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HI 101 BASIC Pre-licensing Package

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This course is designed for students seeking to obtain their Nevada Home Inspection license. Video explanation of the course offering

Package Details:

Once tuition is paid, the student will earn access to an active calendar. There, the student can select the course start date and format their live sessions accordingly.

The 101 course is offered through physical classroom instruction and via LIVE stream video.  See the inspection calendar for exact dates. Once enrolled, the student can use the active calendar to select the dates of course work

The basic pack includes:

101 course via classroom or live stream

All course handouts

Digital Flash Cards

This package does NOT include the NHIE textbooks wherein these textbooks must be purchased separately.   Textbook policy for any 101 seminar   – Students must purchase the course textbook titled NHIE Mechanical / Content Manual and The NHIE Structural and Business Manual separate from the course (unless the Deluxe option is selected).  The required textbooks are available for purchase at the school location or directly through the NHIE. Textbook fees at the school location are the same as the textbook fees noted online through the NHIE.

These course textbooks are required for the course of instruction and will be used to better prepare for the Inspection licensing exam / further understand practical concepts as they relate to the field of inspection.

The state of Nevada will require the completion of a three step process to activate a structural inspection license:

Step 1 –The completion of at least 40 hrs of academic structural inspection education in preparation for the Nevada licensing exam. (This step is completed in the HI 101 course)

Step 2 –Passing the Nevada structural inspection exam with a 75% or better.

Step 3 –The completion of either 25 inspections with an existing inspector or the equivalent in education via our HI 102 course.

Some of the things that you will inspect:

Systems and Standards of the home

Driveways, walks, patio, deck, porch…integrity

Roof Surface- remaining life estimate

Mechanical Workings of the home…appliances

Windows- condition of caulking, glazing, storms and panes

Gutters- rust, extension, pitch, or splash block problems

Paint, Siding or Trim- peeling or separations

Electrical Service- proper loops, panel box inspection, circuit testing

Structural Integrity- house & foundation, sags and humps in roofs and floors

Garage- Structural integrity, door opener safety check, and the roof.