Brendan Kimmel earns WRT, ASD instructor certification through IICRC
Burlington, Wash. Restoration Sciences Academy has received official notification from the IICRC that RSA Instructor Brendan Kimmel has received full certification as a Water Restoration Technician and Applied Structural Drying instructor.
To earn the certifications, Kimmel sat for a number of IICRC training program exams. The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification serves as an independent, non-profit certification body for the cleaning, restoration and service industries.
Brendan is already an IICRC certified Master Water Restorer, Master Fire and Smoke Restorer, Applied Microbial Remediation Technician and Master Textile Cleaner. He presently serves as a resident instructor for the RSA Restorative Drying 201 program.
A native of Seattle, Kimmel managed a full service cleaning and disaster restoration firm for six years in the greater Seattle area. He joined the RSA in 2008 to manage RSA’s Claude Blackburn Education Center in Burlington, Wash.
Kimmel has conducted on-site training for private firms, has presented at industry conventions and trade shows, and has been actively involved with industry associations such as the CCINW. He serves as the primary technical and project support specialist for RSA, assisting alumni and other professional restorers with a wide variety of drying challenges.
“This is a very notable and hard-earned achievement,” said Brandon Burton, Technical Education Manager for Restoration Sciences Academy. “My colleagues at RSA join me in congratulating Brendan on this important accomplishment.”
Restoration Sciences Academy provides restoration training and conducts scientific research on restorative drying. RSA operates training centers throughout North America and in the U.K. and also offers instruction at customer locations.
For more information, contact RSA at 800-932-3030.