Levels of Certification Exams to be offered at the Raleigh Testing Event.

In-House Inspectors are those individuals who are providing Pre-Use, Monthly, Periodic, and internal inspections for the company they are employed through.

  • In-House Level 1 (Introductory level of certification for applicants who perform in-house inspections at their currently insured course site)
  • In-House Level 2 (Advanced level of certification for applicants who perform in-house inspections at their currently insured course site).
  • In-House Supervisor Endorsement (For those individuals that oversee other inspectors at their company. The Endorsement includes comprehension of quality assurance practices for companies that offer inspections and allow a Level 1 or Level 2 Inspector to supervise an apprentice inspector. Applicant must meet the requirements for Level 1 and/or Level 2 Certification. Applicant must also provide documented proof of employment as an In-House Inspector, including signed documentation from their supervisor that the applicant meets the requirements for both the Level and the Supervisor Endorsement being sought.

Professional Inspectors are those individuals who are providing Annual of Third-Party professional inspections while employed for a legally licensed company.

  • Professional Level 1 – Introductory level of certification for applicants who perform professional inspections of traditional style challenge courses that are not typically open to the public and do not utilize complex or engineered life safety systems.
  • Professional Level 2 – Advanced level of certification for applicants who perform professional inspections of commercially operated challenge courses that utilize specialty engineered life safety products or more complex mechanical systems including electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Professional Supervisor Endorsement – For those individuals that oversee other inspectors at their company. The Endorsement includes comprehension of quality assurance practices for companies that offer inspections and allow a Level 1 or Level 2 Inspector to supervise an apprentice inspector. The applicant must meet the requirements for Level 1 and/or Level 2 Certification. The applicant must also provide documented proof of employment as a Professional Inspector, including signed documentation from their supervisor that the applicant meets the requirements for both the Level and the Supervisor Endorsement being sought.
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