S.E.T. Training

RIA - Pre-Requisite Week

Provider Continuing Education
Description RIA - Pre-Requisite Week

Duration - 5 days
Approved for : IICRC - 2 Cec's, RIA & ACAC

Bundle Pricing: $1,300.00 - Members
Bundle Pricing: $ 2,000.00 - Non-Members

RIA is offering three pre-requisite courses (Content Restoration, Building Science and Project Management) back-to-back for the convenience of its Attendees and Certification Candidates. A discount will be given to those attending all three pre-requisite courses.

Contents Science and Theory - September 12 - 13, 2016

$ 649.00 - Members
$ 925.00 - Non-Members

This comprehensive 2-day lecture-based course content is 98% applicable to anything the restoration professional may encounter, dealing with the science of how to restore personal property damaged due to fire, smoke, flood or disaster. Intermediate to advanced restoration and theory will be covered, plus show-and-tell demonstrations will prepare the more experienced restoration trainee, estimator, or supervisor for evaluating different degrees of damage and selecting methods for safe and effective restoration, be it Contents, furniture, Oriental and specialty rugs or period furniture styles.

Building Science - September 14, 2016

$ 450.00 - Members
$ 699.00 - Non-Members

Attendees will also learn about the interdependent system and how this affects water migration, as well as how buildings "behave" in response to moisture.Taught by one of the industry's most knowledgeable instructors, learning will focus on the effects of water on:

  • Drywall
  • Insulation
  • Concrete
  • Wood
  • Masonry
  • Steel framing

Project & Risk Management - September 15-16, 2016

$ 650.00 - Members
$ 925.00 - Non-Members

The Project and Risk Management course will allow participants to develop an understanding of the fundamental principles of project management and how to apply them to restoration and damage repair projects to profitably produce quality products and services within industry accepted parameters and project constraints.

Upon successful completion of the course each student is expected to know:
  • The three constraints associated with managing a project
  • The four phases of the project life cycle and activities associated with each
  • The tools and documentation used to manage a project
  • The tools and documentation used to identify and manage risk
  • How project management can improve a company's restoration business
The above courses are a must for those pursuing their advanced certifications, either for the Certified Restorer or Water Loss Specialist.

   There are currently no classes scheduled. If you would like to speak to someone about future classes or arranging a custom class please call 1-800-465-3898