I want to get my facts correct.
I have been saying that NACHI requires more of inspectors than any other association in terms of entrance requirements: http://www.nachi.org/rigorous2006.htm and continuing education (annual exam and 24 hours of C.E. per year).
I’m usually speaking about U.S. associations when I say this and I want to make sure I’m correct when I say it about other Canadian associations so that the reporter doesn’t find out otherwise.
So, how do other Canadian inspection associations compare to NACHI’s entrance requirements and continuing education?