Get Certified with RTI’s Applied Microbial Remediation Technician Training

Applied Microbial Remediation Technician TrainingWhen you’re involved in water damage restoration, chances are you will come in contact with mold growth and occasionally sewage damage. Many homes and businesses are affected by mold and sewage damage on a daily basis, so it makes sense to expand your portfolio to include these types of services. 

Elevate Your Team with Applied Microbial Remediation Technician Training

When your team is certified through our AMRT course, they will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to successfully meet the requirements of mold and sewage remediation. Mold and sewage damages are a common occurrence in homes and businesses, and the need for trained remediation technicians is crucial in promoting safety and peace of mind among those who are affected. 

If you’re currently in the restoration industry and are hoping to add microbial remediation to your list of services, it’s important to ensure you have the proper training and are able to pass on the knowledge to your team members. Not only does it protect them in dealing with the dangers of mold and sewage, but it will help them provide quality, industry-approved services to your customers. In turn, you will be able to elevate your brand and grow your business.

Get Trained with RTI

At RTI we offer an in-depth applied microbial remediation technician training that will prepare you and your team to take on mold and sewage damage of varying degrees. Our four-day course goes beyond teaching mold | microbial remediation, but also dives into how to manage subcontracted services, market services, communicate the process, document, enforce safety procedures, and more. 

This course is directed to individuals who work in property management, cleaning and restoration, IEQ investigations, or other related professions. Once this course is completed, graduates will be adequately equipped to perform remediation services while protecting the health and safety of workers and building occupants. To sign up, learn more about this course, or learn about others, be sure to visit our website.