Originally Posted By: jburkeson
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Now that Jeff is no longer President of FABI he will be able to devote more time to his passion for teaching, just don’t expect his message to change. Jeff doesn’t hate NACHI he (as all concerned inspectors should) opposes NACHI certifying inexperienced and uneducated inspectors.
Those who find disfavor with Jeff's message are usually inspectors who believe they can short-cut the education and experience process. As before nothing has changed, there will always be those who oppose certified experience, state approved education, proctored examinations and any limitations, and thankfully where associations fail, the States will continue to write laws that restrict inexperienced unskilled individuals from fleecing the public.
As an aside and just to keep you in the loop, FABI has indefinitely put on hold any recognition of NACHI until NACHI raises their standards, it was an unemotional decision made made by the FABI BoD to preserve and defend the profession. Of course FABI will continue to encourage all professional inspectors to grow in knowledge and skill and will accept for membership any and all who meet our high standards.
Joseph Burkeson, RPI (Hooperette)
?Anyone who has proclaimed violence his method inexorably must choose lying as his principle.?
~ Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn