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STATE APPROVALS FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION
In addition to the 20 ASHI CE credits you will receive by attending InspectionWorld Nashville, ASHI will be submitting requests to the
following states for CE credit approval. As states respond, this list
will be regularly updated.


As of November 27, 2013

Alaska - 45 sessions in all tracks approved for 16 CE hours.

Arkansas - 9 sessions approved for 2 CEs each.  Sessions APPROVED: Basic Electric 2014-Don't be Shocked, Understanding and Inspecting Hydronic (Boiler) Heating, Recognizing Structural Warning Signs, Inspecting Metal Plate Connected Wood Trusses and Engineered Wood Products, Flat Roofs, Understanding and Resolving Foundation Issues, Heat Pumps and dual Fuel Systems, Crawl Space & Floor Structure Defects: Recognition, Causes and Cures, Proper Installation of Sewer, Plumbing Vent and Water Heater.


Connecticut - 45 sessions in all tracks approved for 18 CE hours

Florida -23 sessions approved for up to 18 CEsSessions NOT approved: Recognizing Structural Warning Signs, Code Official, To be Safe or Not to be Safe, That is the Question, Deadly Differences - Ionization vs. Photoelectric Smoke Alarms, Residential Energy Code Inspections, Indoor Air Quality Testing during a Home Inspection, Inspecting with all Your Senses, The Benefits of Becoming a Lead Dust Sampling Technician, Fortified Home Evaluations: An Introduction, Pool and Spa Inspections, Reserve Fund Studies - Diversify Today!, How to Deal with Mold in Houses You are Inspecting, Radon Health Effects, Sources, Measurement Methods and Testing Protocols, also none of the Business Management Track sessions.

Illinois - 7 paired sessions approved: Each session in the pair must be attended with successful completion of the proctored exam.  Exams are administered in Room 202 in the Nashville Convention Center.
Approved paired sessions:
- Attic & Crawlspace Ventilation and Rules for Water Heaters - 3 hours Mandatory
- Heat Pumps & Dual Fuel Systems and Crawl Space & Floor Structure Defects - 3 hours Mandatory
- Flat Roofing and Understanding & Resolving Foundation Issues - 3 hours Mandatory
- Basic Electrical 2014 & Understanding and Inspecting Hydronic Boiler Heat - 3 hours Mandatory
- Manufactured Homes and Pool & Spa Inspections - 3 hours Elective
- Combustion Safety Testing and Mechanical Menace - 3 hours Elective
- Attention to Structural Warning Signs and What the Heck Is That? - 3 hours Elective

Indiana - Per law IC 25-14-0.2, ASHI continuing education is automatically approved. You may attend ANY of the education sessions.

Kansas - The state grants automatic approval of any continuing education which is provided by or approved by the American Society of Home Inspectors.

Kentucky - 44 sessions in all tracks approved for 18 CEs. Only one session NOT approved: Wind Resistant Construction.

Louisiana - Approved for 18 CE hours. (Business Management Track sessions NOT approved)

Maryland - 45 sessions in all tracks approved for 18 CE hours.

Massachusetts - Per law 266 CMR 5.05 (1)B, ASHI continuing education is automatically approved. You may attend ANY of the education sessions.

Mississippi - 45 sessions in all tracks approved for 20 CE hours

Nevada - 29 sessions approved for up to 18 CEs.
Approved sessions include all Inspecting Essentials Track and Advanced Learning Track sessions as well as Improved Report Writing Improves Your Business, Electrical Theory, The Benefits of Becoming a Lead Dust Sampling Technician, Fortified Home Evaluations: An Intro, Taking the Mystery out of Manufactured Homes, Pool and Spa Inspections, Attic and Crawlspace Ventilation, Rules for Water Heaters, Inspecting with all Your Senses and Wind Resistant Construction Inspection.


New Jersey - Pending approval.

New Hampshire - The state grants ASHI automatic approval for CE courses. You may attend ANY of the education sessions. Per Rule 403-2, continuing education activities shall be relevant to the practice of home inspection or no credit shall be awarded. Such continuing education activities may include technical, ethical, or managerial content.

New York - 25 sessions approved for 2 CEs. Sessions NOT approved: Code Official, Residential Energy, Code Inspections (IECC 2012), and of the Specialty/Diversification Track and Business Management Track sessions.

Oregon - The state grants ASHI automatic approval for CE courses.  You may attend ANY of the education sessions. 

South Dakota - Submit your own form.

Tennessee - 38 sessions approved for 2 CEs each.  Sessions NOT approved: Radon Health Effects and all Business Management Track sessions.

Texas - 45 sessions in all tracks approved for 18 CE hours.

Washington - 45 sessions approved for up to 18 CEs

Virginia - See law 18VAC15-40.72: Continuing professional education (CPE) required.

West Virginia - The state grants ASHI automatic approval for continuing education sessions.

Wisconsin - The state recognizes any course relating to the general subject matter of home inspection.