Our four-day water restoration class offers you a large variety of teaching methodologies to learn and ask questions. We have contests for prizes, some free additional technical information to be shared with your company members including, some very important information concerning the application of antimicrobials in your state. You will even enjoy your homework sessions!
So, if you want a fun and very productive learning environment using the latest materials with the most updated information, sign up for one of our many scheduled classes!
This course has been approved for (14) IICRC CECs.
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Registration will close on July 29, 2022
What students say...
"I cannot praise you enough"
Barry, I cannot praise you enough for your terrific instructing in the last WRT course, I had the privilege to attend! I also praised you during my IICRC Certified Firms Webinar I presented on 11/5/20. You did amazing, and the students and I really appreciate it!!!
"Full of confidence for the test"
Thanks for helping me get my paperwork figured out & being such a great teacher! I was really worried about falling behind, however you made it very easy to catch up to the rest of the class. I’ve never been in a class where the teacher creates such a strong & personal connection. On Monday I’ll be full of confidence for this test. Once again, THANK YOU!
"Barry puts his whole heart into teaching"
I took my first water damage restoration and carpet repair class with Barry about 14 years ago. Barry is truly the best instructor, teacher, and human being I’ve just about met. He puts his whole heart into teaching his students. Barry is by far the best teacher I’ve ever had in my life including my college professors.
"You poured out your knowledge"
Literally everyone in our office vouched that YOU were the one I wanted to teach this class, and I needed to move whatever else I had going on so I could participate when you were scheduled to teach. So I did. For four solid days, you poured your industry knowledge out on us. In most cases you provided a fun little mnemonic trick or song to help the information stick. You taught the concepts of the trade, the art of the process, and the math and science behind the how. I never felt like an outsider or that the information was beyond my reach. When I sat for the IICRC test, I felt prepared and calm. Armed with the ditties and rhymes to guide me.
"Barry is the best"
I took the water restoration class to learn about the industry and Barry did exactly that. He taught it in a natural way easy to understand and very hands on with the things I had issues with helping me after class. He taught more than just the business. He informed us on how to speak with adjusters how to handle customers to make them feel as comfortable as possible. Gave us knowledge beyond just the test. Barry is the best.
Thank you for your compassion, outstanding teaching (instructing) abilities and passion for the subject matter. I did not believe that I would enjoy learning the specifics of water restoration. However, you have completely refuted that belief! :-)
"It was an absolute honor"
It was an absolute honor to be a part of the WRT class led by Barry Costa! Barry’s unique ability to connect with each student, both personally and professionally, made learning fun, engaging, and uplifting. You not only receive a high level education from Barry, you also gain an invaluable professional resource to support you and your company after class is over. His teaching techniques make it easy to see why he is so well regarded as an instructor.
Barry Costa lives in Kingman, Arizona with his wife Carol. Barry holds a BS degree in education from Springfield College and was a public school teacher for 10 years and received the “Excellence in Education” Award by the State of NH and Physical Education Teacher of the Year by the New Hampshire Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Barry began his career in the carpet installation, cleaning, restoration industry in the mid 1960’s with his fathers business and continued as the owner of Carpet & Cleaning Craftsman, Inc. in Peterborough, NH until December 1999.Email