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According to a tradition preserved in the academies, Ashi was born in the same year that Raba[?], the great teacher of Mahuza[?], died, and he was the first teacher of any importance in the Babylonian colleges after Raba's death.
Ashi's teacher was Kahana[?], a member of the same college, who later became president of the academy at Pumbedita.
Ashi's son Tabyomi, always spoken of as "Mar (Master), the son of Rab Ashi," was a recognized scholar, but it was not until 455, twenty-eight years after his father's death, that he was invested with the position that his father had so successfully filled for more than half a century.
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 Ashi (rabbi) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Simai, Ashi's father, was a rich and learned man, a student of the college of Naresh near Sura, which was directed by Rav Papa, Raba's disciple.
The work begun by Rav Ashi was continued in the two succeeding generations and completed by Ravina II, another president of the college in Sura, who died in 499.
Rav Ashi's son Tabyomi, always spoken of as "Mar (Master), the son of Rab Ashi," was a recognized scholar, but it was not until 455, twenty-eight years after his father's death, that he was invested with the position that his father had so successfully filled for more than half a century.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ashi   (965 words)

 Keystone ASHI
Keystone ASHI is a valuable resource that provides continuing education, support and technical information to it's members and educates the public on issues of the home inspection industry.
ASHI® was founded in 1976 to establish professionalism in the inspection industry by developing high Standards of Practice and a Code of Ethics.
ASHI® is recognized nationally by consumers and legislators as the definitive standard for professional home inspections.
keystoneashi.org   (149 words)

 ASHI Rocky Mountain Chapter - Real Estate Professionals
Rely on ASHI as your qualified resource for professional home inspectors as well as for information on all the elements of a professional home inspection.
Only an ASHI inspector can provide your customers with a professional, personalized inspection that combines 28 years of the highest technical standards, adherence to a strict code of ethics and the very best in customer service and education.
When you choose ASHI, you’ll be working with professional home inspectors who have passed the most rigorous technical examinations in effect today, including inspectors who are required to perform more than 250 professional inspections before they’re even allowed to become members.
www.rmc-ashi.org /agents.htm   (231 words)

 ASHI - Heartland Chapter - About Us   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
ASHI - Heartland Chapter - About Us We are the Heartland Chapter of the American Society of Home Inspectors® (ASHI®) serving Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota and Iowa.
The goals of the American Society of Home Inspectors® (ASHI®) and the Heartland Chapter are to promote the Home Inspection Profession and ASHI® members through education and public awareness and relations, and to increase inspector professionalism and expertise through continuing technical, legal, and business education.
The Heartland Chapter was formed and chartered in 1992 by the Board of Directors of ASHI® to serve ASHI® members and candidates in the 5 state region.
www.ashiheartland.com /about.html   (176 words)

 ASHI Chapter in Utah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Choosing an ASHI inspector means choosing someone you can trust to objectively and independently provide you with a comprehensive analysis of the home’s major systems and components—apart from anyone's interests other than your own.
ASHI Inspectors, those who can use the ASHI logo, are inspectors who have passed the rigorous National Home Inspector Examination (NHIE) technical test and Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics test.
Furthermore ASHI Inspectors are required to have twenty hours of continuing education each year to maintain and enhance their home inspector skills.
www.ashiutah.com   (246 words)

 Garden State ASHI
The American Society of Home Inspectors® (ASHI®) was formed in 1976 as a not-for-profit organization to build public awareness of home inspection and to enhance the technical and professional performance of home inspectors.
ASHI's Standards of Practice are the most widely accepted home inspection guidelines in use today.
ASHI professionals perform a visual inspection and a produce a written report of the condition of residential properties for buyers or owners.
www.gardenstateashi.com   (302 words)

 ASHI Kentuckiana - About ASHI
ASHI's professional Code of Ethics prohibits Members from engaging in conflict of interest activities which might compromise their objectivity.
To become an ASHI Member, an inspector must pass two written technical exams, have performed a minimum of 250 professional fee-paid home inspections, and maintained his or her candidate status for no less than six months.
ASHI Members are required to follow the Society's Code of Ethics, and to obtain continuing education credits in order to keep current with the latest in building technology, materials, and professional skills.
www.ashikentuckiana.org /aboutashi   (314 words)

 Southern New England Chapter ASHI - Inspectors
By becoming a member of ASHI you have chosen to be among the very best in the home inspection business by setting yourself apart through experience, professionalism and commitment to superior customer service.
ASHI assists candidates and members in the delivery of the “ASHI Experience” through numerous marketing and customer service tools, education, communication, advocacy for professional ethics, rewards and recognition.
SNEC membership is open to all ASHI Candidates or Members who recognize the value of belonging to a professional organization and who are willing to contribute to the chapter's success and growth.
www.snecashi.org /inspector.htm   (607 words)

 The Building Inspector of America - ASHI page
ASHI has established significant standards of practice for the home inspection profession, so that anywhere in the country a buyer who uses an ASHI member can be assured of a complete and detailed inspection.
ASHI requires that its members subscribe to the Society's strict Code of Ethics: no ASHI inspector may have a commission agreement with a real estate broker, or offer to do any of the repairs he recommends.
Members of ASHI have demonstrated their proficiency by performing no fewer than 250 fee-paid inspections in accordance with the ASHI Standards of Practice; they have also passed a series of written exams testing their knowledge of residential construction, inspection techniques, report-writing, and ASHI's Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.
www.buildinginspectors.net /ashi.htm   (1026 words)

During their Candidacy period (a minimum of 6 months), they must pass ASHI's two membership exams and provide valid proof of performance of at least 250 fee paid home inspections that meet or exceed the ASHI Standards of Practice.
ASHI's report verification program provides a thorough check of a random number of the required 250 fee-paid inspection reports to determine strict compliance with ASHI's Standards of Practice.
ASHI's Training Manual is an excellent source of information on the home's components and systems and the methods for inspecting them according to the ASHI Standards of Practice.
www.davisinspection.com /ashi.htm   (855 words)

 Southern New England Chapter ASHI - Welcome
ASHI was highlighted in a piece on the Today Show on NBC, on Wednesday, December 29th, 2004.
SNEC ASHI is a regional chapter of The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI ®), serving Connecticut, Western Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
The mission of ASHI is to meet the needs of its membership and promote excellence and exemplary practice within the profession of home inspection.
www.snecashi.org   (270 words)

 ASHI Georgia home page for qualified home inspectors all over Georgia
The purpose is to build public awareness and confidence in the home inspector and to promote excellence within the profession and to improve inspection service through the ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.
To provide members and others with a forum in which to enhance their professionalism through education, and informed exchange of ideas, and other related benefits which can be provided best by a professional association.
The American Society of Home Inspectors, founded in 1976, is the oldest and leading national non-profit professional organization of home inspectors in the U.S. Membership in ASHI is limited to inspectors who have met rigorous professional and educational requirements through testing and a membership review process.
www.ashigeorgia.com   (393 words)

 Become ASHI Certified - INASHI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
ASHI Certification requires a number of qualification "points" which are made up of education, experience, field work, a minimum of a specific number of fee-paid inspections and written reports which meet ASHI’s Standards of Practice (subject to audit).
ASHI’s founders recognized that a combination of formal training AND hands-on experience would produce the best field performance for the profession, and for that reason did not limit certification to professional engineers, nor to licensed contractors.
It also led to ASHI’s recognition as the association for the profession, and to recognition of ASHI in that role by federal, state, and provincial authorities as well as by allied professional associations.
www.inashi.com /become_a_ashi_certified_insp.htm   (1743 words)

ASHI's Standards of Practice, covering all of a home's major systems, are specifically noted in state and federal legislation and recognized by consumers as the definitive standard for professional home inspection.
ASHI Candidates and Members agree to perform and report inspections in accordance with the ASHI Standards of Practice.
We are a chapter of ASHI, the American Society of Home Inspectors®, the major national association for home inspectors in the United States.
www.pocono-lehighashi.org   (213 words)

 Nation's Building News Online for June 2, 2003
A 2001 study by ASHI and the National Association of Realtors® found that new single-family houses accounted for only 377,000 of the nearly 4.9 million home inspections completed in the U.S. during the prior year.
ASHI Executive Director Rob Paterkiewicz said builders should know that the members of his organization are required to have comprehensive technical knowledge and field experience and to continue their education.
ASHI is sharing its survey findings with NAHB so that “there can be a mutually beneficial relationship when both builder and home inspector put the best interests of home buyers first,” Casey said.
nbnnews.com /NBN/issues/2003-06-02/For+Consumers/index.html   (548 words)

 ASHI Certified Inspections
ASHI inspections are also performed according to a Code of Ethics which protects consumers from conflicts of interest and which assures an independent opinion regarding the property.
ASHI and its chapters sponsor periodic technical seminars and workshops for members.
The inspector must be either an ASHI Candidate in good standing or a home inspector whose jurisdiction requires passing the ASHI Examinations for licensure.
www.ashicertified.org   (652 words)

 Long Island ASHI Chapter - American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) Long Island Chapter || Home Inspection Services ...
The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) is a not-for-profit professional society established in 1976 whose volunteer membership consists of private, fee-paid home inspectors.
ASHI's objectives include the promotion of excellence within the profession and continual improvement of its members' inspection services to the public.
The Long Island chapter of ASHI (Long Island ASHI) was formed in 1997 to meet the specific needs of ASHI members and home inspectors working on Long Island.
www.liashi.com   (246 words)

 Great Lakes ASHI GLC By Laws
The Great Lakes Chapter of ASHI® is an affiliate of ASHI® International, a not-for-profit corporation incorporated in the State of New York.
Retired members of the Chapter are individuals who have been ASHI® members in good standing for a minimum of 5 full years and who are no longer actively engaged in the home inspection profession including performing inspections or supervision of inspectors.
Candidates of ASHI® International are individuals who meet the requirements determined by the bylaws of ASHI® International and who may be eligible to become voting members of the Chapter upon satisfaction of all Member of ASHI® International requirements.
www.ashi-glc.com /members/bylaws.html   (3653 words)

 ASHI Members of the North Central Ohio Chapter
North Central Ohio ASHI® Chapter Inspectors are committed to conducting inspections in accordance with the ASHI® Standards of Practice; committed to abiding by the ASHI® Code of Ethics and are dedicated to providing superior customer service.
The mission of Home Inspectors from the North Central Ohio ASHI Chapter is to be the leading resource and advocate for Home Inspections to the public and in the real estate community in Ohio, provide education to its members and the community, and to protect and preserve real property.
ASHI®, the American Society of Home Inspectors, is the nation’s premier standard through which our craft is practiced.
www.ncohioashi.com   (605 words)

 American Society of Home Inspectors, New England Chapter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
ASHI New England members are subject to the Testing Requirements prescribed by the national organization.
Preparation for the exams is rigorous and long hours of study are required to attain mastery of the ASHI Standards of Practice, the Code of Ethics, and the many aspects of residential construction, defect recognition, inspection technique, and report writing.
ASHI New England Home Inspectors have the added knowledge gained thru participation in group round table discussions, monthly membership meetings and educational seminars, and an established professional network that is aware of the latest developments in the home inspection profession.
www.ashinewengland.org /ashi_testing.html   (529 words)

 Membership Requirements For Great Lakes ASHI
The exam handbook and ASHI Standards of Practice/Code of Ethics can be found online at www.ashi.org/inspectors/join.asp, or through our fax on demand service (800-743-2744, press 0, document #1003 for handbook, document #1010 for ASHI’s Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics).
ASHI will randomly select five inspections form your list and request copies of those five full reports, which will then be verified that they were performed in compliance with the ASHI Standards of Practice.
This intermediate status permits you to use the “ASHI Candidate” and “The ASHI Experience” logos in your marketing materials and to be listed on ASHI’s on-line find an inspector and fax-on-demand referral services.
www.ashi-glc.com /members/requirements.html   (410 words)

 Rav Ashi - The Talmudic Age   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
In his youth, Rav Ashi had the good fortune to study under the distinguished Amora, Rava, and when the latter died in approximately the year 4112 (351 C.E.) Rav Ashi, aged about fifteen, and many other of his fellow-students, younger and older, all went to study at Rabbi Nachman Bar Yitzchak's academy in Pumbeditha.
For Rav Ashi was considered the greatest scholar of the age, and, it was said that, since Rabbenu HaKadosh-the Compiler of the Mishna - there was none to equal Rav Ashi in greatness and Torah scholarship.
Rav Ashi had a famous son by the name of Mar bar Rav Ashi, who learned much of his Torah wisdom from his illustrious father, and when his father died, he took over the Headship of his Yeshiva.
www.chabad.org /library/article.asp?AID=112305   (1450 words)

 Ashi Therapy, Banner Elk - Healing Retreat
These massage therapies are done with an accurate and deeper pressure to alleviate pain and stress in the body.
Ashi can help you to create a "Custom Gift Certificate Package" for the gift of health.
Ashi Therapy reserves the right to change any typographical error or misprinted information.
www.ashitherapy.com /massage.htm   (1606 words)

 NMDP/ASHI Cell Repository - Introduction
Those who receive NMDP / ASHI Cell Repository cell line cultures or cell pellets are responsible for safe storage, handling and use of said cell line cultures or pellets.
The NMDP / ASHI Cell Repository is not liable for any damages or injuries resulting from receipt and / or improper, inappropriate, unintended, wrongful or negligent handling or use of an NMDP / ASHI Cell Repository cell line culture or pellet.
The NMDP / ASHI Cell Repository offers a limited replacement of a cell line culture or pellet if the customer reports it was received non-viable (cultures only) or atypical from its stated description.
www.ashi-hla.org /storefiles/repository/store-repos_intro.html   (941 words)

 Sherwood Inspection About ASHI
Choosing an ASHI inspector means choosing someone you can trust to objectively, independently and apart from anyone's interests other than your own, provide you with a comprehensive analysis of the home’s major systems and components.
ASHI members have demonstrated technical proficiency and report writing skills and have committed to continuing education in order to achieve and maintain their member status.
Members are committed to conducting inspections in accordance with the ASHI Standards of Practice; committed to abiding by the ASHI Code of Ethics and are dedicated to providing superior customer service.
www.sherwoodinspection.com /ASHI.htm   (181 words)

 ASHI Endorsed Home Inspection Course
According to data from ASHI, the number of home inspection professionals in the US has steadily increased since the 1970s, with more than 25,000 today.
In the growing home inspection industry, excellent training is needed, and this ASHI Endorsement serves as a unique assurance to prospective and veteran inspectors that ITA's Enhanced Home Inspection Course is truly the best choice for classroom home inspection training.
ASHI's Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics are the recognized guidelines for the home inspection profession.
www.home-inspect.com /ashiendorsed.asp   (261 words)

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