The Applied Microbial Remediation Technician course covers mold and sewage remediation techniques to individuals engaged in property restoration.
Emphasis will be placed on teaching mold and sewage remediation techniques to individuals who will perform these procedures in the field. Course graduates will be adequately equipped to perform remediation services, while protecting the health and safety of workers and occupants.
Day 1 – Principles of Mould & Sewage Damage Remediation (Microbiology, Antimicrobials, and Safety)
Day 2 – General Remediation Procedural Methods (Containment, Air Flow, and Remediation)
Day 3 – Classroom and Hands on 20% of the class plus Standard & Guidelines
Day 4 – Practical Applications and Remediation Procedures
- Mould and sewage remediation procedures
- Containment with extensive hands-on exercises and equipment uses
- Microbiology and health effects
- Biocide uses: are you achieving what you think you are?
- Confined space awareness
- HEPA vacuuming and cleaning procedures
- PPE for mould and sewage remediation
- Sampling and how remediation affects the verification samples
Prerequisite Training required: IICRC Certification in WRT
Training Time: This is a 4 day course; 28 hours, not including exam time, lunch and breaks with 2 IICRC CEC’s earned.
Note: Retail per attendee $3,999 which includes a course manual. Exam fees are additional and must be paid at time of exam. Exam fees are $150.00 USD per person and fees are payable directly to the IICRC.
About your Instructor:
Pat Dooley, IICRC Instructor, started in the restoration business over 30 years ago. He founded Restoration College in 2001. He remains hands-on, having been involved in catastrophic loss management for all major hurricanes in North American since Hurricane Andrew in 1992, including Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Pat teaches Fire & Smoke Damage Restoration Technician (FSRT), Water Damage Restoration Technician (WRT), Odor Control Technician (OCT), Applied Structural Drying (ASD), Commercial Drying Specialist (CDS, Mold CECs and Advanced Building Drying.
As a voluntary committee member of IICRC Pat participated in the rewrite of the new S500 Water Damage Standards section on large loss drying and continues to teach, write articles, manage CAT Losses, as well as providing expert witness testimony in legal disputes involving the restoration industry.Contact us today for more details!