How to become a member
To become a member of CAHPI, an inspector must meet rigorous professional and educational requirements followed by a review. They must also adhere to the Association's Code of Ethics which demands fairness and impartiality towards clients.
As a member of a CAHPI you receive on-going benefits of membership provided to you by CAHPI.
There are two CAHPI membership designations:
National Certificate Holder®
Registered Home Inspector (RHI)®
ARE YOU A PRACTICING HOME INSPECTOR?
Inspectors with any of the following automatically qualifies you as a National Certificate Holder®....
- Former CAHPI provincial association member (NCH & RHI)
- CPBC licence
- Service Alberta licence
- NHICC National Home Inspector (NHI)
- OntarioACHI Canadian Certified Home Inspector (CCHI)
If yes, send in your proof of membership or licence and you can start using your designation(s) and CAHPI logo.
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If you are an experienced practicing inspector with 500 inspections and five (5) years providing residential home inspections and wish to join CAHPI; the Certification Board will review your application to grant your membership equivalency.
Earn the National Certificate Holder® and Registered Home Inspector (RHI)® designations:
- NCH - Achieve a passing score for the CAHPI National Exam (CNE)
- NCH - Inspection report and contract verification by mentor
- RHI - Upgrade application and fee (members with NCH designation)
- RHI - Signed RHI affidavit form
- RHI - List of 250 inspections
Join CAHPI Today! New inspectors will begin as a Candidate member.
New home inspectors or students will earn the National Certificate Holder® designation by:
- Achieving a passing score for the CAHPI National Exam (CNE)
- Completion of 10 mentored inspections
- Report verification by mentor