Today we are doing field training. We have spent the last 100 hours in the classroom learning all kinds of stuff, today we get to inspect it for real.
Students in the roof in the rain, learn lots about gutters, downspouts and flashing. Rainy days make for good roof inspections.
Students learning how to complete reports on their computers. It is a good way to learn inspection and reporting.
Tim has good questions how to complete the inspection report.
Each student is completing a report and we will go over them all together to assure we are inspecting to the State Standards of Practice.
Cindy checking out the insulation and duct work, she is not afraid to get a little dirty in the attic or crawlspaces. She will make a great inspector.
It was a long day with all the students, but we learned a lot. Soon they will be taking the state exam and beginning a new career.
Students learning how to inspect and report on electrical panels, there are lots of details to look for. Nice that we have a student that was an electrician.
Checking the hose bibs,. According to State Standards of Practive every plumbing fixture must be checke
I may complain, teaching 120 hours in 10 days, plus weekend field training is exhausting, and it is! But damn, I really do love my job.