What is an IICRC AMRT Certification
Everyone is concerned with mold. Even on a Catergory 1 loss, the homeowner’s main concerns are getting their home put back together safely. Meaning, a normal fungal ecology. When doing water restoration, you will come into contact with microbial growth. Depending on where you live, possibly daily. What do you do? How do you handle the job while keeping your techs and customer safe?
If you’re looking to add mold remediation to the list of services you offer, getting IICRC AMRT certified is the right place to start.
AMRT stands for: Applied Microbial Remediation Technician, and is often referred to as the “mold certification” course.
* The IICRC WRT (Water Restoration Technician) certification is a prerequisite of this course.
How long is the AMRT course?
The AMRT course is a 4-day course (28 hours, not including exam time, lunch, and breaks).
The IICRC has finally allowed for this course to be taken virtually as well as in-person.
What is taught in this class?
Course attendees will learn mold and sewage remediation techniques that can be applied in the field. Upon completing the course and passing the exam, they will be able to perform remediation services, while protecting the health and safety of workers and occupants.
Who should take this class?
Any person engaged in:
- Property Management
- Property Restoration
- IEQ Investigations
- Or other related professions
Did You Know?
Studies show that within 1 hour of learning new information, people forget 50% of it. After 24 hours, they forget 70%. It’s science, folks!
So, how do you get the most out of an IICRC certification course? We recommend reinforcing that training with a refresher course. This will help sound down proper techniques and processes.