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WaterSense Inspector Training

Course Dates and online registration are available at the bottom of this page.

Course Description

Inspectors inspect new homes in accordance with the minimum criteria contained in the specification. To provide inspection services for WaterSense, an inspector must:

  • Complete the WaterSense Inspector Training course
  • Work with an EPA Licensed Certified Provider (LCP)
  • Disclose existing or potential conflict of interest to the LCP for all WaterSense inspections

Students will learn about the WaterSense new home inspection and certification process and become a WaterSense New Homes Inspector.

Participants will understand:

  • The objectives of the WaterSense new homes program and how it complements other certifications you may be offering
  • The roles and responsibilities of inspectors
  • The criteria in the WaterSense single-family new home specification
  • How to conduct inspections for WaterSense

To be eligible for WaterSense Inspector Training, participants must be at least one of the following:

  • RESNET Class 1 Energy Rater
  • Florida WaterStar Inspector
  • LEED for Homes Green Rater
  • FGBC Certifying Agent
  • NAHB Green Verifier
  • WaterSense Irrigation Partner

More information on the WaterSense for New Single-Family Homes, visit:


Number of Classroom Hours: 8

CEUs: Currently not available.
Date Location Price  

There are no upcoming offerings of this course.

Register online by clicking the above link or by phone by calling (321)638-1422 and giving your credit card information.

Note: All payments are fully refundable if cancellation is received at least 7 business days before the class begins. FSEC reserves the right to cancel any course in the event of insufficient pre registration. In that event, all payments are fully refundable.