$199.00 USD

By completing this registration form, I understand that I will be on time to the course and will conduct myself in a professional manner.  I also agree that during the course I will have my video turned on as required by the IICRC. I understand that it is prohibited to video and/or audio record of any portion of the course which is protected under US laws.  Distribution and unauthorized use of any course materials, including manuals, videos, assignments is also prohibited. 

Cancellation Policy

SUBSTITUTIONS: Student substitutions may be made at no additional charge. Submit in writing to [email protected] or call 562-698-1279.

TRANSFERS: Students may transfer to the next same class type. Transfers must be in writing and authorized by ATF.  Up to three (3) transfers can be scheduled at no additional charge and must be transferred within one year of the original class date.

REFUND/CANCELLATION: Cancellations must be in writing.  Refund schedule as follows:
Cancellations 7 or more days before class – 80% Tuition Refunded
Cancellations less than 7 days before class – No Refund
No Call/No Show – No Refund

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OCT IICRC Live Stream; April 8, 2021 8am (PST)

The IICRC Odor Control Technician one day course covers olfaction and odor, odor sources, detection process, theory of odor control, equipment, chemical options and applications. The student will learn how to address odors caused from biological sources such as decomposition, urine contamination, and mold, combustion sources such as fire and smoke damage, and chemical sources such as fuel oil spills or volatile organic chemicals.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED

  • Purification
  • Decay
  • Mildew
  • Smokey Char
  • Skunk
  • Dog and Cat Urine Saturation
  • How to qualify odor problems.
  • How to safely use specialty restoration.
  • Chemicals, supplies, and equipment.
  • A system of inspecting and detecting odors that never fails!

An odor that emanates from decaying matter, especially from human and animal remains, can be the most difficult to correct, but can be the most profitable. Come learn the latest and greatest techniques