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WAHI Pre-Licensing Home Inspection Training Course

  • 17 Jan 2022
  • 7:30 AM
  • 21 Jan 2022
  • 5:30 PM
  • Adashun Jones Real Estate Office, 1028 S Main St, Fond du Lac, WI 54935

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WAHI Pre-Licensing Home Inspection Training Course 
Monday, January 17 through Friday, January 21


Adashun Jones Real Estate Office 

1028 S Main St, Fond du Lac, WI 54935


Monday, January 17th through Friday, January 21st

This educational program is in-person only and comprised of 2 components - classroom training and field training!

Course Syllabus


      Classroom Training

Initially you will learn the critical components of home inspecting in a classroom setting. This will consist of detailed presentations which will give you the information you need to succeed. 

This portion of the course will address all home systems, the Wisconsin Standards of Practice and State Statutes, report writing, equipment needs and business management.    



Field Training

The latter part of the week will be hands-on, field training.  This segment will provide you with the nuts and bolts of being a professional home inspector.  We will show you what to look for, what a typical inspection must include to meet state requirements and how to best inform and educate your client.   WAHI’s training will give you the knowledge needed to feel confident in any and all situations. 


Included in the Course

  • Coffee and donuts during check-in each morning
  • Lunch each day
  • All course materials (text book: Principles of Home Inspection, Systems and Standards, 3rd edition)
  • Certificate of Completion, when applicable
  • Optional: Complimentary attendance at the WAHI Fox Valley Chapter Meeting the evening of Tuesday, January 18th - Waverly Beach in Menasha 
  • Optional: Complimentary attendance at the WAHI Spring 2022 Training Seminar 

All participants must preregister as space is limited – no on-site registrations.


For further information, please contact 

WAHI Executive Director Julie Arnstein 

414.531.3199 or julie@wahigroup.com 

     

Fee: $995.00

Area Lodging   

Comfort Inn
77 Holiday Lane
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
(920) 921-4000 or (800) 301-0200

Complimentary deluxe continental breakfast, indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, fitness center, game room.

Country Inn & Suites
121 Merwin Way
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
(920) 924-8800

Continental breakfast, coffee makers, indoor pool & whirlpool, fitness room

Days Inn
107 N. Pioneer Rd.
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
(920) 923-6790

Free continental breakfast, free high-speed internet, indoor pool and whirlpool; pets allowed.

Radisson Hotel and Conference Center
625 W. Rolling Meadows Drive (Highways 41 & 151 South)
Fond du Lac, WI 54935
(920) 923-1440 

Indoor swimming pool, whirlpool and sauna, full restaurant and lounge, exercise room.  

This inspection review event is an opportunity for you to evaluate and refine your inspection skills with the aid of a panel of your peers, rather than a person with a black robe and a big “hammer” (i.e. gavel). Results will be kept strictly confidential.

The inspections will begin at 8:00 AM.  Participants will have two hours to complete their inspection (electrical panels will already be removed, ladders in place, cover off the furnace, etc. to aid in the time limit)   Upon completion participants will immediately present their findings and their completed report to the panel as if to a client - the panel of judges have inspected the house and identified defects. Participants are required to bring 2 additional inspection reports (recently completed) for review by the panel to access if they are meeting state standards. There will be “must find, must report” items, previously identified by the review panel, the panel will be looking for (the panel will be focusing on the identification of major defects, not issues such as windows or doors sticking). During the inspection process communication between participants will not be allowed - this event is intended to help participants evaluate their personal skill level. The morning session will be worth 3 continuing education credits.  Space is limited; register early to ensure your participation.

This inspection review event is an opportunity for you to evaluate and refine your inspection skills with the aid of a panel of your peers, rather than a person with a black robe and a big “hammer” (i.e. gavel). Results will be kept strictly confidential.

The inspections will begin at 8:00 AM.  Participants will have two hours to complete their inspection (electrical panels will already be removed, ladders in place, cover off the furnace, etc. to aid in the time limit)   Upon completion participants will immediately present their findings and their completed report to the panel as if to a client - the panel of judges have inspected the house and identified defects. Participants are required to bring 2 additional inspection reports (recently completed) for review by the panel to access if they are meeting state standards. There will be “must find, must report” items, previously identified by the review panel, the panel will be looking for (the panel will be focusing on the identification of major defects, not issues such as windows or doors sticking). During the inspection process communication between participants will not be allowed - this event is intended to help participants evaluate their personal skill level. The morning session will be worth 3 continuing education credits.  Space is limited; register early to ensure your participation.

This inspection review event is an opportunity for you to evaluate and refine your inspection skills with the aid of a panel of your peers, rather than a person with a black robe and a big “hammer” (i.e. gavel). Results will be kept strictly confidential.

The inspections will begin at 8:00 AM.  Participants will have two hours to complete their inspection (electrical panels will already be removed, ladders in place, cover off the furnace, etc. to aid in the time limit)   Upon completion participants will immediately present their findings and their completed report to the panel as if to a client - the panel of judges have inspected the house and identified defects. Participants are required to bring 2 additional inspection reports (recently completed) for review by the panel to access if they are meeting state standards. There will be “must find, must report” items, previously identified by the review panel, the panel will be looking for (the panel will be focusing on the identification of major defects, not issues such as windows or doors sticking). During the inspection process communication between participants will not be allowed - this event is intended to help participants evaluate their personal skill level. The morning session will be worth 3 continuing education credits.  Space is limited; register early to ensure your participation.

This inspection review event is an opportunity for you to evaluate and refine your inspection skills with the aid of a panel of your peers, rather than a person with a black robe and a big “hammer” (i.e. gavel). Results will be kept strictly confidential.

The inspections will begin at 8:00 AM.  Participants will have two hours to complete their inspection (electrical panels will already be removed, ladders in place, cover off the furnace, etc. to aid in the time limit)   Upon completion participants will immediately present their findings and their completed report to the panel as if to a client - the panel of judges have inspected the house and identified defects. Participants are required to bring 2 additional inspection reports (recently completed) for review by the panel to access if they are meeting state standards. There will be “must find, must report” items, previously identified by the review panel, the panel will be looking for (the panel will be focusing on the identification of major defects, not issues such as windows or doors sticking). During the inspection process communication between participants will not be allowed - this event is intended to help participants evaluate their personal skill level. The morning session will be worth 3 continuing education credits.  Space is limited; register early to ensure your participation.

The afternoon session will be inspection training at the same property.  Experienced inspectors and contractors will be posted throughout the house in numerous locations to provide approximately 45 minute presentations on how to inspect various components - participants will then rotate to the next area/presenter.  The training will take place from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm and will be worth 4 continuing education credits. Space is limited; register early to ensure your participation.

7 - 8 am     Registration and Breakfast

  8:00 am   Attic Insulation

                       Ed Cottingham, Zonolite Attic Insulatin Trust

                  Steps to Perform RV Inspections

                     Bob and Sally Nielsen, RV Inspection Connection

  9:45 am     Break and Visit the Vendors       

10:15 am     Siding and Flashing Deficiencies

                     Joe Martis & Matt Sneider, Guardian Exteriors

12:00 pm   Lunch/Annual Meeting/Visit the Vendors

  1:30 pm   In-Floor Radiant Heat

                     Howie Heier, Hydro-Flo Products, Inc.

  3:15 pm     Break and Visit the Vendors

  3:45 pm     Smoke Alarms - Deadly Differences 

                     Skip Walker, Walker Property Evaluation Services

  5:30 pm   Distribution of CEU Certificates

Ho-Chunk Casino, S3214 Hwy 12, Baraboo, WI

To reserve a room, call 1-800-746-2486. A block of rooms is being held for March 12, March 13 and

March 14 at a rate of $89.00. Be sure to mention “3747” when making your reservation.

Room block expires on Sunday March 1, 2015

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