Home Inspection Information Session
Do you have the desire to run a small business? Are you interested in construction and how things work? Are you a detail-oriented person? Do you enjoy meeting and helping people? Whether you are seeking part-time or full-time employment, home inspection may be the career choice for you. Gain insight into this profession from a
practicing home inspector, find out about the income potential, and learn the steps to take to become a licensed home inspector.
Sat 9-11 a.m. Feb 9 1 Session
Charles U-304 CEX-9951-402 Free
Bellefontaine Kishwaukee College
Home Inspection Pre-Licensing Program
Prepare for the Illinois Home Inspection State Licensing Exam with this state-approved course consisting of classroom, online, and two days of in-field instruction with real home inspections. Topics include the physical components of a home, communication skills, knowledge of professional practices, and insight into what may go wrong as well as the cause and implications of problems that result. Participants will receive clear direction concerning what to look for during an
inspection, such as signs of non-performance due to old age, deferred maintenance, weather damage, and poor workmanship. Our instructors are experienced licensed home inspectors and active members of the American Society of Home Inspectors [ASHI]. Upon completion of the approved pre-licensing course, applicants must pass the Home Inspection State Licensing Exam before they are eligible for a license in the State of Illinois. Cost of exam is NOT included in the course fee. E-mail access and an internet connection are required for this course. The first five sessions of classroom instruction will be held at Kishwaukee College in Malta, Illinois, in computer lab A-350, on the following
Saturdays: Feb 23, Mar 9 & 23, Apr 13 & 27. Field inspections and
instruction will be held at Rock Valley College in Rockford on
Saturday, May 11.
Sat 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb 23-May 11 6 Sessions
Locations: Kishwaukee College & Rock Valley College
Instructors: Charles Bellefontaine & Corey Friedman
A payment plan option is available for students registered by
February 13, 2013. Call 815-224-0207 for more information.
Note: Once registered, you will be mailed textbooks, syllabus, and instructions for the online portion of the class. Please REGISTER early as there is homework which must be completed prior to the first full day of instruction. IVCC is offering this program in cooperation with Kishwaukee College and Rock Valley College. For more information about program delivery and to register call IVCC’s Continuing Education Center at (815) 224-0427.