The education lineup for the2019 OAHI Education Conference looks awfully good. I’m excited:
OAHI’s been doing education conferences for almost as long as they’ve been around – they’re the first home inspector association in Ontario—and they’re good at it. Here’s eight education sessions I’m interested in.
I definitely want to catch the session on drones as well as the advanced IR session where drones could be used. Sarah Spry and Trish Peden know their stuff.
Inspections have been slow— but not as slow as last year—so I’m looking into other revenue streams. OAHI has two that interest me; Mark Diplock, RHI is presenting CARST’s policy for including radon measurement in a re-sale transaction. I’ve heard they loosened some requirements so radon could be a viable part of the process.
The other one is the WETT session with Brian Palmateer. Wood stoves and fireplaces are still heating sources around here, and I suspect there’s some radon too. I need some info on these alternatives, thanks OAHI.
Both the Leviton session and the Passivhaus sessions interest me. Pierre Desilet doing a Q and A on electrical devices and Brad Durant’ covering the basics for this new type of residential construction
Terry Carson’s got a session on attic ventilation and Alan Carson’s doing Hi-E furnaces. Both sound familiar but I can always use a refresher. Both guys are well experienced and know their stuff and I know I will learn something I can use on-site and in my reports.
As I said I’m excited by the courses and the variety. I’ll be in Kingston March 1 to 3.
The Anonymous Registered Home Inspector (RHI)