Contents Processing Technician CPT (IICRC Certification)

$990.00 incl. GST


Instructor: Jason Twigg

Taught by the instructor that helped create this new IICRC certification designation, this course is designed to give contents technicians the knowledge and understanding to competently recover, manipulate, and process personal property and contents contaminated with fire residues, exhaled smoke residues, water, mould, blood and body fluids, infectious disease, regulated and hazardous materials, irritating powders, animal markings, and more!

Your CPT instructor will use simple explanations, real case studies and learning lessons to provide the education necessary to understand the proper procedures of contents processing.

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This hands on class will include complete project processing from pack-out to pack-back with topics such as:

  • Health & safety protocols
  • Contamination type & categorization
  • Contamination characteristics
  • Contents inspection & assessment
  • Documentation, estimating, & invoicing tips
  • Project preparation & processing
  • Inspection, cleaning & deodorisation tools & equipment
  • Cleaning Solutions & Antimicrobials
  • Restoration & preservation techniques
  • Wet, dry, & ultrasonic cleaning practices
  • Proper box packing & item packaging
  • Odour removal options for contents


This course is a must for anybody involved in Water, Mould, Trauma, Fire, Sewage, Bloodborne Pathogens, Tear Gas or Meth jobs.

There is an increasing focus on companies being sustainable suppliers, this course will elevate your staff to being one with an international qualification from the IICRC in contents restoration and open additional opportunities for work. Insurance companies are now searching out and requiring suppliers to offer this service.

This class structure will include all the necessary study guides, workbooks, exam preparation tools and reviews. Hand on equipment, tools and chemicals will be used as part of this interactive course.


Here’s a video from IICRC on this course: