Illinois State Chapter Event (November 18, 2006.)

**Illinois State Chapter **(Southern Division) has a class coming up.

Date: November 18, 2006.

**Continuing Education **Course:
Manufactured Housing
State of Illinois Continuing Educational Credits…6 Hours
NACHI Continuing Educational Credits…6 Hours

Speaker: Mr. Gerry Beaumont
NACHI National Training Consultant

Place:** Southwestern Illinois College**
2500 Carlyle Avenue
Belleville, Illinois 62221

Time: Registration 7:00 AM / 8:30 AM

Class 8:30 AM / 5:00 PM

Breakfast will be served / lunch will be served.

Cost: NACHI members… … $ 25.00
Non NACHI members… $100.00

Note: Registration for the Southwestern Illinois College course ends Nov 3 , 2006 Manufactured Housing Course at Southwestern Illinois College November 18, 2006

This course is designed to introduce new and intermediate Home Inspectors to the special challenges of inspecting manufactured Housing. The class is not intended to be a “code” study, but rather a practical guide to the inspection of Steel Chassied
structures. The course will also introduce the differences between, Mobile, Manufactured, Modular, Panelized and Pre-Cut design systems, but only so far as to help the student understand the differences.

The course is not designed for those engaged in the field of either installation or code enforcement as pertains to Manufactured Housing.

All students successfully completing the course by passing the final exam with a score of not less than 75% ( minimum 38 from 50 correct) will be mailed a Certificate of Completion

Mail In Registrations. Send check and all info to the below address:
Pre Class Registration is required! Make Check out to NACHI Chicago.

NACHI-Chicago Treasurer
1739 Cumberland Road
Aurora, IL 60504

For questions about payment or registration, you can contact A. Dan Leleika at .

PLEASE NOTE: NACHI members will be required to provide their NACHI membership number on the day of the course.:razz:

If this is a new chapter (Illinois State Chapter), why are the checks made payable to NACHI Chicago?

My guess is they don’t have the infrastructure in place to handle the registration and financials.

Of course, you could always spin some wild conspiracy issues too.:roll:

So far, you are the only person to suggest a conspiracy. I simply asked a question.

Jeff, your guess would be correct, I think it is very nice of the Chicago chapter to offer other chapters a hand like this. Kudos to them.

Shame some other chapters are not as forthcoming.



Ditto Gerry,

Yes it is a shame that some idiots have nothing better to do than bash a chapter that pitches in to help.:roll: :roll: :roll:

That’s right, Jeff. Knock it off with the conspiracy stuff, will you? Jeez:roll:

So the phone company didn’t kill Kennedy?

:smiley: :smiley:

Which Kennedy?

Mr. Myers asked for our Chapter, which has its own web site and PayPal account and incorporation and some really good guys (Jeff W. is our former Sec./Treas.) who pitch in and actually do stuff (great stuff) to help out the new State Chapter until they get their organization in place.

You should know that there are some (great!) opportunities that come along with NACHI that are so good (like Gerry’s course) that you sometimes don;t have time to get all the T’s crossed.

NACHI helps NACHI out.

Hope this answers your question. Next time, just give me a call and we can avoid all these conspirancy posts. :mrgreen:

Thanks for the explanation, Will.

Where is the new chapter based?

ISC (Illinois State chapter)

Mr. Russ Myers can answer that James.

I am the midwest director (Chicago Chapter education coordinator).

Thank you, Patrick.

Is Russ Myers the president of the Illinois State Chapter?

Anyone with questions on, or those who may wish to participate in the formation of the NACHI State of Illinois Chapter, may contact me directly at:

Russ Myers
Illinois State Chapter of NACHI
2800 North Pine Grove, St. 7G
Chicago, Illinois 60657
Office: 312-551-1400
Cell: 312-497-1502

This is a great opportunity to help spread NACHI education throughout the State of Illinois.

…or, they may simply go to and start a chapter in Illinois on their own, right?


That’s absolutely correct, in fact the Illinois State Chapter hopes to encourage such growth.