Brief program descriptions: ATTENTION: First class starts 8am on Saturday.
1.Dispelling the myth that good home inspectors don't get complaints (Inspection agreements and report writing)
Description: Why an inspector needs to have a legal pre- inspection agreement that indicates the standards in which the home inspection is going to be performed for the client. Plus the importance of a correctly written report that it is concise and terminology used that can be understood by the general public being the report is a legal document.
2. Introduction to Commercial Property Inspections
This four hour sessions will give you the keys to performing commercial inspections, whether it is a house that is being converted into a commercial business or multi-story office buildings, strip shopping centers, apartment complexes, or an industrial warehouse.
3. Pool & Spa Inspection For Extra Profits
This 4-hour course demystifies the world of pools and spas. Inspectors will learn about electrical requirements, how the different equipment and equipment types operate, and common problems found in and around pools and spas.
4. Phase Inspections: pre-drywall, framing pit falls on a 24,000 sq ft.
5. Avoiding Safety Hazards at Inspections (2 Hours)
This course will help an inspector to become more aware of the risks involved during an inspection and help develop better assessment and safety strategies to develop better decision-making skills to be safe during the inspection.
6. Common Problems In Residential Roof Applications That Are Costing Insurance Companies Big Dollars $$
This 4 hour session covers different type of roofing materials and applications.
7. Inspecting Panels From 1920 To Present With 100 Most Missed Electrical Defects 4 hours
This program was designed to help even the most experienced inspector rethink about safety and how to look at possible hidden or over looked electrical defects.
8.Understanding and Resolving Foundation Issues (When to call an Engineer)
As an inspector, when is the appropriate time to call an engineer to evaluate an issue versus asking for a licensed contractor to inspect an issue. This course will walk you through several real world examples of issues that are better addressed by contracting a structural or Geo-technical engineer.