Why pursue a diploma in home inspection?
The real estate industry is vibrant in Canada. Perusing a career in home inspection gives you the opportunity to become part of an exciting and booming sector where no two days are the same. Home Inspectors enjoy flexible employment opportunities along with the rewarding aspect of helping buyers select the right property.
Explore our Home Inspection Programs in Ontario
The Home Inspection certificate is designed to introduce students to a vast array of practical and technical skills and tools and prepare them for a career in the home inspection industry. This program provides training aligned with the professional standards of the Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (CAHPI) and the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).
Who is best suited for home inspection training?
Those interested in a career that allows them to work primarily outside the office where no two days may be the same. Some common qualities of successful home inspectors are; detail oriented, ethical, effective communication skills, and a background in construction.
Careers after completing a home inspection diploma in Ontario
Job prospects for graduates of our home inspection diploma are bright, according to the Canadian Government. Once you complete the diploma program, you’ll be able to find work as a home inspector in the public or private sector. You’ll also have the opportunity to become self-employed and start your own business.
Expected salary after completing a home inspection diploma in Ontario
Salaries for home inspector jobs vary depending on the position, industry, and job location. Graduates in Ontario can expect to earn between $23,000 and $100,000, with the average home inspector’s salary around $62,000.
What to expect from a career in home inspection
Helping home buyers find the right property can be exciting, but it can also be challenging. To be successful, you’ll need to understand all the elements of a home, such as plumbing, electrical systems, roofing, and heating/cooling components. You’ll also need to know how to look for wear and tear on a home.
As a home inspector, your job will be to look over every aspect of the building, both inside and out, for safety or repair issues. You’ll then write a report for potential homebuyers or real estate agents.
If you like working in a dynamic industry that provides the opportunity for flexible hours, a career in home inspection may be the right fit for you.
Why choose a home inspection training course with AOLCC?
With over 30 diploma and certificate programs available, AOLCC is a great choice for those looking to move to the next level in their careers. Our world-class integrated learning system (ILS) focuses on each student’s learning needs with curriculum that lets you learn at your own pace and set your own schedule.
AOLCC’s Home Inspection training covers all the essential elements of a home including roof, heating and cooling systems, and interior water supply and distribution.
Our program is aligned with the standards of the Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors and the American Society of Home Inspectors.
Students will receive one-on-one, personalized support from an on-campus learning coach who will support you every step of your journey.
From Ontario to British Columbia, we have a campus for you! 50 locations across the country make us Canada’s largest college network.
Once you’ve graduated, our job placement assistance will help you find opportunities in your chosen career. We work with you to develop job-hunting skills and learn resume-building techniques so you can find the right fit for you.
How can you get started?
Studying with AOLCC can put you on the right track to a new and exciting career in home inspection. To find out if our home inspection training program is right for you, contact an admissions advisor for a free career consultation.
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