Oregon Home Inspector Training
Oregon home inspector training by an authorized educational provider like Nonprofit Home Inspections can get you started on a career as an Oregon Certified Home Inspector. Nonprofit Home Inspections is approved by the State of Oregon’s Construction Contractors Board as a training provider for both initial home inspector training and continuing education requirements. Nonprofit Home Inspections has partnered with InterNACHI, the nation’s largest home inspection association, to provide classroom training opportunities for students in the state of Oregon. Our partnership with InterNACHI and their licensed curriculum allows us to combine the best of their proven curriculum with hands on training opportunities that will help you prepare for your state and national exams. We are approved for continuing education requirements as well, so if you want to become a home inspector in Oregon or if you need to obtain continuing education credits to maintain your license, Nonprofit Home Inspections is here to help.
Earn 20 Qualifying Points and / or 30 Educational Units in Oregon
Fulfill your requirements to become a home inspector in Oregon.
Earn 12 Additional Home Inspection Certifications
Hit the ground running and be prepared to give outstanding home inspections.
Hands on training with modern home inspection tools
Learn how to use tools of the trade from practicing inspectors.
Classroom and distance learning opportunities
Combine a proven curriculum with hands on training.
Become A Home Inspector In Oregon
Those wishing to become an Oregon Certified Home Inspector can take our course to exceed the state’s educational requirements through our authorized classroom instruction and ride along program. Nonprofit Home Inspections course will fulfill the educational requirements to become a certified home inspector in Oregon. Our course will give you the required 20 qualifying points in conjunction with our interactive classroom setting and also through our ride along program. With the experience you gain through our home inspector training school, you will be better prepared to take the National Home Inspector Exam (NHIE) and start doing your own quality home inspections.
The state of Oregon uses a points systems rather than credit hours to certify home inspectors. You need to 20 points to be able to become a home inspector in the state of Oregon. Nonprofit Home Inspections’ Oregon training school will provide the necessary point requirements in order to complete your educational certification to become a home inspector. Each course that has been completed equals 1 point. You will also receive one point from each ride along you complete with Nonprofit Home Inspections.
Continuing Education – Oregon Home Inspector Training
Home inspectors in Oregon are required to complete 30 continuing education units every 2 years prior in order to renew their licenses. As an authorized continuing education provider for Oregon, Nonprofit Home Inspections can help you stay up to date on modern home inspection practices while allowing you to renew your license in Oregon.
Oregon Home Inspector Training – Additional Benefits
- Online Classes Plus Four Ride Alongs!
- Includes Exam Prep
- Fulfill Education Requirements for Oregon
Classroom - 2 Weeks
- Intensive Classroom Based Education
- 120 Hours of Classroom Instruction
- Fulfills Educational Requirements for Oregon and Washington
Home Inspection Classes (Oregon) – Schedule
Our Online+ option can start at any time. You will have 1 month to complete the coursework once you start, but can continue taking courses for $49 per month if necessary. The Online+ option has been designed to be completed in 2 solid weeks of full time studying.
Our two week long classroom based home inspector course for Oregon will be held on the following dates:
Our Oregon classroom training is held in conjunction with our Washington home inspector training on the following dates:
February 6th, 2023 – February 18th, 2023
April 3rd, 2023 – April 14th, 2023
June 5th, 2023 – June 16th, 2023
September 11th, 2023 – September 22nd, 2023
November 27th, 2023 – December 8th, 2023
Field training is scheduled for the following dates:
February 20th, 2023 – February 24th, 2023
April 17th, 2023 – April 21st, 2023
June 19th, 2023 – June 23rd, 2023
September 25th, 2023 – September 29th, 2023
December 11th, 2022 – December 15th, 2022
Week 1 in the courses are Monday through Saturday, and Week 2 in the courses are Monday through Friday. The classes meet daily from 7:30am until 6:30pm. Field training is held during Week 3 Monday through Friday 9am to 5:30pm.
To register, please click on the “Register Now” button. A $500 deposit is required to hold your spot in the class. The balance of tuition is due no later than the first day of the class.
Once you register for either the classroom option or the Online+ option, you will be sent information on how to register with InterNACHI for your 1 month free membership and will be given a class list so that you can start working on classes right away. When you register with InterNACHI, they will ask for a credit card number, but you can cancel prior to the end of your one month membership so that you don’t get charged anything. Starting to work on your classes ahead of time will allow you to work on more advanced subjects during the state mandated 120 hours of classroom time.
If you have selected the Online+ option, please note that the field training / ride along opportunities will be available in the week following each of the separate class-based options listed above (i.e. students taking the online option and the classroom option will have field training at the same time). This will apply to all students enrolled after 4/15/22.
Resources for Becoming a Home Inspector in Oregon
- Oregon Construction Contractors Board – Home Inspector Licensing Information
(This includes information on the certification process for becoming a home inspector in Oregon)
- Oregon Home Inspector Application Packet
(This includes general information about becoming a home inspector in Oregon, eligibility requirements, testing procedures, etc.)
Nonprofit Home Inspections is an educational provider for the Oregon Department of Human Services’ Vocational Rehabilitation program.