Credentials

Professional Home Inspection Institute's courses are approved by state boards, national home inspector societies, insurance companies, and other industry related organizations. Check each course for more details about specific approvals and special offers.
  • ASHI National Society Affiliate (#243641)
  • NSHI National Society Affiliate
  • NAHI National Association Affiliate
  • Institute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration (IICRC)
  • Allen Insurance E&O Approved Training
  • FREA E&O Insurance Approved Training
  • OREP E&O Insurance Approved Training
  • Better Business Bureau (BBB) Accredited Member
  • Veterans Administration Approved Classroom Training
  • Florida Association Of Building Inspectors (FABI)
  • California Real Estate Inspection Association (CREIA)
  • Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board Approved
  • Connecticut Home Inspection Licensing Board Approved
  • Indiana Home Inspectors Licensing Board Approved
  • Illinois Division Of Professional Regulation Approved
  • Maryland Home Inspector Licensing Division
  • New York Home Inspector Licensing Division
  • Oklahoma Construction Industry Board Approved
  • Oregon Construction Contactors Board Approved
  • SD Real Estate Commission Accredited
  • Tennessee Home Inspector Licensing Board Approved
  • West Virginia Commission Approved
  • National Radon Safety Board (NRSB)
  • National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)

More Information: Professional Home Inspection Institute Training Credentials
Click the link above for more information about Professional Home Inspection Institute's training course approvals and accreditations.

Professional Home Inspection InstituteProfessional Home Inspection Institute
1533 1/2 NW 2nd St.
PO Box 303
Madison, SD 57042

Better Business Member

Call Us Toll Free:
(800) 983 6322
Open 12 Hours a Day
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM (Central Time)

Refund / Return Policy


Dunn & Bradstreet

Dunn & BradstreetDunn & Bradstreet D-U-N-S® Number: 82-771-1776 - Be Online Inc - Professional Home Inspection Institute

Workforce Investment Act

Workforce Investment ActPHII is an approved training provider for many State Workforce Investment Act (WIA) programs including our corporate home state of South Dakota. If you are eligible for WIA training, contact PHII for more information.


ASHI National Association Affiliate

ASHI National Association AffiliatePHII is an affiliate of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI member #243641) and has designed training that meets or exceeds ASHI's high standards of practice.
For verification call (847) 759-2820

NAHI National Association Affiliate

NAHI National Association AffiliateNAHI National Association Affiliate
PHII is an affiliate of the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI). PHII graduates also qualify for a discount on NAHI start-up membership fees.
For verification call (952) 928-4641

NSHI National Society Affiliate

NSHI National Society AffiliateNSHI National Association Affiliate
PHII is an affiliate of the National Society of Home Inspectors (NSHI). NSHI is a non-profit organization that promotes professionalism and high standards of practice. PHII graduates automatically qualify and receive a free $199 NSHI membership! For verification call (302) 297-8425

NAMRI National Association Affiliate

NAMRI National Association AffiliateAffiliate of the National Association of Mold Remediators and Inspectors (NAMRI). NAMRI is the mold division of the National Society of Home Inspectors.

Insititute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration (IICRC)

Insititute of Inspection Cleaning & Restoration (IICRC)PHII's coursework is approved for CEC credits for IICRC, Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, & Restoration.
For verification call (360) 693-5675

Allen Insurance E&O Approved Training

Allen Insurance E&O Approved TrainingPHII's coursework is approved and highly recommended by the Allen Insurance Group for home inspector errors and omissions insurance. E & O insurance requires training by an approved provider in order to qualify for coverage.
For verification call (478) 825-5566 ext. 172

FREA E&O Insurance Approved Training

FREA E&O Insurance Approved TrainingPHII's coursework is approved by the Foundation of Real Estate Appraisers (FREA) for home inspector errors and omissions insurance. E&O insurance is required in somd states and requires training by an approved provider in order to qualify for coverage.
For verification call (800) 882-4410

OREP E&O Insurance Approved Training

OREP E&O Insurance Approved TrainingPHII's coursework is approved by the Organization of Real Estate Professionals (OREP) for home inspector errors and omissions insurance coverage.
For verification call (888) 347-5273

Better Business Bureau (BBB) Accredited Member

Better Business Bureau (BBB) Accredited MemberPHII is an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau's Online Reliability Program and are authorized to display the BBBOnline logo. For verification call (515) 243-8137

Veterans Administration Approved Classroom Training

Veterans Administration Approved Classroom TrainingPHII is approved for classroom training by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs which can qualify servicemembers and veterans of the U.S. armed forces to receive tuition assistance.

Florida Association Of Building Inspectors (FABI)

Florida Association Of Building Inspectors (FABI)PHII is an affiliate of FABI, which is an Orlando-based home inspector society that is Florida's primary state-based home inspector society (member AF-0038).
For verification call (800)-544-3224

California Real Estate Inspection Association (CREIA)

California Real Estate Inspection Association (CREIA)The California Real Estate Inspection Association is the symbol of real estate inspection professionalism in the State of California. PHII is an affiliate of CREIA and offer a course that is aligned with CREIA's Standards of Practice.
For verification call (800) 848-7342

Green Servers

Green ServersProfessional Home Inspection Institute utilizes energy efficient ("green") servers. These servers use less electricity than conventional laptops! According to a study conducted by Stanford University, energy used by server hardware, switches, routers, and supporting equipment doubled in the US and worldwide between 2000 and 2005.

 Advanced Home Inspection Course Approvals

Florida (Pre-Licensing)
Professional Home Inspection Institute is approved to provide the 120 hours of pre-license training for the Florida Home Inspector License. Students receive the Basic & Advanced Courses totaling 120 hours. After completing both the online courses, students are issued an official transcript to submit to the state of FL to get their license.  School Code: 0005082  Course Number: 0000518
South Dakota (Continuing Education)
1475730000advcourse.pdfThe complete Advanced Home Inspection course has been approved for 32 hours of continuing education credit in South Dakota. To remain on active status, the licensed/registered home inspector must complete 24 hours of approved continuing education by December 31st of the year the license/registration expires. Home Inspection Licenses need to be renewed every 2 years.  Course Number: 4601R3219
Tennessee (Continuing Education)
The Advanced Home Inspection Course has been approved for 32 hours of Continuing Education for home inspectors. Tennessee requires 32 hours of continuing education for each two year renewal period.  Course Number: 219
Oregon (Continuing Education)
PHII is approved to provide continuing education in Oregon. Advanced Home Inspection covers relevant subject matter for home inspectors and, as such is accepted by the Oregon CCB for CEU credit. PHII grants 32 CEU credits for the Advanced Home Inspection course. In Oregon, 30 CEUs are required in the 24 months prior to your certification expiration date.

 Basic Home Inspection Course Approvals

South Dakota (Pre-Licensing)
The PHII Basic Home Inspection Course (online) has been approved for 90 hours of home inspection pre-licensing education by the South Dakota Real Estate Commission.   Course Number: 2296R9019
Oklahoma (Pre-Licensing)
PHII's certification course is approved for all pre-license education requirements in Oklahoma. The law requires 90 hours of training or equivalent and pass the state exam.  School Code: P-029  Course Number: C-043
Illinois (Pre-Licensing)
1476162000Basic.pdfPHII's certification course is approved for all pre-license education requirements in Illinois. The law requires 60 Hours of Education, a proctored Final Exam, and a 10-hour live lab that PHII can provide.  School Code: 452.0000136  Course Number: 453.0000141
New York (Pre-Licensing)
New York requires you attend a live training class with 100 Hours of Classroom Training, then attend 40 Hours of In-Field Training with a licensed instructor. Specifically, they require 4 modules of 25 hours each for the classroom, and 1 module (module 5) of 40 hours in-field training. Modules can be taken from different schools, or in the case of module 5, can be taken from an inspector in NY.  Course Number: P-0141, P-0142, P-0143, P-0144, P-0145
Arkansas (Pre-Licensing)
Arkansas requires home inspectors to attend a classroom training programs. Our classroom course (10-Day Course) has been approved for the 80 required hours of pre-license education by the State of Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board.  Course Number: PR-2016-04
Kentucky (Pre-Licensing)
Our application for renewal has been approved. The KY approved course package includes Manufactured Homes and Environmental Hazards courses as well as a live training lab, all of which are offered free to PHII students.

The law specifically requires:
1) high school or equivalent,
2) successfully completed 64 hours of a commission-approved training course,
3) passed the Kentucky state exam,
4) obtained general liability insurance.  School Code: KBHI P-1005
Maryland (Pre-Licensing)
Maryland requires home inspectors to attend classroom training. The PHII classroom training program offered at our facility in Madison,SD has been approved for the 72 Hour pre-license training requirement.
Indiana (Pre-Licensing)
indiana.jpgPHII's certification course is approved for all pre-license education requirements in Indiana. The law requires that inspectors complete a pre-licensing course of at least sixty (60) hours provided by a Board-approved course provider.
  School Code: CE10600370  Course Number: PHII
South Dakota (Pre-Licensing)
The PHII Basic Home Inspection Course (classroom) has been approved for 48 hours of home inspection pre-licensing education by the South Dakota Real Estate Commission.
New Hampshire (Pre-Licensing)
The PHII Basic Home Inspection Course has been approved for pre-license training in New Hampshire. In New Hampshire home inspectors are required to complete 80 hours of board approved training. The PHII course has been approved for NH Board and fulfills this requirement.
Tennessee (Pre-Licensing)
PHII's certification course is approved for all pre-license education requirements in Tennesssee. The law requires a high school diploma or equivalent degree, successful completion of a 90 hour commission approved training course, passing the Tennessee state home inspection exam and obtaining general liability and errors and omissions insurance.  Course Number: 220
Florida (Pre-Licensing)
Professional Home Inspection Institute is approved to provide the 120 hours of pre-license training for the Florida Home Inspector License. Students receive the Basic & Advanced Courses totaling 120 hours. After completing both online courses, you are issued an official transcript to submit to the state of FL to get your license.  School Code: 0005082  Course Number: 0000518
West Virginia (Pre-Licensing)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia are required to complete 80 hours of classroom training. The PHII Classroom Certification Course has been approved in West Virginia and meets this requirement.
Connecticut (Pre-Licensing)
PHII's Basic Home Inspection Certification course is approved for pre-license education in Connecticut. Upon completion of the course, potential licensees need to file an intern application with the state and complete 100 inspections supervised by a licensed Connecticut Home Inspector.
Mississippi (Pre-Licensing)
PHII's Basic Home Inspection Course has been approved for pre-license training in Mississippi. MS requires new home inspectors to complete 60 hours of approved home inspection training.
Oregon (Pre-Licensing)
PHII's Basic Home Inspection Course has been approved for 10 points toward the 20 points of education and experience required to become licensed as a home inspector.
South Carolina (Pre-Licensing)
PHII's Basic Home Inspection Course has been approved by the SC Residential Builders Commission for SC Home Inspectors. The law requires that home inspectors submit a Home Inspector License Application and include proof of training with the application.
Alberta (Pre-Licensing)
test
Louisiana (Pre-Licensing)
The PHII Basic Home Inspection Course (online) has been approved for 90 hours of home inspection pre-licensing education by the LA State Board of Home Inspectors.
Virginia (Pre-Licensing)
Wisconsin (Pre-Licensing)
To become licensed, home inspectors in Wisconsin must:
1.) Submit Application and Fee
2.) Successfully complete the state examination on Statutes and Administrative rules (2014-10-14 - Current Fee $75)
3.) Successfully complete the National Home Inspector Examination (NHIE)

 Defect Recognition Approvals

Florida (Continuing Education)
Continuing Education Requirement
14 hours board-approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period.
PHII's Defect Recognition Course is approved for 8 Credit Hours  Course Number: 0000312

 Manufactured Home Inspection Approvals

Kentucky (Pre-Licensing)
Oregon (Continuing Education)
PHII is approved to provide continuing education in Oregon. Manufactured Home Inspection covers relevant subject matter for home inspectors and, as such is accepted by the Oregon CCB for CEU credit. PHII grants 16 CEU credits for the manufactured homes course. In Oregon, 30 CEUs are required in the 24 months prior to your certification expiration date.
Tennessee (Continuing Education)
The Manufactured Home Inspection Course has been approved for 16 hours of Continuing Education for home inspectors. Tennessee requires 32 hours of continuing education for each two year renewal period.  Course Number: 218
New Jersey (Continuing Education)
The Manufactured Home Inspection course has been approved for 16 professional development hours. Home inspectors are required to complete a minimum of 40 hours of continuing education for each biennial licensing period. Up to 20 units of continuing education can be obtain through online courses.
Oklahoma (Continuing Education)
The PHII Manufactured Home Inspection Course has been approved for 16 hours of continuing education in Oklahoma. As a condition of license renewal or reactivation, each home inspector is required to submit evidence of having attended eight (8) clock hours of continuing education within the twelve (12) months immediately preceding the term for which the license is to be issued.  Course Number: C-180
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Manufactured Home Inspection Certification Course provides 16 hours of continuing education credit in Category I.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Manufactured Home Inspection Course provides 16 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Manufactured Home Inspection Course provides 16 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Manufactured Home Inspection provides 16 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use the Manufactured Home Inspection Course to fulfill all 16 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.
Florida (Continuing Education)
Continuing Education Requirement: 14 hours board-approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period. PHII's Manuifactured Home Course is approved for 16 Credit Hours.  Course Number: 0000317
Illinois (Continuing Education)
1476162000ManHomeInspection.pdfThe PHII Manufactured Home Inspection Course has been approved for 12 hours of continuing education in Illinois.
Prior to renewing a license, the licensee is required to complete 12 hours of continuing education during the two year license period. New inspectors receiving their initial license during that period are only required to complete 6 CE hours.

Hours: 12 Category: Mandatory  School Code: 452.0000136  Course Number: 454.000574
South Dakota (Continuing Education)
14727060002016-4606Cert-Manufactured Home Inspection.pdfThe Manufactured Home Inspection course has been approved for 16 hours of continuing education credit in South Dakota. To remain on active status, the licensed/registered home inspector must complete 24 hours of approved continuing education by December 31st of the year the license/registration expires. Home Inspection Licenses need to be renewed every 2 years.  Course Number: 4606R1619

 Structural Pest Inspection Approvals

Virginia (Pre-Licensing)
Vicki Rengers, Unit Supervisor, Pesticide Services
804-786-8934

Virginia does not require a license for Residential Pest Inspectino at this time.
South Dakota (Continuing Education)
The Structural Pest Inspection course has been approved for 24 hours of continuing education credit in South Dakota. To remain on active status, the licensed/registered home inspector must complete 24 hours of approved continuing education by December 31st of the year the license/registration expires. Home Inspection Licenses need to be renewed every 2 years.  Course Number: 2977R2410
Oregon (Continuing Education)
PHII is approved to provide continuing education in Oregon. Structural Pest Inspection covers relevant subject matter for home inspectors and, as such is accepted by the Oregon CCB for CEU credit. PHII grants 24 CEU credits for the pest inspection course. In Oregon, 30 CEUs are required in the 24 months prior to your certification expiration date.
Pennsylvania (Continuing Education)
Pennsylvania does not license Pest Inspectors, however many banks require inspectors to have their Pest Applicator's license before they will contract with them.
To maintain pesticide certification, applicators must accumulate update training at three-year intervals for which recertification credits have been approved. Regardless of the category of certification, each applicator must accumulate six core credits. The number of category-specific credits required for recertification varies from category to category.
The PHII Structural Pest Inspection Course has been approved for:

Category - Credit


Category - Credit

11 - Household / Health Related - 10 credits.

12 - Wood Destroying Pests - 10 credits.

18 - Demonstration and Research - 10 credits.

19 - Wood Preservation - 4 credits.

23 - Park/School Pest Control - 10 credits.


Categories 11, 12, 18, 19, & 23 require 10 training credits for each three year license period.   Course Number: 001DZC
New Jersey (Continuing Education)
The Structural Pest Inspection course has been approved for 24 continuing education units. Home inspectors are required to complete a minimum of 40 units of continuing education for each biennial licensing period. Up to 20 units of continuing education can be obtain from online courses.
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Structural Pest Inspection Course provides 12 hours of continuing education credit in Category II.  School Code: CE21000930
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Structural Pest Inspection Course provides 24 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Structural Pest Inspection provides 24 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
Delaware (Continuing Education)
The Structural Pest Inspection Course has been approved by the Delaware Department of Agriculture, Pesticide Compliance to meet the requirement for recertification of commercial pesticide applicators. Approved for 18 hours of 7B category,Wood Destroying Pest Control, credits. This number is the maximum allowable for Delaware recertification credits from on-line courses   Course Number: 111209-7B

 Residential Mold Inspector Certification Course Approvals

Oregon (Continuing Education)
PHII is approved to provide continuing education in Oregon. Residential Mold Inspector Certification covers relevant subject matter for home inspectors and, as such is accepted by the Oregon CCB for CEU credit. In Oregon, 30 CEUs are required in the 24 months prior to your certification expiration date.
Tennessee (Continuing Education)
The Residential Mold Inspection Course has been approved for 32 hours of Continuing Education for home inspectors. Tennessee requires 32 hours of continuing education for each two year renewal period.  Course Number: 217
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Residential Mold Inspection Certification Course provides 16 hours of continuing education credit in Category II.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Residential Mold Inspector Certification Course provides 16 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Residential Mold Inspector Certification Course provides 16 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Residential Mold Inspector Certification provides 32 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use the Residential Mold Inspector Certification Course to fulfill all 16 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.
(Continuing Education)
2 cecs in the cleaning/restoration category, or 2 cecs in the inspection category, or 2 cecs in the master category,

We must submit the name and registrant number of the individual/s who complete the program, using the form they provided. The course code is 1856.
Florida (Continuing Education)
Continuing Education Requirement: 14 hours board-approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period. PMII's Residential Mold Inspector Certification is approved for 90 Credit Hours.

Approved hour breakdown (W/MI=12; M/MS=24; SOP=48; RW=6)

 Mold Remediation Certification Course Approvals

Louisiana (Pre-Licensing)
The PMII Mold Remediation course has been approved by the state of LA for the required 24 hours of board approved course work in mold remediation and basic mold assessment. Students must also apply for a license through the state and take 4 hours of instruction in Louisiana's Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law. This can be done through the state after license is approved.
Tennessee (Continuing Education)
The Mold Remediation Course has been approved for 24 hours of Continuing Education for home inspectors. Tennessee requires 32 hours of continuing education for each two year renewal period.  Course Number: 216
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Mold Remediation Certification Course provides 16 hours of continuing education credit in Category II.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Mold Remediation Certification Course provides 16 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Mold Remediation Certification Course provides 16 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Mold Remediation provides 24 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use the Mold Remediation Certification Course to fulfill all 16 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.
(Continuing Education)
2 cecs in the cleaning/restoration category, or 2 cecs in the inspection category, or 2 cecs in the master category,

We must submit the name and registrant number of the individual/s who complete the program, using the form they provided. The course code is 1855.
Florida (Continuing Education)
Continuing Education Requirement: 14 hours board-approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period. PMII's Mold Remediation Certification is approved for 40 Credit Hours.

Approved hour breakdown (W/MI=6; M/MS=12; SOP=20; RW=2)

 Commercial Mold Inspector Certification Approvals

Tennessee (Continuing Education)
The Commercial Mold Inspection Course has been approved for 16 hours of Continuing Education for home inspectors. Tennessee requires 32 hours of continuing education for each two year renewal period.  Course Number: 215
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Commerical Mold Inspection Course provides 12 hours of continuing education credit in Category II.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Commercial Mold Inspector Certification provides 16 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Commercial Mold Inspector Certification Course provides 16 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Commercial Mold Inspector provides 16 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use the Commercial Mold Inspector Certification Course to fulfill all 16 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.
(Continuing Education)
2 cecs in the cleaning/restoration category,
or 2 cecs in the inspection category,
or 2 cecs in the master category,

We must submit the name and registrant number of the individual/s who complete the program, using the form they provided. The course code is 1857
Florida (Continuing Education)
Continuing Education Requirement: 14 hours board-approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period. PMII's Commercial Mold Inspection is approved for 16 Credit Hours.

Approved hour breakdown (W/MI=6; M/MS=5; SOP=3; RW=2)

 House Framing Approvals

Texas (Pre-Licensing)
Hours must appear on the certificate to be approved by the state.
Florida (Continuing Education)
Continuing Education Requirement: 14 hours board-approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period. PHII's House Framing Course is approved for 45 Credit Hours.  Course Number: 0000315

 Module 1: Structure, Exterior & Roofing Approvals

Oklahoma (Continuing Education)
The PHII Advanced Home Inspection Course Module 1 has been approved for 6 hours of continuing education in Oklahoma. As a condition of license renewal or reactivation, each home inspector is required to submit evidence of having attended eight (8) clock hours of continuing education within the twelve (12) months immediately preceding the term for which the license is to be issued.  School Code: P-029  Course Number: C-077
Illinois (Continuing Education)
1476162000AdvancedModule1ExtRoof.pdfThe PHII Advanced Home Inspection Course Module 1 has been approved for 6 hours of continuing education in Illinois. Prior to renewing a license, the licensee is required to complete 12 hours of continuing education during the two year license period. New inspectors receiving their initial license during that period are only required to complete 6 CE hours.  School Code: 452.000136  Course Number: 454.000215
Alaska (Continuing Education)
The PHII Advanced Home Inspection Course Module 1 has been approved for 8 hours of continuing competency in Alaska. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector registration must document having completed at least eight contact hours of acceptable continuing competency activities for the concluding licensing period.  Course Number: 8723
Arkansas (Continuing Education)
Advanced Home Inspection - Module 1 has been approved for 4 hours of continuing education. In Arkansas, home inspectors are required to obtain 14 hours of continuing education annually. A maximum of 4 hours of this continuing education can be completed on-line.  Course Number: CEO-2012-21
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 1 provides 8 hours of continuing education credit in Category I.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 1 provides 8 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 1 provides 8 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Module 1: Structure, Exterior & Roofing provides 8 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use Advanced Home Inspection, Module 1: Structure, Exterior & Roofing to fulfill 8 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.

 Module 2: Plumbing & Electrical Systems Approvals

Illinois (Continuing Education)
1476162000AdvancedModule2PlumElec.pdfThe PHII Advanced Home Inspection Course Module 2 has been approved for 6 hours of continuing education in Illinois. Prior to renewing a license, the licensee is required to complete 12 hours of continuing education during the two year license period. New inspectors receiving their initial license during that period are only required to complete 6 CE hours.  School Code: 452.000136  Course Number: 454.000216
Oklahoma (Continuing Education)
The PHII Advanced Home Inspection Course Module 2 has been approved for 6 hours of continuing education in Oklahoma. As a condition of license renewal or reactivation, each home inspector is required to submit evidence of having attended eight (8) clock hours of continuing education within the twelve (12) months immediately preceding the term for which the license is to be issued.  School Code: P-029  Course Number: C-078
Arkansas (Continuing Education)
Advanced Home Inspection - Module 2 has been approved for 4 hours of continuing education. In Arkansas, home inspectors are required to obtain 14 hours of continuing education annually. A maximum of 4 hours of this continuing education can be completed on-line.  Course Number: CEO-2012-20
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I with no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 2 provides 8 hours of continuing education credit in Category I.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 2 provides 8 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 2 provides 8 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Module 2: Plumbing & Electrical Systems provides 8 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use Advanced Home Inspection, Module 2: Plumbing & Electrical Systems to fulfill 8 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.

 Module 3: Heating & Air-Conditioning Approvals

Oklahoma (Continuing Education)
The PHII Advanced Home Inspection Course Module 3 has been approved for 6 hours of continuing education in Oklahoma. As a condition of license renewal or reactivation, each home inspector is required to submit evidence of having attended eight (8) clock hours of continuing education within the twelve (12) months immediately preceding the term for which the license is to be issued.  School Code: P-029  Course Number: C-079
Illinois (Continuing Education)
1476162000AdvancedModule3HVAC.pdfThe PHII Advanced Home Inspection Course Module 3 has been approved for 6 hours of continuing education in Illinois. Prior to renewing a license, the licensee is required to complete 12 hours of continuing education during the two year license period. New inspectors receiving their initial license during that period are only required to complete 6 CE hours.  School Code: 452.000136  Course Number: 454.000214
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I with no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 3 provides 8 hours of continuing education credit in Category I.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 3 provides 8 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 3 provides 8 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Module 3: Heating & Air-Conditioning provides 8 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use Advanced Home Inspection, Module 3: Heating & Air-Conditioning Systems to fulfill 8 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.

 Module 4: Interiors, Ethics & Report Writing Approvals

Illinois (Continuing Education)
1476162000AdvancedModule4IntReport.pdfThe PHII Advanced Home Inspection Course Module 4 has been approved for 6 hours of continuing education in Illinois. Prior to renewing a license, the licensee is required to complete 12 hours of continuing education during the two year license period. New inspectors receiving their initial license during that period are only required to complete 6 CE hours.  School Code: 452.000136  Course Number: 454.000217
Oklahoma (Continuing Education)
The PHII Advanced Home Inspection Course Module 4 has been approved for 6 hours of continuing education in Oklahoma. As a condition of license renewal or reactivation, each home inspector is required to submit evidence of having attended eight (8) clock hours of continuing education within the twelve (12) months immediately preceding the term for which the license is to be issued.  School Code: P-029  Course Number: C-080
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I with no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 3 provides 4 hours of continuing education credit in Category I and 4 hours of continuing education credit in Category II.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 1 provides 8 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Advanced Home Inspection Course - Module 4 provides 8 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Module 4: Interiors, Ethics & Report Writing provides 8 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use Advanced Home Inspection, Module 4: Interiors, Ethics & Report Writing to fulfill 8 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.

 Radon Measurement Certification Approvals

Nebraska (Pre-Licensing)
Nebraska requires a separate license for radon inspection. The PHII course meets the requirements for pre-licensing training in Nebraska. With a certificate of completion from our course, potential inspectors will be able to pursue their Radon Measurement License.
Rhode Island (Pre-Licensing)
This course has been approved by the Rhode Island Department of Health Radon Program and meets the 16 hour training requirement for Initial Radon Measurement Consultants.  Course Number: RTC-009-01
West Virginia (Pre-Licensing)
Radon Licensing Rules and Regulations require Radon measurement inspectors to complete an approved course and a state exam prior to receiving their license.  School Code: RP000052
(Pre-Licensing)
The 16 Hour Radon Measurement Course is approved by NRSB
(Pre-Licensing)
a
Tennessee (Continuing Education)
The Radon Measurement Course has been approved for 16 hours of Continuing Education for home inspectors. Tennessee requires 32 hours of continuing education for each two year renewal period.  Course Number: 214
South Dakota (Continuing Education)
The Radon Measurement Certification course has been approved for 16 hours of continuing education credit in South Dakota. To remain on active status, the licensed/registered home inspector must complete 24 hours of approved continuing education by December 31st of the year the license/registration expires. Home Inspection Licenses need to be renewed every 2 years.  Course Number: 3272E1614
Ohio (Continuing Education)
To be licensed as a Radon Tester in Ohio, inspectors are required to take a state approved training course. Ohio does not approve online courses for the initial training, however, the PHII Radon Measurement Certification Course has been approved for 16 hours of continuing education for licensed radon professionals in Ohio (since we are approved for CE through NRSB and NRPP)
Oregon (Continuing Education)
PHII is approved to provide continuing education in Oregon. Radon Measurement Certification covers relevant subject matter for home inspectors and, as such is accepted by the Oregon CCB for CEU credit. PHII grants 16 CEU credits for the radon measurement course. In Oregon, 30 CEUs are required in the 24 months prior to your certification expiration date.
Connecticut (Continuing Education)
Licensed Home Inspectors in Connecticut are required to complete at least 20 continuing education hours in each two year period. The Radon Measurement Certification Course has been approved by the Dept. of Consumer Protection - Home Inspection Licensing Board for 16 continuing education hours.
Alaska (Continuing Education)
The PHII Radon Measurement Certification has been approved for 8 hours of continuing competency in Alaska. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector registration must document having completed at least eight contact hours of acceptable continuing competency activities for the concluding licensing period.  Course Number: 8755
Arkansas (Continuing Education)
Radon Measurement Certification has been approved for 4 hours of continuing education. In Arkansas, home inspectors are required to obtain 14 hours of continuing education annually. A maximum of 4 hours of this continuing education can be completed on-line.  Course Number: CEO-2012-19
Washington (Continuing Education)
The Washington Department of Licensing has approved the PHII Radon Measurement Certification Course for 16 continuing education hours. Licensed home inspectors in Washington are required to complete 24 hours of board approved continuing education for each two year license cycle. Continuing education hours can not be carried over from one licensing period to another.  Course Number: 117
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Radon Measurement Certification Course provides 16 hours of continuing education credit in Category II.  School Code: CE21000930
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Radon Measurement Certification Course provides 16 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
Nebraska (Continuing Education)
PHII's Radon Measurement Certification Course is approved to meet the continuing education requirements for radon professionals in Nebraska. Radon professionals are required to obtain 6 continuing education hours for each two year licensing cycle (10 CE hours are required for professionals licensed in both Radon Measurement and Radon Mitigation).
Iowa (Continuing Education)
The Radon Measurement Certification course has been approved by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Radon Program at 16 continuing education units (CEUs) for licensed radon measurement professionals in Iowa.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Radon Measurement provides 16 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use the Radon Measurement Certification Course to fulfill all 16 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.
Tennessee
Tennessee does not operate a certification program for radon testers and mitigators. However, they encourage consumers to use radon testers and mitigators that have been certified through National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) or National Environmental Health Association (NEHA).  Course Number: 214
South Dakota
South Dakota does not require a separate license for radon inspection. Consumer are encouraged to select radon professionals who are certified by National Radon Safety Board (NRSB) and National Environmental Health Association (NEHA).
Alabama
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Arizona
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certifcation, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
California
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Colorado
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Connecticut
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Delaware
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Georgia
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Idaho
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Illinois
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Kansas
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Louisiana
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Maine
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Maryland
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Massachusetts
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Michigan
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Minnesota
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Mississippi
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Missouri
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Montana
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Nevada
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
New Hampshire
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
New Jersey
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
New Mexico
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
New York
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
North Carolina
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
North Dakota
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Ohio
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Pennsylvania
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
South Carolina
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Texas
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Utah
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Vermont
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Virginia
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Washington
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
District of Columbia
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Wisconsin
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.
Wyoming
Radon inspectors are not licensed in this state. However, the state does have a listing of Radon professionals certified through NRPP or NRSB.

Our course, Radon Measurement Certification, is approved by both NRSB and NRPP to provide the required training. Once completing the course, you'll need to pass the certification exam for the organization you wish to join.

 Thermal Inspection & Insulation Remediation Approvals

Oregon (Continuing Education)
PHII is approved to provide continuing education in Oregon. Thermal Inspection & Insulation Remediation covers relevant subject matter for home inspectors and, as such is accepted by the Oregon CCB for CEU credit. PHII grants 12 CEU credits for the thermal inspection course. In Oregon, 30 CEUs are required in the 24 months prior to your certification expiration date.
South Dakota (Continuing Education)
The Thermal Inspection & Insulation Remediation course has been approved for 12 hours of continuing education credit in South Dakota. To remain on active status, the licensed/registered home inspector must complete 24 hours of approved continuing education by December 31st of the year the license/registration expires. Home Inspection Licenses need to be renewed every 2 years.  Course Number: 3328E1211
New Jersey (Continuing Education)
The Thermal Inspection & Insulation Remediation course has been approved for 11 continuing education units. Home inspectors are required to complete a minimum of 40 units of continuing education for each biennial licensing period. Up to 10 units of continuing education can be obtain online. A home inspector taking this course will be able to carryover over the one additional units to the next licensing period as long as s/he has at least 30 other continuing education units and this course is completed within 6 months of the end of the licensing period.
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Thermal Inspection & Insulation Remediation provides 12 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Thermal Inspection & Insulation Remediation Course provides 12 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use the Thermal Inspection & Insulation Remediation Course to fulfill 12 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.

 Environmental Hazards Approvals

Kentucky (Pre-Licensing)
Tennessee (Continuing Education)
The Environmental Hazards Course has been approved for 8 hours of Continuing Education for home inspectors. Tennessee requires 32 hours of continuing education for each two year renewal period.  Course Number: 213
Illinois (Continuing Education)
1258437600IL_EnvironmentalHazards (Custom).gifThe PHII Environmental Hazards Course has been approved for 6 hours of continuing education in Illinois. Prior to renewing a license, the licensee is required to complete 12 hours of continuing education during the two year license period. New inspectors receiving their initial license during that period are only required to complete 6 CE hours.  School Code: 452.000136  Course Number: 454.000416
Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Environmental Hazards Course provides 8 hours of continuing education credit in Category II.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Environmental Hazards Course provides 8 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Environmental Hazards Course provides 8 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Environmental Hazards provides 8 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use the Environmental Hazards Course to fulfill 8 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.
New Jersey (Continuing Education)
The Environmental Hazards Course has been approved for 8 continuing education units. Home inspectors are required to complete a minimum of 40 units of continuing education for each biennial licensing period. Up to 20 units of continuing education can be obtain through online courses.
Florida (Continuing Education)
Continuing Education Requirement: 14 hours board-approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period. PHII's Environmental Hazards Course is approved for 8 Credit Hours.  Course Number: 0000314
South Dakota (Continuing Education)
14757300002016-4607Cert-Environmental Hazards.pdfThe Environmental Hazards course has been approved for 8 hours of continuing education credit in South Dakota. To remain on active status, the licensed/registered home inspector must complete 24 hours of approved continuing education by December 31st of the year the license/registration expires. Home Inspection Licenses need to be renewed every 2 years.  Course Number: 4607R819

 Residential Appliance Efficiency Approvals

Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Residential Appliance Efficiency Course provides 10 hours of continuing education credit in Category II.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Residential Appliance Efficiency provides 10 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Residential Appliance Efficiency Course provides 10 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Residential Appliance Efficiency provides 10 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use the Residential Appliance Efficiency Course to fulfill 10 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.

 Energy Audit Diagnostics Approvals

Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Energy Audit Diagnostics Course provides 20 hours of continuing education credit in Category II.  School Code: CE21000930
Kansas (Continuing Education)
Licensed home inspectors in Kansas are required to obtain 16 hours of continuing education annually. Professional Home Inspection Institute's Energy Audit Diagnostics Course provides 20 continuing education hours in Kansas.
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Energy Audit Diagnostics Course provides 20 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Energy Audit Diagnostics provides 20 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
West Virginia (Continuing Education)
Home Inspectors in West Virginia can use the Energy Audit Diagnostics Course to fulfill all 16 hours of their continuing education requirement. An applicant for renewal of a home inspector certification must complete at least 16 hours of acceptable continuing education.
Florida (Continuing Education)
Continuing Education Requirement: 14 hours board-approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period. PHII's Energy Audit Diagnostics Course is approved for 20 Credit Hours.  Course Number: 0000313

 Weatherization & Insulation Remediation Approvals

Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Weatherization & Insulation Remediation Course provides 24 hours of continuing education credit in Category I.  School Code: CE21000930
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Weatherization & Insulation Remediation Course provides 24 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Weatherization & Insulation Remediation provides 24 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.
Florida (Continuing Education)
Continuing Education Requirement: 14 hours board-approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period. PHII's Weatherization & Insulation Remediation Course is approved for 24 Credit Hours.  Course Number: 0000318

 Manufactured Home Weatherization Approvals

Indiana (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute has been approved by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency as a continuing education course provider for home inspectors. In the State of Indiana home inspectors are required to complete 32 continuing education hours in each renewal period. Of these, at least 24 hours must be from Category I and no more than 8 continuing education hours from Category II. The Manufactured Home Weatherization Course provides 12 hours of continuing education credit in Category I.  School Code: CE21000930
Wisconsin (Continuing Education)
Professional Home Inspection Institute's Manufactured Homes Weatherization Course provides 12 hours of continuing education for home inspectors in Wisconsin. In the state of Wisconsin, registered home inspectors are required to complete 20 hours each year of continuing education course related to home inspection.
New Hampshire (Continuing Education)
The New Hampshire Board of Home Inspectors requires continuing education as a condition of license renewal. Licensees must accumulate 20 continuing education hours for each licensing period. Manufactured Home Weatherization provides 12 continuing education hours for home inspectors in New Hampshire.

 Mold Remediation Protocols Approvals

Florida (Continuing Education)
Continuing Education Requirement: 14 hours board-approved continuing education is required each biennium prior to the renewal period. PMII's Mold Remediation Protocols is approved for 16 Credit Hours.

Approved hour breakdown (M/MS=4; SOP=10; RW=2)