Summa-summa-summa tiiiiiiiiiiime is here, bringing with it lots of home buying and the joy of inspecting a home and property with the blazing sun beating down your neck. If you need an escape from the heat, boy howdy have we got some. Here are a few cool conferences coming up for home inspectors:
* July 11th, 12th and 13th, the Great Lakes Chapter of ASHI hosts their summer conference. This year’s event will feature workshops on modern HVAC equipment, reporting techniques, inspection tips and of course their peer review program, which we covered last year. Registration ends June 29th. Info on conference fees and a schedule of events is available here.
* Texas, home of the TAREI Summer Conference. This year’s event kicks off in Houston from July 25th through 26th. No details have been announced yet.
* Oil and gas inspectors, head to Texas (if you’re not there already). The IQPC Oil & Gas Asset Integrity and Inspection Management Summit runs from July 28th through 30th in Houston and will include speakers from Chevron, Shell, the Subsea Engineering Program at the University of Houston and Eagle Energy.
* The North Carolina Council of Code Officials also welcomes their 10th Quadrennial Educational Conference August 3 through 6 at the Hilton Wilmington Riverside. Registration is $200 for current inspectors and $100 for retired inspectors if you register before July 18th.
* If you want the skinny on becoming a roof data technician, InterNACHI is passing it out for free. Wednesday, August 6th, InterNACHI will host a free online training seminar designed to educate inspectors on what roof data technicians do and how to get started. You can check out the full program of events right over here.
* Late August brings with it the six annual section meetings of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors. The six regional meetings run through mid-October and kick off with the Southwestern Section Meeting in Sparks, Nevada from August 24th through the 28th. A full list of each meeting is available at iaei.org.