NHLA Inspectors are available to train your inspectors on:
- NHLA Rules
- Grading accuracy
- Recognition of individual species characteristics
- Ability to upgrade lumber prior to shipment
NHLA Inspectors will instruct at your location optimizing the learning because the training is done on your lumber; with your equipment; at your speed and at your facility. Other company personnel such as: yardmen, sawyers, edgermen, buyers, sellers and office staff can also benefit from learning the basics of the NHLA grading rules.
In-house training is customized to meet the specific needs of your company. To schedule in-house company training by a NHLA National Inspector please contact NHLA Chief Inspector, Dana Spessert.
National Inspector Training Fees Are As Follows:
In the U.S. and Canada:
NHLA Member Fees: $650 per day, flat fee
Non-Member Fees: $975 per day, flat fee
Outside the U.S. and Canada:
NHLA Member Fees: $650 per day, plus expenses*
Non-Member Fees: $975 per day, plus expenses*
*Expenses include travel, lodging and meals.