What is the best way to approach other NACHI members to ask if anyone is available to offer ride alongs for training purposes?
Go to meetings even in another area a long distance away ,
Meet people and get known .
Ask if you can go out with them on an inspection better if the do not live near you .
I did 100 ride alongs and most where 100 miles away .
Worked well for me .
Thank you for the feedback
Beer in one hand, Tickets to the football game would get my attention.
Thats a great idea, I’ll hop on a plane to CA. Visit some old friends in Santa Barbara where I used to live
HA! You kill me Gary
We sell them, the more you buy the more I like you and the more old guy tricks I teach you.
Will a brisket be enough pay?
In New York State, The State Dept. (NYS-DOS) mandates supervised inspections in order to become licensed. The training can be accomplished with a Licensed Inspector or even through a school. They even have a grandparent clause (used to be called grandfather clause) which allow those who have completed 100 inspections within 2 years to apply for licensure with no further education needed.
Again, NYS has established minimum regs and each inspector should consider more than the requisite minimum.
In NY, Len Ungar (LI NACHI Chapter) has a Legal seminar this month and an Electrical seminar next month. NACHI Chapters are a great way to get extra education, valuable to NACHI Inspector training. firstname.lastname@example.org
Much luck and success in 2006 and beyond!
Carl - It depends on the condiments.
Me too. When did you live in SB? Go to school there? Hope you weren’t a Mickey Marcos. I grew up there but moved to Washington 27 years ago. Still go back for long weekends every month.
I lived there for a year roughly 12 years ago right out of high school. It was some good times. I lived off of Main by the California Hotel.
Finished at SBCC 1980:D