Originally Posted By: jbushart
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This morning, as I prepare for the second half of an 16 hour training extravaganza, I wanted to share my appreciation for the outstanding efforts of Bob Brown and Helen Jeffrey who have provided one of the most information packed and captivating home inspection training programs to ever hit Missouri.
Yesterday's eight hours on "Windows and Doors" was absolutely fascinating - to the degree that I now wish I had scheduled the entire 16-hour course on this subject that they offered. The informational details and hands-on opportunities were tremendous and received rave reviews from all of the attendees.
The Illinois inspectors who crossed the river to take advantage of this training seminar (some from as far as Chicago) are enthusiastically excited in spite of the fact that efforts are still underway and not yet finalized for Illinois CEUs. Today, NACHI members from the KC area who had attended training there, already, earlier in the week are scheduled to make the trip to this part of the state for additional courses today.
Today is 8-hours on "Foundations" and I am in a hurry to see how Bob manages to get a full poured basement through the front doors of the hotel. ![icon_lol.gif](upload://zEgbBCXRskkCTwEux7Bi20ZySza.gif)
This truly is one of the most phenomenal opportunities for training that is being made available to home inspectors and I urge every chapter to coordinate their efforts to arrange to have this training caravan stop near you.
The instruction and materials are first rate and we plan to make Missouri a regular stop for this team each time they go out.
Thanks, again, Bob and Helen. Thanks, NACHI!!!