How do I get a course approved for Continuing Education (CE) Hours?
Please download and complete one of the following forms. If you are a member of ASHI (ASHI Certified Inspector, ASHI Associate
with Logo, ASHI Associate or ASHI Affiliate) you qualify for the reduced member rate and should use the member application.
If you are applying for an ASHI Chapter program, there is no fee, and you should use the Chapter application. If you are
not a member of ASHI, please consider joining, but for right now, you would need to use the non-member form.
ASHI Chapter application
ASHI Member application
Application for Non-members
Application for Self-Study Programs
– (Home Study/Online/CD-Rom) Must have verification of attendance, ie: test & certificate of completion)
How many CE hours is my course worth?
Basically,a continuing education hour is one continuing education session or classroom hour comprised of a minimum of 50 minutes of instruction. Some restrictions apply; for example, maximums are placed on certain
programs, such as radon, mold, and other environmental programs. However, if these programs are offered sponsored or co-sponsored
by a ASHI Chapter as an official chapter function, can be valid for up to 8 CEs. For approval as a chapter event, the application
must be submitted by the chapter – no exceptions. For more information, contact Michele George at
firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 847-954-3188.
For further information regarding applying for ASHI Continuing Education
Who determines CE value?
CE policy and regulation is governed by the ASHI Education Committee. The Education Committee revisits yearly current CE
policy. For more information, contact the Education Committee staff liaison, Michele George, at
How long does it take to get a course approved?
ASHI requests 15 business days from receipt of your COMPLETE application. Applications completed incorrectly, that require
judgment by the education committee, or received without required documentation and/or fee can be delayed until everything
is received. Though, under normal circumstances it takes a week to 2 weeks for applications to be processed.