New Home Inspection Continuing Ed Classes- NYS Approved

Merrell Institute 631-563-7720
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Home Inspectors in New York State require you attend continuing education BEFORE you renew your license. Those who renew require 24 hours NYS Home Inspection Continuing Education approved credit.
**1/16/09 **Mold, Moisture & the Residential Home 8-12pm “4 hours 95 **1/16/09 ****The Better Mouse Trap** 1-3pm “2 hrs”........ 65
BOTH CLASSES ON 1-16-09 is ONLY 125.00 Materials Included ! **1/17/09 ****Plumbing Seminars Illustrated** 8-2pm “6 hours”... 125
2/7/09 HUD FHA Inspection Course 8-12pm “4 hours”…… 95 **2/7/09 ****Safe Mechanical Inspecting** 1-3pm “2 hours”……..... 65
Both Classes on 2/7/09 is only 125.00 Materials Included ! **2/28/09 ****Intro to IR Thermal Imaging** 8-3:30pm “7 hrs” 185

Home Inspectors in NYS are required to take 24 hours of NYS Approved classes BEFORE you renew. Currently, NYS will NOT accepted Internet or CD Classes. Traditional classroom styles courses are required and we have a host of courses to select from!
Questions? Call us at 631-563-7720 for a FREE Brochure

We hope to see you soon !

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to All InterNACHI Members!

Thank you fellow NACHI Members. The classes are filling up. We still have room and we are running these classes to meet the hour and educational requirements necessary for a home inspectors to renew his/her license in NYS.
All the best and Much luck and success!

Bill Merrell, CMI, 631-563-7720

The 1/16/09 class went well- Even with the weather a wopping 5 degrees and a snow storm yesterday.

I look forward to seeing New York State home inspectors to meet your continuing education requirements before you renew!

All the best.

Bill Merrell

February 7th is right around the corner-
Need NYS CE credit, call us and we will sign you up
We will be hosting a New Jersey Seminar for NJ CE Credit shortly!
All the best!

Mr Bill I need 4 CE within 2 weeks any suggestions Il rather be at your school

Call me - we have a number of classes now available