Benefits of Learning About Home Inspection in the Classroom

By Published On: June 3rd, 2013Categories: Home Inspection Career Guide0 Comments

Learning how to become a home inspector is a great opportunity! There are a lot of benefits of learning about a home inspection in the classroom.

Classroom learning is a great experience. As a student in the classroom, you will be able to interact with your classmates, experience structured training, and receive feedback with your instructor immediately.

Here are some other benefits of learning about home inspection in the classroom:

  • Patient environment
  • Support from peers and instructors, such as encouragement
  • Real time discussions
  • Valuable feedback
  • At quiet time for focusing on this new goal
  • Great networking opportunities

In addition to these benefits, a classroom interaction can facilitate the right type of quality information being shared or exchanged.

     Think about a time when you read an article. Can you remember three key learning points from the article? Whether you are able to or not, the point is this, people retain information much better when they have an emotional reaction to it. That’s why great instructors are so highly valued because they are skilled at delivering information in a way that excites, inspires, motivates and engages their audiences.

For home inspection, classroom learning is a top choice!

By providing quality hands on training, you will be introduced to the goals and standards of the home inspection industry.

As you are learning how to become a home inspector, AHIT provides live home inspections that each student will be able to go on. The live home inspection teaches each student what to look for when inspecting specific items in the home. Students will be able to understand visually and mentally on a live home inspection.

So what are you waiting for? Call us today and set up a class!

About the Author: Kristin Warner

Kristin is the Marketing Director at AHIT. She has authored content for numerous real estate brands, and managed corporate communications for a public real estate company. She is passionate about the home inspection and real estate industries, and loves digging into research to provide insights that empower home inspectors and real estate agents in their businesses.