Water Restoration Technician (WRT)

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IICRC WRT Water Restoration Technician Auckland, 25-27 March 2020


Dates:        25-27 March 2020

Duration:   3 days (19 hours)

Venue:       Auckland, New Zealand (TBC)

Cost:          $1295 + gst

Trainer:      Scott McFadzen (WLS)

The IICRC-approved Water Damage Restoration Technician (WRT) course is designed to teach restoration personnel who perform remediation work to give them a better concept of the effects of water damage and techniques for the drying of structures. This course will give residential and commercial maintenance personnel the background to understand procedures for dealing with water losses, sewer backflows, and contamination such as mould. This course will enable the participant to obtain IICRC-WRT certification.

The WRT class is held over a 3-day period encompassing 19 hours, not including meal breaks and exam periods.  Earn 2 IICRC Continuing Education Credits (CECs) for attending this course.

There is an exam fee of $70.00, payable directly to the IICRC, on the final day of the course prior to receiving your certificate.  You will need a credit card for this payment as it is processed directly by the IICRC and seperate to the course booking.

Lunches and snacks are provided by The Restoration Group.

Please read our registration form for information about payment, cancellations and substitutions.

Upcoming courses can be booked and paid directly. Please check our site regularly for new updated training dates. Alternatively, contact us to find out more about IICRC training arrangements that will suit you.

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Further Information:

For more general information about water damage restoration training, check out this article on the IICRC web site:

The Basics of Water Damage Restoration


Trainer: Scott McFadzen

Scott McFadzen has more than 20 years of experience in restoration and specialist remediation services in his role as the director of a full turn-key restoration company in North Queensland. He is a Restoration Industry Association (RIA) Water Loss Specialist (WLS), which is one of the highest designations in the restoration industry. He is also an IICRC-approved WRT instructor who trains students who wish to acquire their Water Restoration Technician (WRT) certificate.


Scott has been an industry spokesman for many years, speaking at national events such as the Australian Mould & Restoration Conference, Ausclean Pulire, and at the Australasian Institute of Chartered Loss Adjusters Conference. Scott has served as both National President and Vice President of the Specialised Cleaning & Restoration Industry Association (SCRIA).


Scott specialises in providing practical advice for governmental authorities, insurance adjusters, associations and training organizations, and building relationships across different sectors of the industry. He recently participated in a national roadshow around Australia explaining how to implement the new IICRC S500-2015 Standards, and highlighting the developments of policy and standards for companies in Australia. Scott regularly consults with other restoration companies, loss adjusters, claims staff and insurance companies on water damage claim handling.

 

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