Register for the 2017 OntarioACHI Conference

OntarioACHI Education Conference & AGM March 1st and 2nd, 2017

CRESNET Certified Air Tightness Tester courses have limited space and the demand has been higher than expected.  There are less than 5 spaces left for March 1st and less than 10 left for March 2nd.  Book now or miss-out!

Special Pricing Save $150


The Ontario government has set into motion their Climate Change Action Plan, as part of that plan in section 6-7.1 they intend to make energy audits mediatory for all homes in Ontario for 2019.

OntarioACHI has arrange CRESNET training on both March 1st and 2nd. The cost to become a Certified Air Tightness Tester is normally $300 but that rate is discounted to $150 for this conference. There is limited seating and the courses are booking up. Register now.   Read more.

Keynote Speaker
March 2nd 2017

P. Nathan Thornberry is the President of the Inspector Services Group, the largest vendor in the home inspection industry involved in more than 10% of real estate transactions throughout the U.S. & Canada.  The Inspector Services Group focuses on products and services that differentiate inspectors, reduce liability, and increase efficiency.  Nathan has personally handled 10’s of thousands of mechanical and structural claims and is the inventor of the most popular product in the industry - RecallChek, the comprehensive recall reporting system.
We are expecting to hear some exiting news from Nathan that will assist OntarioACHI Inspectors secure more inspections in 2017.

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Bob Wood of Mr.Radon - Speaking March 2nd

Bob Wood, aka Mr-Radon is one of a small group of NEHA certified Radon Gas Mitigation Specialists in Canada and is listed on the National Radon Speakers Bureau of certified speakers.  He is also past-president of CARST, The Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists, who administer the CNRPP program.

Come and hear how OntarioACHI and CARST have been working together for Real-Estate testing of Radon in Canada, and how it might help our member develop their  business to protect consumers better.

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Canadian-Certified Home Inspector - CCHI

Full-Members with the required training, experience can apply for the CCHI designation.  All entrants to the program will need to sit examinations, and these vary depending upon your experience.

• New Inspectors with the required training and experience need to sit two exams, of 250 Questions.  2½ hours are allotted for each examination to be completed.

• Inspectors who have a recognised designation (e.g. CMI, NHI, RHI, CMHI) will need to sit a single exam of 200 questions with 2 hours allotted.

• Existing CCHI Inspectors are required to sit re-certification exams after the first 2 years and then every 5 years to maintain the CCHI.  The re-certification examination is 150 Questions and the Inspector is allotted 1½ hours to complete the examination.

The examinations are open-book, allowing Inspectors to use the same reference material that might use in the field.  The exams still requires a strong knowledge of the fundamentals of Home Inspection and a background of performing inspections.

We are offering limited places at the conference for those who wish to sit their examinations to do so, but these places are extremely limited, and proctoring for these exams will be free to members on these days.  First-come, first served.

To book your place for examination fill in the form here:

Remember,  you need to remain a member to be awarded, and maintain the CCHI!

Not yet a member? 
Join and apply for the CCHI program today!

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