IICRC instructor to offer Xactimate estimating training

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BURLINGTON, WA — Restoration Sciences Academy (RSA) has now added certified Xactimate estimating training to its roster of restoration, remediation and cleaning courses, according to a press release.

The three-day basic/intermediate estimating course is being taught by RSA's Mitch Byrom, the only instructor in the industry who holds both Xactimate Affiliate Trainer and Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) instructor status, the release stated.

"Mitch brings important restoration expertise to the equation. All of us at RSA look forward to the many important conversations we expect to result from the program," said Brandon Burton, technical education manager for RSA.

According to the release, the course includes instructional presentations and practical applications to ensure students learn best practices, and the teaching methods used are designed to build confidence by progressively increasing scope and complexity using real-world jobsite data.

Students completing this program will be prepared to challenge the Xactimate Level 1 and 2 user certification exams offered through Xactware, the release noted.

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