Training for FEMA inspectors often brief

With an investment of eight hours one Monday in early October, Johanna Hadik of Margate got a badge and the next day was out inspecting hurricane damage for the federal government. Full Story
jannifer Porche

Covington, LA

#1 Feb 27, 2007
How do I become an FEMA inspector
Cochise

San Francisco, CA

#2 Jun 3, 2007
There is no "Fema Inspector." There are two, one of which (pb), is totally incompeetent.

http://www.harriscompanyrec.com
cris hernandez

Youngstown, OH

#3 Feb 6, 2008
I have recently attended a training class in Nashville, Tennessee and am thoroughly satisfied that the training was very specific. I have been a private contractor in both the new construction and home rehabilitation sectors of individual and multi family dwellings. Also having had the experience of site coordinator/inspector over a public housing project in which approximately 7 million square feet of living space had received capital inprovements helped me to see that mass inspections are possible with essential yet concise training. I am confident that over 25 years of on hands experience in the construction/rehabilitation sector has definately been an asset. My hats off to both Alltech and especially Parrinspections for having the foresight to optimize procedures where possible within a highly stressful environment where accountability and efficiency are both critical. I look forward to making a difference.
Hailey

Fort Worth, TX

#4 Mar 28, 2008
cris hernandez wrote:
I have recently attended a training class in Nashville, Tennessee and am thoroughly satisfied that the training was very specific. I have been a private contractor in both the new construction and home rehabilitation sectors of individual and multi family dwellings. Also having had the experience of site coordinator/inspector over a public housing project in which approximately 7 million square feet of living space had received capital inprovements helped me to see that mass inspections are possible with essential yet concise training. I am confident that over 25 years of on hands experience in the construction/rehabilitation sector has definately been an asset. My hats off to both Alltech and especially Parrinspections for having the foresight to optimize procedures where possible within a highly stressful environment where accountability and efficiency are both critical. I look forward to making a difference.
you will have a different story if and when you ever deploy to an actually field office location. ha ha,..
charlene williams

Houston, TX

#5 Nov 3, 2008
why are there any classes in the houston area.

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