Insulation and Ventilation v1.0
Thanks for your interest in this 7-hour online CE class covering insulation and ventilation. This class covers the different types of insulation and ventilation systems that we’re likely to encounter in residential construction. It looks at the different ways that heat transfer can affect a structure and the various methods used to try to restrict the flow of heat and humidity through a building’s envelope. It also covers the different methods available to attempt to keep heat and humidity where they’re most beneficial to the home’s occupants.
Please note that this course was developed and produced by Kaplan Professional, and is also taught as part of the Systems and Standards home inspection pre-licensing 100-hour course. This course was not created by Joe Cook of the American Inspection Academy (AIA), but is being made available to you by the AIA for the purpose of continuing education. This course covers the basic elements of insulation and ventilation that every professional home inspector should be familiar with.
This online course includes video instruction, technical illustrations, color photos, interactive exercises, progress quiz questions, and a comprehensive final exam to completely cover the topic of insulation and ventilation. This course counts for 7 hours of CE credit and costs $78.
Included in the course modules are:
- Introduction to insulation
- Building envelope
- Different types of materials
- Radiant barriers
- Vapor barriers
- Roof ventilation
- Living space ventilation
- Attic insulation inspection
- Flat roof and cathedral ceiling inspection
- Above-grade wall insulation
- Crawlspace and basement inspection
- Exhaust fan inspection
- Insulation and ventilation inspection procedure
- Interactive exercises
- Final exam
Please note that once you have passed the final exam and completed this course you must contact Joe Cook at the American Inspection Academy to receive your state certificate of completion!
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