This two-day course covers the intricate details of successful fire damage restoration. Learn the strategies, planning and procedures to complete the job. This course concentrates on technical procedures for successfully completing the restoration of a fire damaged environment. The course content includes: • Definitions of disaster restoration • The disaster restoration company - preparedness • The restoration technician • Restoration alternatives, value determination • Soiling associated with fire claims • Basic principles of deodorization • Restoration detergents • Deodorizing agents • Equipment of restoration & deodorization • Major job considerations - service areas, time & materials, wall & ceiling basics, misc. • Contents cleaning & restoration - flooring, unfinished areas, exterior cleaning, air conveyance systems, soft furnishings, window treatments, wood furniture restoration, appliances & electronics, dry cleaning & laundry, personal items, high value items, kitchen accessories, books. Cleaners and restorers who are new to fire damage restoration as well as experienced restorers will find useful information within this course. You will learn how to combine technical procedures application with a practical approach to managing the job site and how that relates to pricing the job. Slides, video presentations, and computer presentation augment handson product application training for the complete learning experience. Attendance at this course will qualify you to take the IICRC exam for Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration Technician (FSRT).