IFCI’s Education Plan will involve both classroom experience and education through tours and hands-on experience and training.
IFCI’s certification plan will require the inspectors to work with the instructor in the field completing inspections, field tests, and report preparation and writing for evaluation.
IFCI’s philosophy is that an inspector must continue to educate themselves in the field to remain an asset to themselves, the industry, and the market.
An inspector’s certification is an earned credential, like a college degree. This credential cannot be revoked without cause. Certification is not contingent on dues or fees paid.
The key is to keep the inspectors current with the industry.
The IFCI Classes will evolve to do just this.
IFCI will recognize other approved advanced classes.
Inspectors will differentiate themselves based on their degree of continued education, Claims Analysts’ reviews and IFCI reviews.
Inspectors will receive degrees of certification based on their continued education and the reviews.