Originally Posted By: rray
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I copied this from The Inspector’s Journal:
A group of New Jersey Home Inspectors has formed a new professional trade association called the New Jersey Association of Licensed Professional Home Inspectors (NJ-ALPHI). According to the group's Secretary, Steven C. Hockstein, the goal of the new organization is to:
Provide a source for continuing education as required by the State of New Jersey.
Help to improve inspection techniques and reporting methods.
Assist people that are interested in becoming New Jersey Licensed Home Inspectors.
Work with insurance providers to obtain affordable insurance at group discounts.
Develop alliances with Compatible Trade Associations and Affiliates.
Maintain involvement in Political and Legislative Issues as they relate to the Home Inspection Profession in New Jersey.
Pursue any other relevant Home Inspection matter.
NJ-ALPI's first meeting will be held at the Westwood (North Avenue, Garwood, NJ) on Tuesday, February 3, 2004 from 6 to 9 PM, and will include a two-hour presentation on chimney defects that has been approved for New Jersey continuing education credits.
Additional details can be obtained by contacting Hockstein vea email at: shockstein@AHMarchitects.com or telephone at: 973-258-0800
Home inspections. . . .
One home at a time.