Become an Inspector

Associate Member

A member who is a practicing home inspector that is actively working toward completing all of the eligibility requirements for REGISTERED membership. Qualifying requirements that he or she:

  • is actively working towards Registered membership by working towards the completion of 250 fee-paid inspections in accordance with the Standards of Practice;
  • has successfully completed the certification exam prescribed by the Certification Board;
  • is able to provide written reports, which must be verified as having met the CAHPI standards; 
  • has successfully complete a learner’s Test Inspection with Peer Review (TIPR)
  • has completed five (5) mentored inspections under the guidance of a Registered Home Inspector (RHI), and
  • satisfies any other qualification criteria determined from time to time by the Certification Board for such classification.

Candidate

An application for membership must establish to the satisfaction of the Certification Board that he or she:

  • is actively working toward meeting the requirements of an Associate Member or Registered Member; and
  • satisfies any other qualification criteria determined from time to time by the Certification Board for such classification.

Applicants may not have yet passed all written examinations.

National Home Inspector Examination (NHIE)

Go to:                         www.homeinspectionexam.org
Click on:                     Registration
Select Canada:           online.goamp.com  
For more info, call:      1-800-733-9267 

Click here for a CAHPI-Atlantic Application Form

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Registered Home Inspector (RHI)


A member who is a practicing home inspector that has successfully completed all the qualifying requirements defined by CAHPI-Atlantic and is in good standing with the Association. Registered Home Inspector and RHI are reserved and protected for the exclusive use of CAHPI. Qualifying requirements that he or she:

  • has successfully completed the certification exam prescribed by the Certification Board;
  • has provided written reports, which must be verified as having met specific quality standards; 
  • has completed a minimum of 250 fee-paid inspections in accordance with the Standards of Practice;  
  • has completed a Test Inspection Peer Review (TIPR) within the preceding 5 year period; and
  • satisfies any other qualification criteria determined from time to time by the Certification Board for such classification.