Fire & Smoke Restoration and Odor Control Technician Combo​

In this IICRC FSRT/OCT combo course, students can earn both certifications in one class! The Fire & Smoke Restoration Technician course goes together with the Odor Control Technician course to give you a well-rounded understanding of restoration processes. 

What You'll Learn

  • Purification
  • Decay
  • Mildew
  • Smokey Char
  • Skunk
  • Dog and Cat Urine Saturation
  • How to qualify odor problems.
  • How to safely use specialty restoration.
  • Chemicals, supplies, and equipment.
  • A system of inspecting and detecting odors that never fails!
  • Introduction: definitions causes of fire damage;
  • Characteristics and type of smoke
  • Conducting the inspection
  • Estimating/inspection procedures
  • Integral strategy and planning
  • Restoration chemicals, supplies and equipment
  • Deodorizing and Odor Control:
  • Restoration options and the restorer’s responsibility
  • Furnace systems and ductwork
  • Structural cleaning 


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Note: FSRT is required for Master Fire & Smoke Restorer, OCT is required for Master Fire & Smoke restorer and Master Textile Cleaner

The IICRC FSRT/OCT Combo course combines two great classes! Students will take the Fire & Smoke Restoration Technician (FSRT) class and the Odor Control Technician (OCT) back to back. You will first learn about restoring fire and smoke-damaged properties, then move on to the odor control class. With complementary information across both classes, taking them as a combo class allows students to engage with the instructor across both subjects!