Would completing the education requirements on InterNACHI be considered equivalent to completing a home inspection course, such as AHIT, etc? Or in other words, are the courses designed such that, upon completion, a new inspector would be prepared to begin performing home inspections?
Nate, where are you located? Your website doesn’t say where you are or where you inspect.
If your State requires licensing, you’ll have to check with them to see who is an approved course provider for the licensing part.
For example in TX, taking the INACHI course alone would not work to get the licenses as the fast track also requires taking 120 hours of “experience course” meaning “in class/hands on”, however, TX accepts INACHI continuing education hours to renew the license.
I’m located in MN and we don’t have any licensing requirements for home inspections.