The Inspecting Foundations Course is an introduction to home inspection, covering everything you will need to start and operate your own successful home inspection career and business, as well as how-to perform home inspections in accordance with the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) Standard of Practice and Code of Ethics.
The 120 hour course is set up for Monday- Friday for a 2 week period. During this class you will go out to at least 5 field events.This class includes report writing, information on marketing your business and real life experience brought by your ASHI Certified instructors.
The 93 hour course is set up for a six day period Monday thru Saturday and includes at least one field event. This course contains information that is offered in our 120 hour course- but at a faster pace. Our ASHI Certified instructors are experts in the field.
Kentucky Licensure (KRS 198B.700) enacted in 2004
The Kentucky Home Inspector Licensing Law requires home inspectors to be licensed and defines the requirements of licensure. An inspector must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, complete a board-approved training program, pass an examination approved by the board, and submit a properly completed application (Form KBHI-1). No person can advertise or claim to be a licensed home inspector or perform a home inspection for compensation after July 1, 2006, unless they have been issued a Kentucky Home Inspector License by the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors. Conducting business as a home inspector in Kentucky without a license is a criminal offense after July 1, 2006. Inspections must be conducted in accordance with the standards of practice of ASHI, NAHI or NACHI. The law created the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors, to which the Governor appointed eight members, including one member each from ASHI, NAHI, and the Kentucky Real Estate Inspection Association. The law also establishes license renewal criteria, including completing 28 hours of continuing education approved by the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors (KBHI) every two years. Licensed inspectors must carry general liability insurance in the amount of $250,000.For more information contact the