The ASHI School’s 120-hour home inspection course consists of 40 hours of pre-class study with assignments completed by the student online and from a textbook, and an 80-hour structured lesson plan delivered in the classroom and field labs.
- The comprehensive course covers all major home systems, providing in-depth study of system and component problems, their practical implications and inspection strategies for finding them.
- The course provides in-depth training for students wishing to enter the profession or enhance their existing knowledge.
- With clear descriptions, detailed technical illustrations and useful summaries of products, this course is the most exhaustive training available.
Standards and Reports, Exterior Cladding, Exterior Structures, Roofing, Footings & Foundations, Interiors, Electrical Systems, Heating, Air Conditioning, Plumbing and Field Exercises. A 70% passing grade on the final exam is required for successful completion of the course.
The ASHI School provides instructors for this course. The instructors are members of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) who have a minimum of five years experience as home inspectors.
The course is both classroom lecture and in-field, hands-on training.
A typical day consists of morning instructor lecture and slide presentation and afternoon property inspections in the field related to what was presented in the classroom.