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Home inspection is an essential part of the home-buying process, as it helps potential buyers make informed decisions about the properties they are considering. As the demand for home inspectors continues to grow, it is important to have high-quality education and training programs that prepare students for this rewarding and challenging field. Ashton College and Carson Dunlop have come together to provide just that.
Ashton College, a Canadian accredited post-secondary institution, and Carson Dunlop, a leading provider of home inspection training and education, have partnered to offer a Home Inspection Certificate program that is based on Carson Dunlop's Home Inspection Training Program. This collaboration brings together the expertise of two respected institutions in home inspection education, providing students with a comprehensive education that prepares them for success in the industry.
Carson Dunlop has been providing home inspection education and training for over 40 years, making it one of the most experienced and respected providers in the industry. The company's Home Inspection Training Program is recognized by the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and the Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (CAHPI), ensuring that graduates receive the highest standard of education in the field
Carson Dunlop's program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to conduct thorough home inspections and write clear, concise reports for clients. The program covers a range of topics, including building systems, materials and components, and inspection techniques. Students have access to a wide range of resources, including textbooks, training manuals, and online tools, as well as ongoing support from experienced instructors.
Ashton College is a recognized leader in career-focused education, providing students with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in a wide range of fields. The college's Home Inspection Certificate program builds on its reputation for excellence, providing students with a practical education that prepares them for the demands of the industry.
The Home Inspection Certificate program offered by Ashton College is based on Carson Dunlop's Home Inspection Training Program, ensuring that students receive the same highquality education that has made Carson Dunlop a leader in the industry. The program covers all aspects of home inspection, from the initial inspection process to report writing and communication with clients. Students also have access to Carson Dunlop's extensive library of inspection resources, giving them a wealth of information to draw on as they begin their careers.
The partnership between Ashton College and Carson Dunlop brings together two respected institutions in home inspection education, providing students with a comprehensive education that prepares them for success in the industry. Students in the Home Inspection Certificate program can access Carson Dunlop's expertise and resources, as well as the support and guidance of experienced instructors from Ashton College.
Graduates of the Home Inspection Certificate program are well-prepared to pursue careers as home inspectors, with the knowledge and skills they need to conduct thorough inspections and provide valuable insights to clients. They are also well-equipped to take on the challenges of a rapidly growing industry, with a solid foundation in the principles and practices of home inspection.
Ashton College’s Home Inspection Certificate program is offered on a course-by-course basis. Students can enroll for one course at a time. All instruction is by qualified and licensed Home Inspectors who engage with students during livestream sessions twice a week. The livestream sessions are also recorded giving students the flexibility to review them from the comfort of their home or office.
To register for an upcoming course, go to https://www.ashtoncollege.ca/programs/home-inspection-certificate/
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