A career in the restoration trade can be financially rewarding and provide satisfaction for the skilled craftsperson who takes pride in a job well done. Work on the job, combined with the appropriate formal training, provides numerous career paths for professional growth in this thriving, technical industry.

Disaster Restoration will include the basic knowledge for:

  • Water Mitigation
  • Mold Remediation
  • Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration
  • Trauma and Crime Scene Cleanup

 

Prerequisite for all Disaster Restoration Courses:

 

Water Mitigation cover

Water Restoration Basics

  • Intro to Restoration
  • What is a Water Restoration Technician
  • Common Hazards in Water Restoration
  • Intro to Water Damage
  • Categories and Classes of Water
  • Moisture Detection Equipment
  • Is It Wet or Damaged
  • Extraction Machines and Tools
  • Drying Equipment
  • Basics of Psychrometry
  • Is it Dry

 

mold

Mold Remediation Basics

  • Understanding Mold
  • Hazards from mold
  • Antimicrobials
  • Tools and equipment
Fire Smoke Odor

Fire, Smoke, and Odor Basics

  • Hazards from fire, smoke, and odor
  • Understanding Smoke
  • Types of Odor
  • Cleaning Products/Methods
  • Tools and Equipment
crime scene

Trauma and Crime Scene Clean up

  • Health and Physiological Hazards
  • Principles of trauma and crime scene clean up
  • Antimicrobials
  • Structural cleaning
  • Odor Control
  • Tools and equipment
  • Disposal
  • Contents