Inspection Communication Best Practices: Client Correspondence and the Verbal Presentation #41484


Completing the actual inspection is only half the battle for licensed home inspectors. Preparing for the inspection, setting client expectations, and effectively communicating before, during, and after the inspection are keys to success. The objective of this course is to review best practices for communicating TREC report findings through email, text, the verbal presentation, and follow up.

SKU: TREC41484ICE10402 Category: Tag:

Date: December 14, 2022
Time: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm (Central Time)
Location: 7013 S Interstate 35, Corinth, TX 76210
TREC CE Credit: 4 hours (Other Approved Courses)
Delivery Method: Classroom or Zoom (Please Select in Shopping Cart)

The objective of this course to help licensed home inspectors formulate required opinions on foundation performance. Inspectors will gain competence in how to inspect various types of foundations, distinguish between common deficiencies and visual signs of adverse performance, and effectively communicate both written reports and oral presentations regarding foundation performance findings to clients. In addition, inspectors will gain an appropriate understanding of the proper use and application of specialized equipment such as altimeters to confirm findings in relation to the TREC Standards of Practice.

Lunch Provided on Location – Served at 12:00 noon


December 14th @ 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (Classroom – Corinth), December 14th @ 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ZOOM)


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