A home inspection is non-invasive examination of a home, most often in connection with a real estate transaction. Each inspection provides a “visual snapshot” with a written report of a home’s condition. A well-executed home inspection combines technical knowledge of all house systems with an ability to communicate technical issues in terms that most people will understand. In order to be a successful home inspector, one needs the training to fully understand different housing systems and components, report writing, and business management.
If you are ready to begin your career as a Michigan home inspector, the first step would be to attend one of Brightwood’s home inspection training programs. Our home inspection training programs prepare you to begin your home inspection career with confidence. These courses have already helped thousands of home inspectors begin their career and are approved by the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI) and International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI).
Whether you need professional development to get started or need to pass the national home inspection exam, Brightwood has the education you need. We offer a variety of courses available in different delivery formats. Our National Online Home Inspection Course reviews all of the major home systems and provides in-depth coverage of system and component problems. Interactive exercises, graphic devices, and immediate progress tracking are all key features of this course. Another comprehensive course we have available is our Essentials of Home Inspection Home Study Course. This collegiate-level course is perfect for those who want the flexibility to study on their own time.
Brightwood also offers live home inspection training programs that are top in the industry at our Colorado and Minnesota campus locations. Each class features our state-of-the-art home inspection lab, as well as onsite field inspections. Our classes are delivered by instructors who are experts in the home inspection and construction industries.