Contents Processing Technician

Class Description

What is a CEC?

1 Continuing Education Credit (CEC) corresponds to 1 hour of education, with specific requirements varying based on the type of certification:

  • IICRC Technicians: Certified Technicians are required to earn 14 CEC credits every four years.
  • Advanced Certifications (MTC, MSR, MWR): Professionals holding advanced certifications such as Master Textile Cleaner (MTC), Master Fire and Smoke Restorer (MSR), or Master Water Restorer (MWR) need to earn 14 CEC credits every two years.
  • IICRC Inspectors: Certified Inspectors must earn 14 CEC credits every two years.

For more in-depth information on CEC’s please click here to see the FAQ’s

What is the IICRC CEC CPT course objective?

The objective of this course is to provide current IICRC Certified Technicians up to 14 continuing education credits (CEC’s) to maintain any IICRC Certification. This course offers flexibility to CEC CPT students, allowing them to tailor their participation to their specific needs. CEC CPT students have the option of attending the class for 1 day for a value of 7 CEC’s, 2 days for a value of 14 CEC’s, or the full CPT 3-day course for a value of 14 CEC’s.

What will I learn in the IICRC CPT class?

This class is the IICRC CPT class! CEC students will get a refresher and learn the latest technology, information, and up-to-date industry changes on the following topics:

  • Health & safety protocols
  • Contamination type & categorization
  • Contamination characteristics
  • Contents inspection & assessment
  • Documentation, estimating, & invoicing tips
  • Project preparation & processing
  • Inspection, cleaning & deodorization tools & equipment
  • Cleaning Solutions & Antimicrobials
  • Restoration & preservation techniques
  • Wet, dry, & ultrasonic cleaning practices
  • Proper box packing & item packaging

Am I eligible to take the CPT exam?

No, this discounted CPT class cost is for students that are maintaining or renewing their IICRC certification. IICRC Certification ID number will be requested several days after course registration so Restoration Certified can complete the appropriate IICRC documentation. Your IICRC Registrant Number can be found on your IICRC Certification Renewal email, letter, IICRC account, or by requesting it from IICRC’s customer service.

What classes should I take after the CPT course?

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

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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Contents Processing Technician

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