Thanks for the feedback, Steve and Daniel.
I have mentored 10 plus homies to date.
One a wonderful professional working architect, with 8 years of experience.
As well, a full CD, Carson Dunlop class graduate.
One on one, full shadowing.
No money ever exchanged hands.
I supplied them with more tools than the average homie inspects with.
Hopefully an InterNACHI Quebec representative will explain further about why “all InterNACHI Quebec members’ must submit a report” before a certain decline.
What legal protection and disclosure are members given?
Clients names and addresses, as well as real estate agencies and other sensitive information will be on the reports.
As well, the home inspector’s reporting style is there which is to myself, a copywriter.
If a mock inspection is used, I can get anyone to help me submit one.
Now the gathered data is skewed.
If the member does not satisfy the proctor or the board, the inspector has to pay out of pocket to learn.
Can they be streared to home inspection software during this phase?
Can they be steered to money for more education during this phase?
As well, from what I understand, there is a home inspector complaints process. That means a committee.
If a member has a complaint lodged against him or her, a chosen member will shadow the inspector during a mock inspection.
Again, money will exchange hands.
Can the home inspector still work in the meantime?
If he or she agrees did they just admit guilt?
See once you admit you require help after a complaint is lodged, I am pretty sure you admitted guilt.
I hope you see my points, members.
Is see many liability and cost issues here as well as a discussion to help member learn.
I offered mentoring several times but was never offer new inspector from InterNACHI Quebec.
Offer still stands.
Lets see what a board of directors has to say.