How To Become A Home Inspector In VA
Step One: Complete at least 70 hours of Virginia approved home inspection training.
Step Two: Pass the National Home Inspection Exam (NHIE)
Step Three: Perform 25 ride-along inspections with a licensed home inspector.
ICA Virginia Home Inspection Course Details
The ICA Virginia home inspection course consists of our online course and 4 days of classroom training.
All ICA graduates receive a free one-month membership to InterNACHI and can complete the 25 ride-along inspections by connecting with experienced InterNACHI members who are already licensed. The ride along inspections can also be completed with any licensed home inspector of your own choosing.
Virginia Home Inspector Training Classes
|All of Virginia (Note: Our webinar format allows you to attend from home.)|
|Webinar||January 14-17, 2021 (Includes Online Course)|
|Webinar||February 4-7, 2021 (Includes Online Course)|
|Webinar||February 25-28, 2021 (Includes Online Course)|
|Webinar||March 18-21, 2021 (Includes Online Course)|
Inspection Certification Associates’ Virginia Home Inspector Classroom and Field Training has been approved by Virginia’s Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation (DPOR) to provide the required classroom training for Virginia home inspector applicants. Here is a copy of Virginia Home Inspection Board’s letter approving Inspection Certification Associates to provide home inspection training and certification.
We offer two home inspection courses that meet Virginia’s training requirements, one of which is eight days of classroom training that runs from Saturday to Saturday. ICA’s other option for Virginia home inspection training is a hybrid course that includes four days of classroom training from Thursday through Sunday. Under this option, students complete the balance of their training through our online training and certification program. Tuition for either option is $1,395.