WRT-Water Restoration Technician
This course provides basic education for technicians and other materially interested parties in the science and practice of water damage restoration. Students will learn to be prepared to perform and document typical residential or light commercial water damage restoration projects from start to finish based on IICRC S500 Standard and Reference Guide for Professional Water Damage Restoration.
HST - Health and Safety Technician
The Health & Safety Technician class is a must for anyone performing restoration or mold remediation! This course is provided to increase safety in your workplace and reduce your company's risk of costly fines and penalties. It is also designed to put you ahead in the restoration industry to show insurance companies you and your staff are ahead of the competition regarding health and safety. Topics to be covered are: OSHA Standards, Inspections, Citations and Penalties, Record Keeping, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Hazard Communication, Hazardous Materials, Confined Spaces, and Blood-Born Pathogens.
UFT - Upholstery and Fabric Cleaning Technician
The Upholstery & Fabric Cleaning Technician course covers upholstery fiber categories, fiber identification and testing, manufacturing of the fiber & fabric, chemistry of cleaning, upholstery cleaning methods, protections, spotting and potential problems. A student will have a specific knowledge about fabric and fiber content, as well as furniture construction. This enables students to identify limitations and potential cleaning related problems, on a given piece of upholstery.
CCT - Carpet Cleaning Technician
The Carpet Cleaning Technician course teaches the fundamentals of carpet cleaning. Topics include fiber types and characteristics, fiber identification, carpet construction and styles, dyeing at the mill, soil characteristics and the chemistry of cleaning. This course will also introduce the technician to the 5 methods commonly used in carpet cleaning. The differences between the CCT and CMT courses are, basically, a focus on either general or residential versus commercial applications.