Home inspector training course in Chicago, IL.

Originally Posted By: gromicko
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Peoples Energy proudly announces its 2004 summer schedule for home inspector training courses. As experts in the industry for more than 150 years, our two, 6-hour training classes are taught by the best and brightest in the field.

Home inspectors can improve their skills through our affordable and comprehensive training programs. These courses combine classroom instruction with hands-on training at Peoples Energy's state-of-the-art training facility in Chicago, Illinois.

Peoples Energy will offer the following courses:

Appliance Inspection and Safety Overview May 4, June 22, July 13
This class examines procedures for inspecting natural gas appliances and identifying hazards. Topics will include problem recognition, vented and unvented appliances, flexible connectors and air requirements for confined spaces.

Advance Appliance Inspection and Safety Overview May 5, June 23, July 14
As a continuation of the Appliance Inspection and Safety Overview class, this course further examines additional safety precautions and focuses on in-depth gas appliance knowledge. Inspectors will receive more hands-on training with boilers, furnaces, water heaters, stoves, ovens, and clothes dryers.

Due to the large number of responses we receive for each class, early registration is recommended. All classes include lunch and a free copy of the Peoples Energy Construction Guide for Gas Usage.

To sign up for classes, visit http://www.PeoplesEnergy.com or contact Dana Gardner at 312-240-3633.

Originally Posted By: gbeaumont
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Hi to all,

Here is a more direct link to this training:


The cost is $175:00 per day or $325:00 for both days courses, it goes without saying that Nachi will accept these courss for education credits.



Gerry Beaumont
NACHI Education Committee
e-mail : education@nachi.org
NACHI phone 484-429-5466

Inspection Depot Education

"Education is a journey, not a destination"

Originally Posted By: ekartal
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I attended last year. Great time. Find out what the experts consider adequate combustion air for gas appliances. Hint: Much more than anyone in attendance thought was correct. icon_wink.gif

Erol Kartal

Originally Posted By: adam
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This type of training is usually worthwhile.