Home Inspection Licensing


Progress towards inspection certification
Course name Progress
InterNACHI Home Inspection Standards of Practice 100%
How to Perform Roof Inspections 100%
How to Perform Residential Electrical Inspections 100%
Structural Issues for Home Inspectors 100%
Residential Plumbing Overview for Inspectors 100%
Safe Practices for the Home Inspector 100%
InterNACHI® Code of Ethics Course 100%
Inspecting Means of Egress 100%
Inspecting Water Heater Tanks 100%
Advanced Inspection of Crawlspaces 100%
Inspecting Foundation Walls and Piers 100%
25 Standards Every Inspector Should Know 100%
How to Inspect for Moisture Intrusion 100%
Advanced Electrical Inspection Training 100%
How to Perform Exterior Inspections 100%
Inspecting HVAC Systems 100%
Inspecting Attic, Insulation, Ventilation and Interior 100%
Fundamentals of Inspecting the Exterior 100%
How to Perform Deck Inspections Video Course 100%
How to Perform Deck Inspections Course 100%
Inspecting Asphalt Shingle Roofs 100%
Inspecting Tile Roofs 100%
Appliance Inspection for Home Inspectors 100%
How to Inspect Fireplaces, Stoves, and Chimneys 100%
Inspecting Manufactured and Mobile Homes 92%
Overall License Progress: 100%
Hours invested so far: 142 of 143

InterNACHI® School is accredited as a postsecondary school by a national accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education (USDE) to provide tuition-free online training, examination, certification, and continuing education to InterNACHI® members. InterNACHI® School is also a Member College of the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC) of Canada, a national association representing more than 500 regulated career colleges across Canada.

The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation requires individuals to complete 120 hours of state-approved training, pass a state exam, and submit an application to the state. InterNACHI's home inspector exam is approved by the DBPR.


The Department of Business and Professional Regulation is responsible for licensing and regulating home inspectors. The Department’s Bureau of Central Intake and Licensure processes applications for licensure and refers complex applications to the home inspectors licensing office for final review. The Division of Regulation is responsible for complaint analysis and investigations, and the Office of the General Counsel provides prosecutorial services for disciplinary cases. The Department engages in rulemaking to implement the provisions set forth in its statutes and conducts other general business, as necessary.