Training Provider: Total Contentz
This Contents Processing and Pack Out/Digital Photo Inventory Combo Online course provides in-depth instruction on the process of pack outs and inventory. Specifically, students will learn how to perform walk-through procedures, contents division, legal documentation, and more.
This 12-hour program is conveniently presented online on-demand with recorded webinar sessions that can be viewed 24/7. Although the combo course is designed for restoration professionals, anyone can benefit from the content. Upon successful completion, students will receive a course certificate. This course has no exam.
Pack out and inventory are essential operations that all restoration professionals must know how to do. When a job is too big or too involved, restoration technicians have to remove damaged items from the area and clean them offsite. The process can be daunting for both clients and cleaners because personal items can be damaged or lost when the pack out and inventory are done wrong.
The key for restoration professionals is making sure their pack out and inventory is quick, accurate, and precise. This Contents Processing and Pack Out/Digital Photo Inventory Combo Online will cover the process to reduce liabilities and increase profit margins on your next project. Expect to learn packing methods, on-site job prep, loading methods, inventory procedure, and more in this class.
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|Certificates||1-3 weeks after course completion|
|Food||Breakfast, snacks and lunch provided|
The Total Contentz Academy is a hands-on school that provides training and consulting services to full-service disaster restoration companies and specialized cleaning contractors. We offer brand-neutral training in ultrasonic cleaning, soft goods processing, electronics cleaning, contents inventory protocol, pack-out methods, along with the cleaning, sanitizing and disinfection of all types of contents. Students learn from a variety of experts on how to properly clean and restore artwork, appliances, hard furniture, collectibles and more that have been affected by fire, water, sewage and other hazardous conditions.