The Applied Structural Drying Technician (ASD) course teaches effective, efficient and timely drying of water-damaged structures and contents for individuals engaged in property restoration and related professions. This course uses a combination of classroom training and hands-on learning techniques in order to facilitate appropriate decision-making within a restorative drying environment. Much of the training is conducted in a flooded ASD house to provide a relevant and realistic experience that students will understand and remember. This course will enable the participant to obtain IICRC ASD certification.
IICRC WRT certification is a prerequisite for this course.
The Coach8 ASD course can be conducted onsite over a 3-day period.
Participants earn 14 IICRC Continuing Education Credits (CECs) for attending this course.
Lunches and snacks are provided by Coach8.
Please read our Terms and Conditions page for information about payment, cancellations and substitutions.
To receive your certification, you must pass an IICRC examination. If you intend to complete the exam, you must complete a separate exam registration process, which will be provided after registering for the course. Exams for onsite in-person courses are generally held in the classroom after lunch on the final day of the course. Exams for online livestream courses have different arrangements.
Coach8 course registration fees do NOT include IICRC exam registration fees. Exam fees are paid directly to the IICRC separately. The IICRC exam fee for this course is currently $80 USD, but you can check the IICRC website to ensure that fee is still correct.
Upcoming courses can be booked and paid for through our Class List page. Please check the Class List page regularly for upcoming IICRC courses in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Darwin, Auckland, and some regional centres. Alternatively, contact us to find out more about IICRC training arrangements that will suit your needs.