ASHI will be submitting requests to various accrediting agencies.

Information on approvals will be listed on this page as the approvals are received.

 
 
  • Earn 2 CEs for each attended session.

  • Indicate on IW registration form if seeking CEs with other organizations.

  • Reader device will identify your badge ID at classroom doorway.

 
 
 

American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC)

ACAC accepts ASHI education. Student submits own certificate of attendance to ACAC indicating name, date and instructional hours.


Building Performance Institute (BPI)

ASHI will file with BPI to apply credits following InspectionWorld.

20 sessions approved:

  • Inspecting Kitchen Appliances and More

  • Flipped Out Plumbing

  • Report Writing-Identify and Describe that Defect

  • HVAC-Just Working or Working Properly

  • The Physics, History and Applied Inspection Techniques of Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps

  • Attic and Crawlspace Ventilation

  • Electrical Service Inspections: Knowledge to Use Everyday

  • Beam Analysis and the Magic of Engineered Lumber

  • Chimney and Fireplace Appliance Inspections

  • Applying Structural Engineering to Home Inspection

  • Inspection Fundamentals, Safety and Better Service

  • Testing Electrical Systems

  • Practical Science behind Home Inspections

  • Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing in Residential Applications

  • Advanced Electrical 2018 Resistance if Futile

  • What’s New in International and Uniform Mechanical Codes

  • Identifying Bulk Water Intrusion of the Exterior Walls

  • Body Language of a House Structure Crack Analysis

  • Low Slope Roofing

  • Structural Considerations of Raised Concrete Foundations


Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (CAPHI)

All sessions approved. Student submits own certificate of attendance to CAHPI for 18 credit hours.


California Real Estate Inspectors Association (CREIA)

All sessions approved. Student submits own certificate of attendance to CREIA for 18 credit hours.


Florida Association of Building Inspectors (FABI)

All sessions approved. Student submits own certificate of attendance to FABI for 18 credit hours.


International Code Council (ICC)

Student submits own certificate of attendance to ICC indicating name, date and instructional hours.

25 sessions approved:

  • Inspecting Kitchen Appliances and More

  • Flipped Out Plumbing

  • Report Writing – Identify and Describe that Defect

  • HVAC-Just Working or Working Properly

  • The Physics, History and Applied Inspection Techniques of Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps

  • Attic and Crawlspace Ventilation

  • Electrical Service Inspections: Knowledge to Use Everyday

  • Beam Analysis and the Magic of Engineered Lumber

  • Chimney and Fireplace Appliance Inspections

  • Applying Structural Engineering to Home Inspection

  • Inspection Fundamentals, Safety and Better Service

  • Testing Electrical Systems

  • Practical Science behind Home Inspections

  • Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing in Residential Applications

  • Advanced Electrical 2018 Resistance is Futile

  • What’s New in International and Uniform Mechanical Codes

  • Identifying Bulk Water Intrusion at the Exterior Walls

  • Body Language of a house Structure Crack Analysis-Reading between the Lines

  • Low Slope Roofing

  • Earthquake Vulnerabilities and Effective Strengthening Methods

  • Structural Considerations of Raised Concrete Foundations

  • Inspecting Solar and PV Panels

  • Inspecting Hard Coat Stucco

  • Specialty Roofing: Slate, Tile, Metal, Wood and beyond

  • Inspection of Exterior Claddings-What are the Warning Signs of Impending Failure?