It’s getting warmer Tap Inspectors, and that means your home inspection business will be heating up soon too. Here are a few ways to cram in a few continuing education credits before your calendar gets packed.
* March’s home inspection conferences start with our neighbors to the north. The Carson Dunlop Conference lands in Toronto March 1 and 2, boasting “informative education sessions, discussions, and networking opportunities, along with continuing education credits.” Conference highlights include a workshop on safety and defects led by ASHI President-Elect, Alden Gibson, and a workshop on report writing best practices led by Carson Dunlop President, Alan Carson. Click here to get registered.
* 16 hours of continuing education credits are up for grabs at the NCASHI 2014 Winter Educational Conference. Invading Burlington, North Carolina March 7th and 8th, this conference offers renewal credits in ethics, roofing systems, exterior systems and interior systems as well as reduced prices for home industry pros who don’t need the credits.
* It’s winter in North Carolina, but it’s spring in Florida. The 2014 Florida Association of Building Inspectors (FABI) hits Orlando March 15 and 16. There’s a little something for every kind of home inspector here, including workshops on infrared certification, mold assessment and remediation, and wind mitigation. Full conference details are available here.
* It’s all about Orlando this year. The Orlando Inspection Conference in Florida kicks off April 13th through 17th, bringing with it warm weather and even hotter workshops. This year’s conference features an entire track exclusively for mold assessors as well as a bevy of courses for more general home inspectors. In addition to typical courses on pool, deck and environmental inspections, the conference will also bolster your business side with seminars on Google Analytics and growing your startup. Hotel discounts run out by March 24th. Step right this way to get registered for the conference.