Originally Posted By: dfrend
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|NACHI's qualifying subject matter is quite broad. Anything reasonably deemed to be inspection-related can be considered qualifying including CEU's earned for other inspection associations, construction seminars, and code enforcement training.|
Would the time spent taking a Home Inspection test NOT be inspection related? The original question is why taking the test is not considered creditable. That remains to be definitively answered. I agree that something like reading a book cannot be timed or guaged for credit, but why not the test time?