A home inspector is a person who inspects, analyzes, and reports the physical condition of a property. There are no licensing requirements to become a private home inspector in the state of Minnesota. That being said, the liabilities associated with the private inspection business make professional training essential. To be a public home inspector in the Minnesota Twin Cities—one who performs Truth-in-Housing or code compliance inspections—one must be licensed by the governing city or municipality. To be a private home inspector in some surrounding states, such as Wisconsin and North Dakota, you must obtain a state license. Whatever your aspirations, the first step to getting started in the home inspection business is to enroll in a home inspection training program.
Kaplan's courses will give you the knowledge and skills you need to enter the home inspection industry with confidence! Our home inspection training courses contain everything you need to become an independent home inspector and/or pass the national exam.
Comprehensive Online Learning
Our new online course is the most comprehensive home inspection course on the market, with all-new home inspection field videos, instructor-led seminars, interactive exercises, and reporting tutorials.
Live On-site Home Inspection Training
By including field inspections as a part of our curriculum, we have created the ultimate learning experience. With our live on-site training, you will spend two days inspecting properties with our experienced instructors. You will perform live inspections and learn how to prepare home inspection reports. Hands-on training is simply the fastest way to build your skills and confidence.
Live Online Interactive Study Groups
In addition to the online and on-site home inspection training Kaplan offers, you can also attend weekly Live Online Interactive Study Groups. This open forum allows you to join our expert faculty and other students for a lively discussion of topics.
Our instructors are all home inspection and construction professionals who know the industry and are committed to helping your business flourish. By sharing personal experiences, they will make your learning relevant and fun.