Certification Tracks

As technicians accumulate various certifications, they become eligible for advanced designations: IICRC Journeyman status and the cleaning industry’s highest technical designation, IICRC Master status.

Requirements to obtain these prestigious designations are outlined below.

Requires

CCT or CCMT
+
UFT
+
OCT or CRT or RRT

JOURNEYMAN TEXTILE CLEANER (JTC)

One year active service in the industry after original certification date, plus attainment of specific designations. Designation will automatically be awarded upon attainment of the proper credits.

Requires

UFT
+
OCT
+
FSRT

JOURNEYMAN FIRE & SMOKE RESTORER (JSR)

One year active service in the industry after original certification date plus attainment of specific categories.

Requires

CCT or CCMT
+
WRT
+
RRT

JOURNEYMAN WATER RESTORER (JWR)

One year active service in the industry after original certification date plus attainment of specific categories.

Requires

CCT OR CCMT
+
UFT
+
OCT
+
RRT or BRT
+
CRT

MASTER TEXTILE CLEANER (MTC)

A minimum of three years after original certification date plus attainment of specific certifications.

Requires

CCT or CCMT
+
UFT
+
OCT
+
FSRT
+
HST or equivalent

MASTER FIRE AND SMOKE RESTORER (MSR)

A minimum of three years after original certification date plus attainment of specific certifications.

Requires

CCT OR CCMT
+
RRT
+
WRT
+
ASD
+
AMRT or AMRS
+
HST or equivalent

MASTER WATER RESTORER (MWR)

A minimum of three years after original certification date plus attainment of specific certifications.

Note: there are no Health and Safety Technician (HST) equivalents in Canada, Australia or New Zealand** Definition of Applied Microbial Remediation Specialist (AMRS): One year of active IICRC certification as an Applied Microbial Remediation Technician (AMRT); plus Health and Safety Technician (HST) certification or approved equivalent, and 10 verifiable microbial remediation jobs or 1,000 hours verification microbial experience.

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