TITLE 68: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER VIII: DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION
PART 1410 HOME INSPECTOR LICENSE ACT
SECTION 1410.510 PRE-LICENSE EDUCATION COURSE REQUIREMENTS OF EDUCATION PROVIDERS
Section 1410.510 Pre-License Education Course Requirements of Education Providers
a) For the purposes of this Section, a course shall be defined as a course of instruction that meets the curriculum requirements of this Part, and shall be at least 15 hours in length.
b) Each course shall conform with the appropriate course curriculum prescribed by Section 1410.520.
c) Each course shall include an examination of a minimum of 25 questions for each 15 hours of instruction; for example, a 15 hour course would require a 25 question examination and a 30 hour course would require a 50 question examination. The questions shall be either multiple choice or true/false or a combination of multiple choice and true/false. Open book examinations shall not be accepted. No student shall be deemed to have successfully completed the course unless he or she has scored a minimum of 70% on the course examination.
d) The Division shall only grant approval for courses that are part of an overall pre-license education program for a Home Inspector License. An education provider must have a complete 60 hour pre-license program approved by the Division.
e) Each education provider who seeks approval of a course shall submit to the Division an application, on forms provided by the Division, that is signed by the applicant and fully completed. The application shall include, but is not limited to, an outline and course description for each course, materials to be used in instruction, an examination with answer key, and the appropriate fee required by Section 1410.400.
(Source: Amended at 34 Ill. Reg. 8063, effective June 3, 2010)