Attention: This event will be rescheduled due to the winter storm. The reschedule date will be confirmed on March 17th, 2017.
On March 14th & 15th at 8:30am to 12:00pm, one of EliteMGA’s partners, Inspector Claim Assist, will be hosting a continuing education event at the Philadelphia Navy Yard covering Inspector’s Risk Mangagement. At the seminar you will learn from the best in the industry about subjects including how to communicate the scope of the inspection to the homeowner and financial institution, correctly identifying and describing specific defects, why taking photos it paramount for home inspections, the ethics of getting kickbacks for paid referrals, and protecting your integrity as an inspector. The two seminars are designed to satisfy the three credit requirement on ethics in each biennial period according to the N.J.A.C.13:40-15.14(b)(1).
Both independent seminars will satisfy the credit requirements. On March 14th, the main topic of discussion will cover Inspection Report Writing, providing basic strategies for effective report writing and case studies to provide home inspectors with effective tools to prepare quality home inspection reports. On March 15th, the main discussion will focus on “Ethics for Home Inspectors in New Jersey.” It is Inspector Claim Assist’s goal to fuse regulatory requirements with real world examples. This will provide home inspectors with a comprehensive understanding of their duties and obligations to their clients and the community.
The continuing education seminar for home inspectors will provide light breakfast and coffee to those attending. If you are interested, please fill out the form at the bottom.
Below are the details of the seminars:
Location: Philadelphia Navy Yard, Tierpoint Building – 4775 League Bvld, Philadelphia
March 14th: Provide home inspectors with effective tools to prepare quality home inspection reports, presented by Joe Denneler, Esq.
- 3 hour seminar/ $50, satisfying the 3 credits on ethics in each biennial period according to the N.J.A.C.13:40-15.14(b)(1)
- Communicating the SCOPE of the inspection.
- Identifying & describing defects.
- Explaining why a defect is significant
- Communicating obstructions encountered during the inspections
- Communicating what is NOT included in the inspection.
- Referring the client to other professionals
- Importance of photos to your inspections
- Real-world examples using the above tools in everyday practice
March 15th: Ethics for Home Inspectors in New Jersey.
- 3 hour seminar/ $50, satisfying the 3 credits on ethics in each biennial period according to the N.J.A.C.13:40-15.14(b)(1).
- Prohibition against kickbacks and paid referrals.
- Conflicts related to the licensee’s other business interests.
- Gifts and other benefits.
- Prohibition against offering repairs.
- Communication with your clients.
- Protecting the integrity of the home inspection profession.
Take advantage of this conveniently located seminar, and meet some like minded people in the same field.