License 4: InDoor Facilities Inspector's Professional License
Before an InDoor space can be inhabited, it must carry a digital certificate known as an Occupancy Permit. The Occupancy Permit, in turn, must be signed by a Professional Architect (ie app designer), a Professional Contractor (ie coder), and a Professional Building Inspector (ie code auditor).
An InDoor Facilities Inspector is qualified to perform code audits and signs code in a process like that of an individual CPA or chartered accountant signing a set of financial documents. All code that runs indoor spaces must be signed by a professionally licensed building inspector, who stands to lose his or her license if subsequently there are significant problems with the code.
If you have a track record of reliability in the code auditing, ask about qualifications for the InDoor Facilities Inspector’s Professional License.