January, 2011
Inspection News and Views from the American Society of Home Inspectors



Attend InspectionWorld Atlanta January 25-28

Three days of education, networking and more, all geared toward home inspectors

ASHI is proud to present InspectionWorld Atlanta. Forty-five education sessions will be presented in five tracks: Inspection Essentials, Beyond the Essentials, Advanced, Speciality/Diversification and Business Management. For every two-hour time slot of education, attendees can choose between five sessions. Mix and match, choose what is best for you. Courses focus on everything from technical information, new technology and trends to expanding and managing your business. Earn ASHI CEs and credits toward state requirements.

Pre-conference courses are being held on Tuesday, January 25. The expo hall opens at 1:00 p.m. on the same day and the popular Opening Night Reception kicks the conference into full gear that evening. The next three days are packed with education, the newest products and services in the expo hall, networking and fun. The President's Gala on Thursday, January 27, is included in the full conference registration and features dinner and music. In every way, InspectionWorld is a great value. Check out www.inspectionworld.org for full details.

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E-mail Sandy Bourseau at sandyb@ashi.org.