Fire & Smoke Restoration FSRT (IICRC Certification)

$847.00 incl. GST

Instructor: Jason Twigg

The Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician (FSRT) certification is an in-depth course that will walk attendees through all aspects of physical, smoke, and heat damage inspection, restoration, cleaning, and deodorisation practices used for contaminated structural materials and contents.

FSRT instructors will use simple explanations, real life situations and case studies as learning lessons, practical exercises, and review to provide the education needed to understand the proper procedures of fire and smoke damage restoration.

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This class will include topics such as:

  • Introduction: definitions & causes of fire damage
  • Health & safety protocols
  • Restoration options and the restorer’s responsibility
  • Fire science
  • Characteristics and type of smoke
  • Damage & residue characteristics
  • Site inspection & assessment
  • Estimating/inspection procedures
  • Technician & project preparation
  • Structural cleaning
  • Contents cleaning
  • The proper use of containment & air filtration devices
  • Tools & equipment – laser, ultrasonics, laundry systems, thermal and wet fogging, ozone, hydroxyl, vapour diffusion
  • Restoration & deodorization chemicals, practices, supplies and equipment
  • Client communications, relationships and third party interaction


The IICRC FSRT (Fire & Smoke Restoration Technician) course concentrates on technical procedures for successfully completing the restoration of a fire and smoke damaged environment.


Attendees will learn how to combine technical procedures with a practical approach to managing the job site and how that relates to pricing the job. Learn practical applications for cleaning and deodorization of fire and smoke-damaged structures.


This class structure will include all the necessary study guides, workbooks, exam preparation tools and reviews so you feel confident to take the IICRC FSRT certification exam.

Here’s a video from IICRC on this course: