Florida Home Inspectors Licensing Program
The Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) is responsible for licensing and regulating home inspectors. The next renewal date is 7/31/2020.
Pace has all your requirements for your home inspector license and for dual (Florida contractor) licensees all in one convenient 14 hour package.
Following are the required hours for a Home Inspector for 2016:
- 2 hours of Hurricane Mitigation
- 12 hours of General Credit - courses must relate to the eight components of the home
(home's structure, electrical system, HVAC system, roof covering, plumbing system, interior components, exterior components, and site conditions)
Pace also offers the three hour course to qualify home inspectors to complete the Uniform Mitigation Verification Inspection form (OIR-B1-1802). If you have a home inspectors license, be sure to add the license number to your profile during registration and once the courses are available we will contact you via email.
For more information from the DBPR please visit:
Florida Mold-Related Services Licensing Program
Pace currently does not offer CE courses for the Mold Remediation License renewal. Your Mold license has 14 hours, all of which are required, where your contractor license only has 6 required hours and the rest are general. For this reason we recommend that you complete your 14 hours of required Mold CE with an approved provider (see links below). Once you have completed your required Mold CE check your license status at the DBPR to see what shortfalls remain on your Contractor license. Once you know what shortfalls you have, Pace can help you complete your remaining requirements that the Mold CE was unable to cover. If you have further questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Following are links to two companies that say they offer free Florida Mold Assessor and Mold Remediator continuing education courses. These companies are not affiliated with PacePDH.com and thus are simply provided as a courtesy. Please confirm the valdity of their courses yourself.
NAERMC (National Association of Environmentally Responsible Mold Contractors)
InterNACHI (Internatinonal Association of Certified Home Inspectors)
For more information from the DBPR on the Mold-Realted Services Licensing Program, please visit: