Complete a minimum of 84 Hours of approved Home Inspection Education. Click here to view a list of BTR approved Arizona based schools!
Inspection Training of Arizona is licensed by the Arizona State Board of Private Postsecondary Education to offer our 96 Hour Full Residential Home Inspection Class. Clickhere to see our licensing information.
Pass the National Home Inspector Exam.
Test Prep Class - Our class will get you ready for the National Home Inspector Examination. Click here to view the PSI web site and to schedule your NHIE test.
Complete 30 parallel inspections under the supervision of a licensed Arizona home inspector.
Parallel Inspections are offered at a reduced rate to our Full Residential Inspection graduates. ITAZ has partnered with inspection companies throughout the valley to provide diverse parallel experience. Contact our office for more information.
Maintain and file with the BTR one of the following: 1) Errors and Omissions Insurance in the amount of $200,000 in the aggregate and $100,000 per occurrence; 2) a $25,000 bond or proof of assets in that amount; 3) an alternate financial assurance mechanism approved by the BTR with a value of at least $25,000.
ITA maintains a list of insurance providers, available upon request.
Submission of Home Inspector application and fees
Assistance in the application process (not including application fees).
* If you are looking to become an inspector in another state, please check with your states governing board for your state requirements or you may contact our office for assistance.
New Federal Lead-Safety Regulations!
The Arizona Registrar of Contractors would like to remind contractors that enforcement of lead paint safety regulations becomes effective today. The United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (U.S. EPA) Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule requires federal lead-safe certification for remodeling or demolition in homes, schools, and childcare facilities constructed in and before1978.
The U.S. EPA extended its prior enforcement date of April 22, 2010, to enable contractors to complete their training and apply for the federal certification. The EPA’s interim final enforcement document has more information on enforcement of the regulation.
Contractors, or at least one person employed by a contractor’s firm, must currently be enrolled in the training by December 31, 2010. Training costs vary by provider. Once training is complete, the contractor should apply for certification, which costs $300 and is valid for five years.
It is not necessary to submit your EPA certification or proof of lead-safety course completion to the ROC.