IICRC Water Damage Restoration WRT Tech. Certification Course

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IICRC Water Damage Restoration WRT Tech. Certification Course

Time: July 29, 2014 at 8am to July 31, 2014 at 5pm
Location: Williamsport, PA
Street: 426 Pine St.
City/Town: Williamsport, PA
Website or Map: http://esa-enviro.com
Phone: 1-800-651-8245
Event Type: iicrc, certification, water, damage, restoration
Organized By: Aaron Wise
Latest Activity: Jul 16, 2014

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Why Should You Take This IICRC Water Damage Restoration Technician (WRT) Course?

The Water Damage Restoration Technician (WRT) course is designed to teach restoration personnel that perform remediation work to give them a better concept of water damage, its effects and techniques for drying of structures. This course will give residential and commercial maintenance personnel the background to understand the procedures necessary to deal with water losses, sewer backflows, and contamination such as mold.

Topics to be Covered Include:

General Discussion covers Principles of Drying, Categories and Classes.
Equipment, Supplies, Chemicals
Microorganisms, Health and Safety
Drying Science
Effect of Water on Materials
Inspections
Procedures: Sanitary Water Source
Procedures: Unsanitary Water

Intended Audience: Restoration & remediation companies, contractors, universities, large organizations, facility managers, water damage technicians, carpet cleaning companies, BOMA members, home & building inspectors, and anyone that deals with water damage.

IICRC Exam Fees: $65.00 for all exams except for AMRT and Inspector exams which will be $150.00. Retests will be $25.00. These fees are in addition to the price per seat, and are paid directly to IICRC. Please be sure attendees have the proper fees available when attending classes.

Continuing Education: The IICRC continuing education program seeks to encourage registrants to actively participate in their industry through conventions, workshops and specialized training with continuing education and by sharing knowledge with others in the industry.

INSPECTORS: Due to rapid changes in fiber, yarn, dye, manufacturing, finishing and related technologies, IICRC-certified inspectors must attain two continuing education credits every two years.

CLEANING/RESTORATION TECHNICIANS: IICRC-certified cleaning and restoration technicians face many changes in their field and require two credits every four years.

ADVANCED DESIGNATIONS: Those registrants achieving the advanced designations of Master Textile Cleaner (MTC), Master Fire and Smoke Restorer (MSR) or Master Water Restorer (MWR) will be required to attain two credits every two years.

**Failure to meet continuing education credit requirements will result in suspension of that particular status until the requirement is met and all current course requirements are met.

Please Note: Those who have already taken this course can take the first 2 days of the course again for 2 CECU. With this option, students are not required to take the test or attend the third and final day of class.

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