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Date(s) - 09/18/17 - 09/22/17
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Hydro Lab Training & Equipment Rental, LLC



IICRC Exam Fees

$65.00 for all exams except for AMRT and Inspector exams which will be $150.00. Retests will be $25.00. These fees are in addition to the price per seat, and are not paid to the Hydro Lab. Please be sure attendees have the proper fees available when attending classes.

Dates & Times

Starts: Monday, September 18, 2017 09:00AM
(Sign-in for this class begins at 8:30 AM)
Ends: Friday, September 22, 2017 05:00PM
Price Per Seat:
$1495.00 per person

Instructor for the Class:  Kurt Bolden


Class Description

This course must be attended in its entirety and completion of both WRT and ASD exams during that same five (5) day time period. If any portion of the course and exam are not completed during the five (5) day period the student would be required to re-attend the entire five (5) course to receive both certifications. No portion of the five (5) day course could be applied to either a WRT or ASD course being taught separately.

The Water Damage Restoration Technician course will cover extraction, basic containment, and basic mold procedures, also black water decontamination hands on procedure and initial equipment set up and the basics of drying. This course is designed to teach non-restoration personnel that perform remediation work to give them a better concept of water damage, it’s effects and techniques for drying of structures. This course will give residential and commercial maintenance personnel the background to understand the procedures necessary to deal with water losses, sewer backflows, and contamination such as mold.

The Applied Structural Drying courses covers the effective, efficient and timely drying of water-damaged structures and contents, using comprehensive classroom and hands-on training, in order to facilitate appropriate decision-making within a restorative drying environment. Students will experience live hands on use of instruments, extraction systems, drying equipment, and chemistry use in an actual flooded building situation.

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