ICA’s online home inspector course can now be reimbursed by the GI Bill®
Military servicemembers work hard to protect the freedoms of American citizens. In return for their service, the government offers them a number of benefits, such as the opportunity to pursue education without going into debt.
The GI Bill® provide education benefits to servicemembers hoping to pursue a degree. These benefits lead to significant savings on the part of the student. This is a popular benefit for anyone who has joined the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard or the Reserves.
The GI Bill® and ICA Home Inspection
We’re happy to announce that United States Military Veterans are able to receive full tuition reimbursement for ICA’s $695 online home inspection course through the GI Bill®! Click here to learn more and enroll for the program.
Are Active Service Members Also Eligible?
If you are an active duty Army Soldier, you do not have to wait until you retire! Active duty Army soldiers are eligible for up front education tuition coverage by applying for ICA live or online training through Army Ignited. Click here for more details.
Education at Your Own Pace
The path to becoming a professional home inspector may not be as long as you expect. While your peers might have several years of classes, tests and internships ahead of them before they begin their dream job, your career can begin as soon as you’d like.
There are no time limits on the training and certification program, so you can work at your own pace. This allows students to continue working their current jobs while they study for a career in home inspection.
Regardless of your current lifestyle, training from Inspection Certification Associates can fit in easily. On average, students complete the course within a month. Others opt to and study full-time, quickly completing the material in less than two weeks.
Begin Your Home Inspection Career Today
After completing our course, you’ll have the knowledge necessary to pursue licensure. In some states, a license is not required, making it even easier to begin working in the field.
Contrary to popular belief, those hoping to become home inspectors do not need a background in construction to begin their career. While helpful, it’s not required. Men and women of all ages, backgrounds and education levels have found success as home inspectors.
If you’re a military servicemember hoping to become a home inspector, call or contact us at 888-374-4096 or email [email protected] today to start your program. By learning at your own pace and on your own schedule, you’ll find success in the field in no time!