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IICRC Master Tracks

The IICRC offers three Master Designations. These Master Designations have education and experience requirements individuals must meet in order to obtain them. According to the IICRC, these designations are the highest designation in the industry with only 3.7% of IICRC constituents having attained them. When master status has been achieved, the individual is listed in the IICRC Global Locator as well.

In addition to Master Designations, you can obtain your Journeyman Designations in Water Restoration, Fire and Smoke Restoration, and Textile Cleaning. You can earn your Journeyman Designation on the path to earning your Master Designations!

The certifications you earn for your Journeyman Designations apply toward your Master Designations.

Below are the three Master Designations and Journeyman Designations offered by the IICRC. You can click on each class to learn more about it!

Remediation Training & Consulting offers many of the courses to help you obtain these designations.

 

Master Water Restorer (MWR)

Requirements:

Obtain IICRC WRT, CCT or CCMT, RRT, HST, AMRT and ASD certifications.

Certified with the IICRC for at least 3 consecutive years.

 

 

Master Fire and Smoke Restorer (MSR)

Requirements:

Obtain IICRC FSRT, UFT, OCT, HST and CCT or CCMT certifications.

Certified with the IICRC for at least 3 consecutive years.

 

Master Textile Cleaner (MTC)

Requirements:

Obtain IICRC CCT or CCMT, UFT, OCT, RRT and CRT certifications.

Certified with the IICRC for at least 3 consecutive years.

 

 

Journeyman Water Restorer (JWR)

Requirements:

Obtain IICRC CCT or CCMT, RRT and WRT certifications.

Certified with the IICRC for at least 12 months.

 

 

Journeyman Fire and Smoke Restorer (JSR)

Requirements:

Obtain IICRC FSRT, UFT and OCT certifications.

Certified with the IICRC for at least 12 months.

 

Journeyman Textile Cleaner (JTC)

Requirements:

Obtain IICRC CCT or CCMT, UFT, OCT or RRT or CRT certifications.

Certified with the IICRC for at least 12 months.

 

 

 

Source: IICRC