All participants in the WETT training system
One full working day.
Completion of the Code Compliance and Wood-burning Systems courses. Eighty (80) weeks of industry experience is recommended and is required to achieve certification.
- To introduce participants to the Levels of Inspection and SITE Guidelines and the roles and responsibilities for professionals when conducting inspections of solid-fuel-burning systems.
- To prepare you to conduct, document and report on a basic visual inspection of a wood-burning appliance and its venting system.
To create more uniformity in inspection activities and provide participants with instruction in level-one inspection activities. Included are Inspection Checklist forms as well as a documentation and reporting process that will provide you with the essential and required content for your Inspection Report.
- Levels of inspection and SITE Guidelines
- Homeowner communication
- The wood-burning stove and flue pipe inspections
- Factory-built chimney inspections
- Masonry chimney inspections
- Masonry fireplace inspections
- Factory-built fireplace inspections
- Fireplace insert and hearth-mounted stove inspections
Inspectors: Successful completion of the course (70% on the examination), when combined with the necessary 80 weeks of field inspection experience (including at least 30 inspections of wood-burning appliances) and a letter of reference, results in WETT certification SITE Basic Inspection.
Salespeople and Installers: Successful completion of the course (70% on the examination), when combined with the necessary 80 weeks of industry experience (including at least 30 installations of wood-burning appliances for technicians) and a letter of reference, results in WETT certification SITE Basic Inspection, Technician and/or System Advisor.
Please note: prices are subject to change and may vary by region. Visit the courses in your area section for specific dates, course locations and registration information.