Chicago, IL – Inspection Certification Associates, the leading provider of home inspection training and certification in the U.S., is pleased to announce that it is now an approved training provider for home inspection licensing in the state of Arkansas. Classroom courses that are fully updated for 2019 are currently being offered in Little Rock and Fayetteville.
“We’re thrilled to be able to provide home inspection licensing in the state of Arkansas,” says ICA’s Operations Manager, Chuck Pulaski. “We offer an 8-day classroom course for only $1,695. The course includes home inspection reporting software and online bonus courses covering mold, termite, radon, and many other topics. It’s terrific value for the money, and opens up many valuable employment opportunities for graduates.”
ICA’s classroom training course fulfills the 80 hours of pre-licensing training that is required to obtain a home inspection license in Arkansas. In addition, Arkansas also requires that students take and pass the National Home Inspectors Exam, which ICA also fully prepares students for. All ICA students receive a free 200-page online study guide for the National Home Inspectors Exam and 700 practice questions.
The course is highly comprehensive, covering a wide variety of aspects related to home inspection. Topics include business and legal aspects, roofing, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, electrical systems, marketing, the use of drones in home inspections, and a great deal more.
After passing the National Home Inspector’s exam and having been issued an Arkansas home inspector license, students are ready to either start their own home inspection business or go to work for an existing inspection company. And with a huge online library of reference materials, ICA students and graduates will always have all the information and resources they need to build and grow a successful residential and commercial building inspection business.
Offering the best and most in-depth Home Inspection Training Courses to be found anywhere, ICA offers students the opportunity to be trained and certified to the exacting standards of American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). All ICA instructors are highly qualified and experienced industry experts.
For more information about training to become a home inspector in the state of Arkansas, visit the ICA website.