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1 & 2 Family Inspector Cross Training
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1 & 2 Family Dwelling for Individuals with Standard Licensure (500 hours)

1 & 2 Family Dwelling for Individuals with a Firesafety Inspector Certificate (800 hours)

Each program is BCAIB approved and includes 127 hours of residential coursework and a combination of on-the-job training (OJT) hours totaling 500 or 800 hours. Up to 50 hours of OJT may be offset by completing BCAIB-approved, trade-specific conference professional development sessions provided by BOAF, FAPGMI, or IAEI. Applicants have 36 months to complete the program.

To begin the program, participants must have a minimum of 3 years’ verifiable full-time experience in inspection or plan review, currently holding a standard license issued by the BCAIB board or a firesafety inspector certificate issued pursuant to Chapter 633 F.S. (See FAC 61G19-7.001 rules for Cross Training Programs here).

Program fees for the program include a pre-application fee of $250 and a post- application fee of $245 upon the completion of training. Course fees are additional to program fees.

All of the inspections in this program must be residential, and must be overseen by an individual holding standard licensure:

·       1 & 2 Family Dwelling license holder may oversee all inspections

·       Electrical standard license holder may oversee electrical inspections

·       Plumbing standard license holder may oversee plumbing inspections

·       Mechanical standard license holder may oversee mechanical inspections

·       Building standard license holder may oversee building inspections

·       A BCA license holder (only) may not oversee any inspections in this program

Residential coursework includes:

Building 40
Plumbing 21
Mechanical 21
Electrical 21
Energy Conservation 7
Pools 3
Radon 1
Termites, Lead, Asbestos 2
Legal Aspects, Permits and Inspections 2
Developing Effective Inspector Skills- available online 7
Inspection & Plan Review Techniques – available online 2
Total Classroom/Online Coursework 127

 

Applicants may apply for approval now! Upon receiving written approval from BOAF, applicants may begin OJT with licensed trainers and taking available online courses. Classroom training for these programs will begin in early 2020.

 

Don’t delay – get started on obtaining 1 & 2 Family Dwelling Inspector licensure now!

 

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