Monday, January 21st, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm


This course is designed to educate home inspectors on how to safely test electrical systems. The standard of practice will be discussed, and all attendees will be made aware that performing this service is optional and not required. This is only a basic training to help inspectors decide if this is a service they wish to add to their inspections, and make them aware that additional training may be necessary to become proficient at this. Examples will be given to show the benefits of providing this service and what potential, serious concerns can be discovered by taking even a few simple tests.


Mike Twitty, ACI


Mike Twitty, ACI, began his home inspection business in 2004 after retiring from a 30-year career at Ford Motor Company, where he worked as an industrial electrician. Mike is a licensed electrician in Tennessee, and holds certifications from the ICC as a residential building inspector and residential electrical inspector. He attended the University of Tennessee and later graduated from Nashville State Technical Institute with honors, majoring in photography and communications. Mike serves on the ASHI technical review committee and has taught numerous seminars for home inspectors. He has authored several articles for publication on electrical inspections.