Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician

Class Description

What is the IICRC FSRT course objective?

Taught by award-winning experienced RC instructors, the FSRT Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician certification course is an in-depth course that will walk students through all aspects of physical, smoke, and heat damage inspection, restoration, cleaning, and deodorization practices used for contaminated structural materials and contents.

Is the online IICRC FSRT like?

Restoration Certified is an IICRC Approved School recognized as “The Best Online Restoration School” that caters to true cleaning and restoration professionals. Our class size is capped at 25 students so each student can receive the individual attention and premier education he or she needs. Our award-winning instructors will use simple explanations and fun, engaging learning lessons, and state-of-the-art presentation platforms and materials to provide the knowledge necessary to understand procedures and processes…and pass the IICRC Certification exam!

What will I learn in the IICRC FSRT class?

  • Health & safety protocols
  • Fire science
  • Fire & smoke behaviors
  • Damage & residue characteristics
  • Site inspection & assessment
  • Technician & project preparation
  • The proper use of containment & air filtration devices
  • Tools & equipment
  • Cleaning & deodorization chemicals
  • Restoration & deodorization practices
  • Client communications

How many questions are on the IICRC FSRT exam?

Currently there are 123 multiple choice questions on the IICRC FSRT certification exam.

Is the IICRC FSRT exam hard?

Not if you take our course! At Restoration Certified we take our motto seriously: “Certified Guaranteed.” This class structure will include all the necessary study guides, workbooks, exam preparation tools and comprehension exercises so you feel confident to take the IICRC FSRT certification exam. Click here to see the Restoration Certified Exam Pass Guarantee.

Can I take the IICRC FSRT exam online?

Absolutely! In fact, if you take an online FSRT course the IICRC requires the student to take the online FSRT certification exam within 45 days upon completion of the course.
If the FSRT course is presented in-person, then the instructor will distribute and monitor the exam immediately following the course. If you are a little nervous or anxious about taking the exam and want a little extra time to study, we highly recommend considering the online FSRT course. You have 45 extra days to study!

How much does the IICRC FSRT exam cost?

The IICRC FSRT exam fee is $80.00 and FSRT course registration does not include IICRC certification exam application fee. All certification exam oversight and fees are handled by the IICRC. Click here for IICRC exam registration information. Click here for directions on how to register for an IICRC exam.

How long will it take to get my IICRC FSRT Certification after I pass the exam?

After you have successfully passed the FSRT exam by obtaining a score of 75% or more, the IICRC will send out your certification documents in 4-6 weeks.

What are the benefits of being IICRC FSRT Certified?

Being IICRC FSRT certified instantly sets a technician apart from the crowd. The IICRC is a globally recognized organization that establishes and promotes high standards within the restoration industry and FSRT certification is a badge of honor that demonstrates a commitment to excellence and adherence to industry Standards and best practices. Hiring a certified technician can provide peace of mind to your clients, insurance adjusters, and other materially interested parties. IICRC certification is a testament to a technician’s commitment to professionalism and customer satisfaction.

What classes should I take after the IICRC FSRT course?

The IICRC FSRT course is the first step on your journey to an exciting career in the disaster restoration industry! We highly recommend you follow the FSRT with IICRC OCT Odor Control Technician, IICRC CPT Contents Processing Technician and IICRC HST Health and Safety Technician.

Want to learn more? click here for our article on “How to Become an IICRC Master Fire and Smoke Restorer”.

Course registration does not include IICRC certification exam application fee. All certification exam oversight and fees are handled by the IICRC. Click here for IICRC exam registration information.

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Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician

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