How Home Inspectors can Help Protect their Clients from Flooding
FREE Online Flood Risk Course for Home Inspectors Residential flooding is on the rise across Canada — with an average repair price tag of $43,000 per flooded home, Canadians are looking for practical support to help them take action to reduce their risk. To meet the growing demand from industry professionals and residents, the newly offered "How Home Inspectors can Help Protect their Clients from Flooding" course is now available online across Canada through the Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (CAHPI) and Carson Dunlop's websites. The course provides practical information for home inspectors, to help their clients address the growing threat of home flooding across the country. The course was developed as a collaborative effort between CAHPI, Carson Dunlop and the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation (Intact Centre) at the University of Waterloo.
"How Home Inspectors can Help Protect their Clients from Flooding" is a free, 1.5 hour, self-directed, online training course. Click this link for this training course REGISTRATION FORM.