Certification and Licensing Preparation: 2015–2016 Catalog Year
Certification and Licensing Preparation
The next sequence of classes begins on Friday, Oct. 23. All four will be taught by Robert Ford.
According to the American Society of Home Inspectors, approximately 77 percent of the homes sold in the United States and Canada are inspected before they are bought. Home inspectors commonly are self-employed, with pay ranging from $32,000 to $82,000 per year.
Information: Robert Ford at Robert.Ford@wnc.edu or 775-445-3353
Total Requirements: 10 Units (Credits)
|License Requirements||10 Units (Credits)|
|CONS 260||Certified Inspectors of Structures-Residential||3|
|CONS 261||Under-Floor Inspections-Certified Inspector||1|
|CONS 262||Above-Floor Inspections for Certified Inspector||2|
|CONS 263||Supervised Residential Inspections for Certification||4|
Licensing programs fulfill the minimum course requirements needed for licensure as a certified inspector of structures-residential.Upon successful course completion, with a grade of C or better, WNC will issue a certificate of completion for the course(s) of study.The Nevada Real Estate Division outsources the Inspectors of Structures exam, which is administered by PSI Services LLC for a $100 fee per exam.