At the end of the programme, successful students gain the IICRC’s Water Restoration Technician qualification – evidence of extensive specialised knowledge that will help builders, contractors and restorers bring in more business restoring water-damaged properties.
The course focuses on the theory behind the practice, concentrating largely on Psychrometry – the ‘science of drying.’
Lectures, discussions and video are used to cover topics such as the latest equipment, safety, water extraction procedures, structural drying, chemicals and dealing with sewage.
Attendees will also learn everything they need to start dealing with water damage claims.
Chris Netherton, Managing Director of the National Flood School, said: “Water damage costs the insurance industry billions of pounds, and the volume of claims means there is high demand for contractors with the right skills.
“Using a restorer with an internationally-
“That means enrolling on an IICRC Water Restoration Course at the National Flood School is an opportunity for contractors to significantly increase their income.”
The course is being delivered at the National Flood School’s headquarters in Farnham, Surrey, between November 22 and November 24.
Videos about the National Flood School can be seen at the National Flood School’s own YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/
For more details about the National Flood School, the IICRC Water Restoration Technician course and other specialist training, visit http://www.nationalfloodschool.co.uk or call 01252 821185.
Press release issued by David Johnson, Shepherd PR. For more information, or to arrange an interview with Chris Netherton, please call 01335 368020.
Notes To Editors
Recognised across the UK and Europe as a leader in the research, development, testing and education of a wide-range of techniques and systems to enhance the restoration of property damaged by flood and fire, the National Flood School was founded in 1988.
Based in Farnham, Surrey, The National Flood School shares its expertise to support and train restoration professionals and provides information and professional guidance for many other associated industries, including insurers and loss adjusters.
The organisation has three specific divisions: training, consultancy and research and development.
The National Flood School has been accredited by the British Damage Management Association (BDMA as a Licensed Training Centre.
This accreditation sees the National Flood School now offer regular courses under the BDMA Licensed Damage Management Training programme, alongside its own comprehensive training events.
It also writes and maintains the BSI Code of Practice for Professional Water Damage Mitigation (PAS 64).