Classes

    Courses Found: 31

    • Multi Unit Residential Inspections

      So, you're looking to take your inspection business to the next level. Learn what to look for when inspecting a multi-unit residential dwelling. Identify the common systems found in the dwelling and how services are cross supplied to tenants.

    • NETI House of Horrors Tour

      Welcome to the NETI House of Horrors®. This guided tour will bring you through our state of the art facility here in beautiful Bloomsburg Pennsylvania. You will first tour our building and classrooms with one of our team members, learning about all we have to offer our students. The second half of the tour brings you to our House of Horrors®. With over 1,000 building defects this is the ultimate learning tool. The tour will walk you through the house answering any questions about what our house has to offer.

    • OSHA Training

      If you have employees, this class discusses the safety of you and your employees by addressing your specific industry. Come enjoy a round table discussion on industry health and safety.

    • Property Maintenance Inspections

      The course will be based on the 2015 International Property Maintenance Code. Classroom discussion will include Scope and Applications, Enforcement, General Requirement and Physical elements of buildings.

    • Residential Electric Update

      This course is designed for Contractors, Electricians and Residential Electrical Inspectors. The course is based on the 2018 International Residential Codes and the NEC 2017. It will also cover utility requirements for services. The course will cover the requirements for temporary services, residential services for single and multi-family dwellings, Arc-fault and GFCI’s, Generators, Panels, and general wiring requirements.

    • Residential Provisions 2015 International Energy Conservation

      Everybody’s favorite…not really. The Energy Code has been confusing from day one and keeps changing with every edition. Primary focus will be on Residential.

    • Roofing and Exterior

      There are multiple types of Roofing material as well as Siding, Architectural styles and numerous defects to go along with them. Learn about the old and the new and how to identify the real from the fake. Learn inspection and safety procedures. Examples will be demonstrated at the "HOUSE OF HORRORS®"

    • Safety Glazing

      This class is designed to explain the various locations where safety glazing is required. The primary emphasis is on residential uses, however many of the requirements are also found in commercial uses. We will look at the most common locations along with the most common misunderstood code requirements. Alternative methods to comply for the code requirements will also be discussed.

    • Sewer Scope Training

      This course is design to give home inspectors the training needed to operate a sewer camera on residential and commercial property inspections. It will familiarize students on the proper techniques to perform this service for their customers. Discussing different piping systems which would be found in the inspection field.

    • Superior Walls

      This course teaches the inspector the proper plan review and inspection process for Superior wall foundations. It will cover the construction of the walls, the proper footers, how the IRC pertains to these walls and the proper method of attaching decks to these walls.

    • Swimming Pools Based on 2014 NEC

      The requirements contained in article 680 apply to the instillation of electrical wiring and equipment for swimming pools, spas, hot tubs and hydromassage tubs. The overriding concern of this article is to keep people and electricity separated. This course will explore this article in detail.

    • Well and Septic

      Well and Septic systems can be intimidating. Major components and functions are typically not visible. Extensive liability is present, health risks and environmental concerns exist. This course will discuss the different types of systems out in the field, common defects, how to identify them, and various testing procedures. In house examples and demonstrations located at the "HOUSE OF HORRORS®"