Water Restoration Technician


Our IICRC Water Restoration Technician (WRT) certification course will give you the skills and understanding of water damage restoration. Earn an IICRC WRT certification after passing a post-course exam. In addition, this course can now be complete 100% online, including the exam! The WRT class is based on the IICRC S500 standard. 

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If you take a live-stream course, you must use a computer or tablet. You must be on camera the entire class.

WRT Course Topics

Preparation for Safety
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Equipment Safety
Identifying potential on-the-job hazards
Preventing Further Damage (Mitigation)
Locating source
Protecting structure, furniture and other contents
Developing a Scope
Determining migration of water
Evaluating class and category of water loss
Understanding materials: Carpet, pad, flooring, sub-flooring, walls, etc.
Drying methods
Water Extraction
Extraction Tools
Measuring and Monitoring Moisture Levels
Moisture levels in materials and in the air
Meters and psychrometry
Installing Equipment
Equipment types
Equipment quantity and placement
Monitoring progress
Reconfiguring and adjusting equipment
Return to Pre-Loss Condition
Resetting contents

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The IICRC Water Damage Restoration Technician (WRT) certification course is an entry level/intermediate course for those wanting to improve their knowledge in the restoration industry. The WRT class will give you the understanding and information you need to properly asses a loss, determine affected materials, understand moisture readings, calculate needed equipment and placement, understand the science of drying and more! The WRT class is great for anyone in the restoration, cleaning and insurance repair industries. Contractors, insurance professionals, TPA’s, property management, facilities engineers and more can take this WRT class to become confident in their ability to understand the restorative drying process!

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