Rhode Island license requirements

I wanted to become an inspector but Rhode Island requires you to have 100 inspections under your belt before you can get your inspection license. I can’t quit my job and become and start entry level inspecting for someone full time. The pay cut would be too big… do I have any other options??

Any help would be greatly appreciated

No, you first have to be a licensed associate inspector and do 100 inspections (you keep the money), then you can get a full license. No where does it say you have to work for someone else.

Read: http://www.crb.state.ri.us/documents/Home%20Inspectors%20Licensing%20Law.pdf

An associate is affiliated with a company right?? I’m not sure what they meen by that. Who is gonna hire me if I don’t even have a state license

Send Nick a message at fastreply@nachi.org

He can explain better personally.