Welcome to the Restoration Technical Institute!

The Restoration Technical Institute is an IICRC Certified School

 

The Restoration Technical Institute is excited to announce that the IICRC has approved us as a certified school.  With this distinction the Restoration Technical Institute enters into an elite group of less than 100 other IICRC Certified Schools globally.  The approval was voted and approved unanimously on April 13, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee at the Certification Council Meeting by the IICRC Board of Directors and IICRC instructors.


An IICRC school encourages and promotes professional training in the areas of inspection, cleaning and restoration using IICRC-approved courses and instructors.  The most important benefit an IICRC certified school or Registered Supporter receives is the understanding that they are recognized as ardent supporters of not only the IICRC, but of the entire cleaning, restoration and inspection industry.

The Restoration Technical Institute staff thanks the hundreds of students and instructors who have encouraged and supported them in this journey.

 

Our mission is to provide opportunities, training and resources that will allow restoration technicians and companies from all over the country to succeed.

Since August of 2012, Restoration Technical Institute has brought in the best instructors in the country to teach both IICRC and CEC courses. Our courses are designed for all types of restoration professionals such as owners, managers, technicians and more.

We believe that training goes beyond receiving the certification. When attending the Restoration Technical Institute, our students experience training in a different atmosphere - we provide Knowledge, Passion & Inspiration for Your Success.

Our website is a premiere resource for students and industry professionals. We encourange you to learn more by browsing through the tabs on the left. Class registration can be done by clicking the "Courses / Registration" tab or by contacting Steve Schumm at (610) 926-0223.

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