Best-in-Class Live Arkansas Home Inspection Training!
Arkansas Home Inspection Training
Searching for home inspector training to get your home inspector license in Arkansas? American Home Inspectors Training (AHIT) is an approved Arkansas home inspection school. AHIT offers hands-on interactive training for home inspection taught by expert home inspector trainers.
Our live Arkansas home inspection class combines our step-by-step education process and real-life field training to make it easy for you to understand all the vital knowledge you need to know to about how to become a home inspector in Arkansas and to get your inspector business started. Arkansas does not currently accept online home inspection courses for home inspector certification.
Arkansas Live Home Inspection Certification Class Includes:
Arkansas Home Inspection Course – The best, hands-on, comprehensive home inspector training from the company with the most experience.
- Classroom Training: 9 days of in-person training covering all major home systems and professional inspection process and reports taught by successful home inspectors
- Field Training: Hands-on, real inspections of real homes
- Online Study Modules: 12 months of access to supplemental online home inspector course to review the key principles of a home inspection
- NOW INCLUDED! Inspecting Commercial Properties Online Course: This video-based building inspection course will make your learning experience fun and easy while it takes you step-by-step through the vital information you need to know about how to become a commercial building inspector.
Everything you need to succeed as a home inspector is included when you select AHIT as your education partner.
Arkansas Home Inspector Licensing Requirements
Requirements to Become an Arkansas Home Inspector
- Arkansas home inspection education hours: 80 hours
- Exam Required: NHIE and ASHI
- Application Fee: $250.00 per year (for applications received between July 1 and December 31, the fee is $375) (other fees may apply)
- Insurance Requirements: General liability insurance of at least $100,000
- Notarized application is required. Background is not required but need to disclose.
- Fingerprints are not required
- High School Diploma or GED is required
Home Inspection License Expiration: Annual, expires December 31st (file by December 1st)
Arkansas Home Inspector Continuing Education Requirements
- 14 hours of education annually (only 4 hours can come from online education)
Arkansas State Licensing Board
- Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board establishes the Arkansas Home Inspector License Requirements