February, 2012
Feature
Inspection News and Views from the American Society of Home Inspectors



The ASHI School Spans the Globe

EDITED BY ASHI STAFF


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The ASHI School recently celebrated the graduation of international students from its home inspection training course at three of its training locations.

Irakli Chkhubianishvili, from Tbilisi, Georgia, graduated August 26 in Des Plaines, Illinois. Giogi Kakhnizshvili, also from Tbilisi, graduated September 23 in Tampa, Florida, and Neale Selwood, from Austria, graduated September 23 in Fairfax, Virginia.

All three found The ASHI School on the Internet and chose to make the long trip to the United States after reading about the school's learn-by-doing approach to acquiring home inspection skills. They found the combination of classroom and field sessions fulfilled their expectations, and they returned home ready to apply their new expertise.

Irakli Chkhubianishvili said, "It was very interesting, very professional and gave me perfect knowledge to improve my skills. Excellent. I made my choice online and it was the best choice."

Giogi Kakhnizshvili said, "The hands-on experience really helped me understand the inspection process."

Neale Selwood said, "The training was very enjoyable and informative."

The ASHI School is a division of ASHI Education, Inc.® that offers hands-on home inspector training at locations throughout the United States. To learn more, visit www.theashischool.com or call 1-888-884-0440.

Submitted by Jack McGraw, TAS Director.