Although the Home Inspection profession remains completely unregulated for the most parts of Canada, doing so without proper training can be a costly mistake. It goes without being said that weekend training sessions, which are offered all over the place, do not provide sufficient preparation to launch a home inspection business. Today’s blog will discuss general misconceptions about the home inspection profession and how we, Urban Studies, keep working to maximise your learning experience.
It’s safe to assume that summer is officially over and winter is just around that corner. With only a few short months left before the cold hits us, steps should be taken by homeowners to ensure their homes are prepped and running as efficiently as possible. Today’s blog will discuss a few tips to help lower utility bills and protect your investment.
As eLearning continues to show growth in popularity, a question we all need to ask ourselves is: “Will eLearning eventually replace the traditional classroom experience?” Well, in all fairness, it’s a little too early to tell. However, when comparing one next to the other, it’s quite evident where things should be heading.
It goes without saying that purchasing a house can be a very stressful times. Homeowners are not only burdened by the immense financial commitment, they’re also concerned about the house’s integrity. This is why hiring a home inspector during a real-estate transaction is an absolute must. In today’s blog, will discuss the Top 3 Homeowner Concerns and explain how a home inspector can help put your mind at ease.
The technological advances in online education, along with the shortcomings in our traditional education have left many students uncertain as to which course of action should be taken. Five years of university, just to obtain that bachelor’s degree? Is it really worth it? More and more are people realizing that traditional education is becoming “old school” and other, more practical options are available.