Classes with IICRC Exam
Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification
WRT - Water Damage Restoration Technician - 2 CEC's
This class is not for the meek and the mild. You will learn about procedures for handling water damage restoration from the initial damage survey through the final billing.
Topics such as Structural Drying, Psychrometrics (the key to understanding drying), types of dehumidifiers and why. Inspection procedures and health effects of mircobial contamination will be thoroughly discussed. Emphasis will be given to handling unusual circumstances and the proper application of the theory of dehumidification and the use of air movers.
Insured and the insurance representative will be discussed in detail. Special emphasis will be given to the health and safety factors for the employee technician, for the employer on behalf of the employee and for the people who will be returning to the indoor environment after restoration. Potential liability of the restoration contractor for the
health of all those involved with the loss will be of particular interest.
IICRC owns no schools and produces no training materials. However, IICRC does recognize established schools throughout the nation that meet specific standards of Certification. Ron Valega is an instructor under the school of "J. Henry & Company/ TMC Group."
Anyone attending this class has the option at the end of the course to take the IICRC Certification examination.
The examination, along with the proper application and fees, is forwarded to the IICRC for processing. Once a person meets the qualifications they are sent Certification credentials.
CLASS TIMES: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM each day.
Manual is included with each registration.
Certification testing begins immediately following the course. A separate fee (cash, check, or credit card) payable to IICRC is required at the time of testing. All certification exam fees are $50.00 US (beginning February 2013 the IICRC fee increases to $65.00).