• ASHI School
    Inspector Foundation
  • Class approved in state
  • Includes In-Field Training as part of the curriculum
  • Meets state Pre-licensing Hours
  • Prepares you take state exam and other relevant exams

  • Complete 60 hours of approved pre-license education.

  • Errors and omissions or general liability insurance coverage.

  • Pass the NHIE Exam

Review complete requirements for becoming a Home inspector below.

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Inspector Foundations Class

120 HOURS - $3,395 / 93 HOURS - $2,100

Kickstart your journey in the home inspection industry with ASHI's exclusive In-Person Premiere Home Inspection Training!

Dive deep into the essentials of home inspection with our comprehensive program, designed for aspiring professionals like you. Benefit from an immersive learning experience that blends pre-class study materials, engaging live lectures, and hands-on in-field training. Our curriculum is delivered by esteemed ASHI Certified Inspectors, ensuring you learn according to the highest standards in the industry, embodied by the ASHI Standards of Practice (SoP).

Our instructors are not just teachers; they're seasoned professionals who have conducted over 250 inspections, aced the National Home Inspectors Exam (NHIE), and adhere to a rigorous continuing education regimen to maintain their credentials. This program equips you with the expertise and insights to excel in serving your clients and conducting thorough home inspections.

Opt for our intensive 120-hour course, spanning two weeks from Monday to Friday. This path includes more than five field events, covering vital topics such as report writing, business marketing strategies, and valuable lessons from real-life inspections shared by your ASHI Certified instructors.

The 93-hour class runs six days, Monday thru Saturday and includes at least one field event. This class contains information offered in our 120-hour course, but at a faster pace. Our ASHI Certified instructors are experts in the field.

Alternatively, our accelerated 93-hour class, running from Monday to Saturday over six days. It promises at least one field event, ensuring you gain essential knowledge and skills in a shorter time frame. This class is perfect for those eager to quickly step into the field, guided by our expert ASHI Certified instructors.

Embark on your path to becoming a distinguished home inspector with ASHI's Premiere Home Inspection Classes. Forge a career with confidence, supported by the gold standard of home inspection education.

Home Inspection Topics covered:
  • Structural Components
  • Heating Concepts and Systems
  • Exterior Components
  • Fireplaces and Chimneys
  • Roofing Types
  • Cooling Concepts and Air Conditioning
  • Site Conditions
  • Insulation and Ventilation Components
  • Interior Components
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Analysis and Reporting Responsibilities
  • Home Appliances
  • Professional Responsibilities
  • Review the ASHI Standards of Practice

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Complete Indiana Requirements

  • Home Inspection Regulated:
  • License Type:
    Home Inspector
  • License Renewal Cycle:
    Every Two Years
  • Is Distance Education Allowed:
  • Is Field Training And Experience Required:
  • Experience Required:
    Minimum of 12 hours of practical experience (part of the 60 hour pre-license requirements.
  • Is CE Required:
  • CE Hours Required:
    32 Hours
  • Is CE Distance Education Allowed
  • Is Pre-Licensing Required
  • Pre-licensing Hours Required
    60 Hours (with min. of 40)
  • Regulating Body
    Indiana Professional Licensing Agency-Home Inspectors Licensing Board
  • Rules And Regulations
    IC 25-1-4-0.2, IC 25-20.2-5-11
  • Exam
    National Home Inspector Examination

Indiana Ordinance & Contacts

Indiana Licensure (P.L. 145 enacted in 2004). P.L. 145

Established the Home Inspectors Licensing Board to regulate home inspectors and associate home inspectors. The Board shall be responsible for setting the fees for licenses, investigating complaints concerning licensees and establishing continuing education requirements. The Board shall adopt a code of ethics, standards for competent performance of home inspections and standards for inspection reports. Under P.L. 145, licensing requires that a candidate: 1) be at least 18 years of age, 2) graduated from high school or earned a GED diploma, 3) not have been convicted of specific crimes, 4) complete a Board approved training program or course and pass an exam approved by the Board, 5) carry general liability insurance coverage of at least $100,000 and 6) pay a fee. The law also provides that a person who performs home inspections for compensation without a license commits a Class B Infraction. It also provides that any civil complaints based upon the professional services of a licensed home inspector must be filed within two years of the date the alleged Infraction occurred. This law takes effect July 1, 2004.

For more information contact the

Indiana Professional Licensing Agency at
Phone: (317) 234-3009 

Fax: (317) 232-2312
Email: pla9@pla.in.gov

402 West Washington Street, Room W072
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

Website: http://www.in.gov/pla/hi.htm