for what you will encounter while performing home inspections in Delaware.
Benefits of Being a Home Inspector in Delaware
Becoming a home inspector in Delaware means taking the reigns and starting your own career. Surviving as a home inspector requires great self-motivation and determination to service customers like no one else can. How can you achieve this? Take training classes that give you an edge over your competitors and make you more than just certified.
The benefits of a career in home inspection include absolute independence in the workload you can handle and how you go about your business. You truly are in charge of your income. You get paid for the work you do.
Of course, you've got to be good. That's where we come in. We prepare you for the rigors and challenges of home inspection, equipping you with the tools to turn a job into a career.
Home inspector continuing education in Delaware
Getting certified is just the beginning. Anyone can become a home inspector; it takes a WINNER to excel. To dominate the market and start making money, you need to continue learning — and any home inspector worth their salt knows it. ATI offers continuing education classes for Delaware home inspectors to keep you on top of the game, and flush with cash.
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