Home Inspector Field Training

Field Training is a Very Important Part of a Complete Home Inspection Training Program

The cost of the 40 hours of field training is $1,000. Field training is in addition to the one hundred twenty hours of classroom instruction and this price is only for students that attend our fundamentals of home inspection course.

If you are interested in having us develop a standalone field training class around your schedule please contact Trevor Rice at InspectorTraining@Comcast.Net or call (360) 485-7123 to discuss your requirements. The fee for standalone field training is $ 2,500


Field training must include forty hours of instruction with a minimum of five actual complete home inspections done to the standards of practice under the supervision of an experienced inspector. The applicant will be required to complete written reports for each inspection and the supervisor will review the reports and certify that they are in full compliance with the standards of practice.

All field training students will be provided with a copy of Carson Dunlop’s Fast Forms report writing software for your training and a copy of the Home Reference Book.


How It WorksFast Forms Checklist

Fast Forms works just like a checklist and clipboard on your screen, but is much faster and produces far better results. You don’t have to worry about the quality of your handwriting or spelling mistakes. Point-and-click, and add custom notes as needed. Fast Forms includes a complete set of color-coded checklists that provide descriptions, recommendations and links to more information in the Home Reference Book – to help with your training. Storing your reports is easy and efficient. Everything goes into a single folder on your computer.

If you’re interested in a career in home inspection a solid home inspector field training program is essential. While acquiring technical knowledge through studying is an important part of our training program, home inspectors benefit greatly by having the field training required by the state of Washington.


Since you’ll be using your skills hands-on, both your competence and confidence in the field of home inspection will grow. Being confident in your skills will be apparent to your clients once you’re running your business, and you’ll feel more at ease because you know what you’re doing. You’ll also minimize your liability by learning what to do (and what not to do) from an experienced professional, which is a vital component to a complete home inspection training program.

Experience Real Issues

In the real world, there are going to be unexpected issues. Through field training, you can experience these situations and observe how your instructor deals with them. With field training, you will discover the answer to many common problems. When you start your new business, you’ll be prepared to calmly and professionally handle any issues that may arise during your inspections.

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Benefit from Working with a Trained Professional

Field training is a great opportunity to ask questions. We are there to support you and teach you to avoid mistakes that new home inspectors often make. On top of this, by simply listening to your instructor you’ll learn important tricks of the trade that only experienced inspectors know, and you’ll be a better inspector.

A complete home inspection training program that includes field training will allow you to hit the ground running with your career. You’ll be knowledgeable in both theory and application, and will be able to make more informed choices when it comes to inspecting homes and running your business professionally.

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At Washington Home inspector Training, our Home Inspector Training Program includes field training that will allow you to master your skills. If you’re interested in learning more about our program call (360) 485-7123



Cancellation policy.

The $500 dollar deposit to reserve a seat in the Fundamentals of Home Inspection course is non refundable.