By International Restoration Institute
The Fire Restoration Specialist Certification Training Class Includes:
Science of fires and flames
Fire Damage Classifications
Basic and Advanced Fire Damage
Damaged and Unsalvageable for fire restoration
Personal Property Fire Restoration Applications
Packing and Moving Techniques
Odor Control for smoke damage and fire damage
Digital Recording Process For Fire Restoration
Workplace Safety For fire Restoration
Fire Restoration Site Safety
Asbestos and Asbestos law (Pertaining to Fire Restoration)
Fire Damage Construction techniques
Fire Damage cleaning techniques
Fire Restoration Emergency Response
Fire Damage Restoration Remodeling Topics
This class includes Technician, Advanced and Commercial Fire Restoration Principles.
Extras included with the course price:
Restoration contracts and documents needed to help process claims
OSHA Safety training
Information on marketing
De-construction video training
Information on how to get the insurance pricing software.
Student Requirements For This Course
1 year of experience in construction, restoration, property adjusting or related field.
Timeline: This course is generally completed in 30-40 hours
Time Limit: There is no Time limit to complete this course
Availability: 24/7, You study at your own pace
Course structure: Reading, Quizzing and Video Training
When Can I Start?: As soon as payment is made.
Mobile Friendly?: Yes, this course is mobile friendly.
The Fire Restoration Specialist Course Cost: $299.00 Includes Exam Fee
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