Originally Posted By: tallen
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Home study is fine; not ideal but,it is a start.
I would suggest you find all the online courses you can find there are a few free /good ones. Do a search on this board.
I would look for classes in your area. Hopefully you have more options then we do in Tucson.
It is a very demanding field as with any other trade you never stop learning.
Were you able to pass the NACHI test?
If not you have a long way to go.
Set aside a few days!! and go thru this board there are many people with vast amounts of knowledge and most are willing to help a newcomer to the field although there are some who think you should have 250 Inspections before you are qualified to do Inspections!! Kind of hard to get started when you need 250 to start!!!
Also, do a search for Inspectors at http://www.findaninspector.us
at least 50 miles away from you ;they (might) give you 1 free ride along.
You do not have to be an Engineer,however you must be proficient in all aspects of residential construction.
Check out the NACHI SOP for details.
If you have not already done so join the org.
The best of luck to you!!
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