The purpose of this course is to provide disaster restoration supervisors and technicians with a convenient means for updating their knowledge on fire and smoke damage restoration concepts, principles and procedures at a nominal cost. This online course is intended to supplement training received in the IICRC-approved Fire & Smoke Restoration Technician (FSRT) certification course. This online course is divided into three programs each of which contains a number of sections or modules.

In Part 2 of Fire and Smoke Restoration we discuss structural restoration concepts including:

  • Walls and Ceilings (covered, paneled and blown)

  • Fixtures (lights, windows, doors)

  • Floors  (carpet, wood, vinyl, tile)

  • Unfinished areas (attics, storage)

  • Exteriors

  • HVAC systems 

We include step-by-step procedures for restoring unfinished areas, such as attics, crawlspaces, and storage areas, and move from there to structural exteriors: paint, brick, siding, eaves, awnings. An entire chapter is devoted to HVAC safety implications and restoration basics. 


This is a text-based course, with a short quiz at the end of each module.  Completing the course successfully earns 14 IICRC approved Continuing Education credit hours. Upon completion of this introduction to general fire restoration concepts, you will be well-prepared to go deeper with Fire and Smoke Restoration – Part 2: Structural Restoration. 


IICRC Certified: 
14 Continuing Education Credit Hours

Access Length:
365 Days





Clean Care Restoration Academy