How to Become a Home Inspector in Connecticut
Understand the work and evaluate your skills
Most home inspectors come from a background in construction, but it's not a prerequisite. You can start from scratch, but it will take you a little longer. Starting a new career is never a picnic, and becoming a home inspector is no different.
Learn Connecticut's licensing requirements
Before planning out coursework and a plan for starting your career you'll need to know the requirements in your state. See below for more details and contact ATI Training for more info.
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The process of becoming a qualified home inspector is simple. All American Training Institute (ATI)’s courses provide real-world experiences to fully prepare and qualify you for your home inspection career. In Connecticut home inspectors are licensed and regulated by the Department of Consumer Protection. There are two levels of inspectors; Intern Inspector and Home Inspector.
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Our home inspection course is approved for the pre-licensing education requirement and will fully prepare you to pass the National Home Inspector Examination. No matter what city you will be conducting home inspections in; Bridgeport, Bristol, Hartford, New Haven Stamford or Waterbury our home inspection classes will fully prepare you for what you will encounter while performing home inspections in Connecticut.
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Our online courses can be taken individually or bundled to meet your needs for license maintenance and continued education. Refine your skills and receive marketing strategies to increase your success as a home inspector.