The NRS (New Residential Structures) eight-hour course meets the DPOR Title 54.1 Chapter 5 requirements for the initial 8 hour New Residential Structures (NRS) home inspectors’ training course professional education. Virginia licensed home inspectors who wish to inspect new homes must complete an eight-hour DPOR approved NRS (New Residential Structures) Course. The eight-hour NRS course must be completed before inspecting a new home to be in compliance with the Virginia Home Inspector Regulations.
Aztec Home Inspector Training realizes that home inspectors’ time is valuable and every penny counts. That is why our eight-hour NRS course is only $199.99 and we will beat any lower price by 10%. Our course is cheap in cost, but not cheap in providing you with the information you need to stay within Virginia’s regulations and keep you protecting home buyers, your clients.
THE NRS 8 HOUR COURSE OVERVIEW:
The NRS 8 hour course takes an in-depth look at the roles and responsibilities of the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code inspector.
- Digs into the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code as it relates to compliance and non-compliance issues.
- An in-depth look at the Virginia DPOR Home Inspector Regulations as it relates to newly constructed homes.
- Additional information on how to propose building code changes through the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development.
- Virginia Code 18VAC15-40-75. Board-approved new residential structure update continuing professional education course required to maintain new residential structure specialty.