Originally Posted By: gbeaumont
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The following is a link to the above legislation:
1) Shall have completed not less than 100 home inspections under the supervision of an existing license holder, the first 10 of which must be under direct supervision.
2) Shall have taken an approved course of not less than 40 hours.
3) Have passed at above 70% a written examination administered by the department.
4) Shall have continuing education, as approved by the department of not less than 20 hrs bi-annually
1) Have successfully completed high school or equivalent.
2) Have completed a board-approved training program.
3) Have an identified supervisor, who is:
a. A licensed Connecticut home inspector.
b. In good standing with the board.
c. Has agreed to perform supervisory functions as defined in the statute
The following is a link to the State of Connecticut, Board of professional licensing:
interesting note: as of April 2003 Connecticut has 330 fully licensed home inspectors and 98 interns licensed (not bad for a State of 3.3 million inhabitants and under 5,000 square miles)