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Prerequisites:Participants must hold the CCT – Carpet Cleaning Technician Certification and RRT – Repair/Reinstallation Technician Certification.
The IICRC Senior Carpet Inspector Course focuses on preparing carpet inspectors for certification. This course begins with an introduction to floor covering inspection, explaining basic investigation procedures that apply to all floor coverings. Some basic knowledge of fibers, yarn construction, carpet construction and installation is assumed and the course emphasis is on field testing, lab testing, inspection techniques, advanced construction, installation and maintenance issues as well as report writing, warranty interpretation, color issues, photography, sample collection, and practice and tours of related facilities.
Each participant must have a laptop computer while attending the IICRC Senior Carpet Inspector Course. There are at least seven reports that need to be written during the class, and IICRC Inspector software that each student must learn. Weekly laptop rentals are available for an additional fee if needed.
The following manuals and software programs are included with registration:
|Certificates||Certificates are provided following the last day of class via email.|
This course is conducted as a live instructor-led webinar. Further details will be provided to you prior to the course.
CRS Inspector Training was founded in 1993 and its primary instructor, John S Carter is an industry veteran who started his career in 1977 as a cleaning and restoration contractor and carpet inspector. CRS is on the cutting edge of the instructional revolution in its industry and utilizes the highest quality instructional aids to provide each student with the best possible classroom learning environment. CRS provides its students with the benefit of seeing all types of mill defects, installation errors, and end-user related problems before even starting out on their new career. CRS training courses are approved by the IICRC, and they adhere to the strict quality standards required by that organization.