I’m disturbed by the fact that you have to pay $40 to take the tests at the end of each section to get credit for it. If you’re already paying $196 for the guides, and then you have to pay $40 to take the test, that’s almost another $300, for a total of almost $500.
Washington State won’t be accepting any form of correspondence education for it’s CEU’s, so why would an inspector pay so much money for something that doesn’t even count towards their licensing?
Smart ones wouldn’t!
Uh… to learn? Why are most of our State NON-approved courses packed wall to wall and up the wall?
Cuz they don’t cost $500.00?