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The flood house . . .

The Flood House The cellar, empty The cellar, full Adjustable sprinkler Flooding and splashing Flooding a bedroom The Kitchen The Lounge The Bathroom

Water Damage Awareness course . . .

Getting ready to go into the Flooded House Measuring for Moisture Students checking out the flooding process! The Extraction Process Having a go! Measuring up for reporting Methods of extraction Measuring room dimensions

Trauma Scene Remediation course . . .

Students listen intently to the best methods of trauma cleaning The Fake Trauma Scene before the students start the clean up The Fake Trauma Scene is made up to be as realistic as possible The Trauma Course students see the extent of the trauma scene for the first time Trauma Course students double bag up as much as they can before they start cleaning A Trauma Course student pours absorbent granules to soak up any liquids A Trauma Course student removes blood soaked materials so they can be disposed of safely A Trauma Course student cleans blood splatters from the bathroom windowsill

Mould Remediation course . . .

Students attending the National Flood School's Introduction to Mould course on a beautiful summer day Students participating in lectures on how to spot and tackle mould issues An example of mould growth Another example of mould growth A section of the Flood House is tented off to demonstrate how to focus on a specific contaminated area Air borne spores and particulates are extracted using an air scrubber Students are shown examples of mould removal techniques

IICRC Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician (FSRT) course . . .

FSRT 1 FSRT 2 FSRT 3 FSRT 4
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