Licenses scheduled to expire between March 10th and July 10th will now expire on October 1st. Licenses expiring on or after July 11th will renew as scheduled.
Home Inspector Classes
Great news! Online classes are now available, you can help fulfill your 20 hour continuing education requirements in the comfort of your home or office. ABC RTI offers various classes that can be taken online. Click here for Online Classes >>>
NEW HAMPSHIRE HOME INSPECTORS
Each licensee shall obtain at least 20 continuing education hours of approved continuing education courses during the biennial renewal period as a condition of license renewal.
Continuing Educational Hour Requirements. Continuing education hours shall meet the following criteria:
a. Continuing education activities shall be relevant to the practice of home inspection or no credit shall be awarded. Such continuing education activities may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.
b. One hour shall be building regulations including any recent revisions to building regulations.
MA Board of Registration of Home Inspectors
NH Board of Registration of Home Inspectors
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Online classes available for NH Home Inspectors
(not available for Massachusetts Home Inspectors)
Massachusetts unfortunately does not accept online courses. All classes that count towards continuing education credit must be taken live in-person at our ABC classroom in Haverhill. Please see our class schedule below to register for live classes.
MASSACHUSETTS HOME INSPECTORS
1. Licensed Home Inspectors and Associate Home Inspectors are required, as a condition of license renewal, to complete a minimum of 12 hours of continuing education activities per renewal cycle. A renewal cycle consists of the 24 months prior to each renewal date.
2. Registrants whose license is issued during the 24 month cycle shall have their continuing education activities prorated based on one hour per two months from the date of issue to the date of renewal.
3. Only those continuing education activities, which are completed during the renewal cycle, will be acceptable as qualifying continuing education activities for that period.
4. At least four hours of the required continuing education activities shall be dedicated to the 266 CMR regulations including the standards of practice and at least one hour shall be dedicated to professional ethics for each renewal cycle.
The five hours listed above on #4: Standards of Practice and Professional Ethics are considered the 5 hours of required core classes. The additional seven hours must be elective courses.