Should you drive a car after only viewing a video? Should you scuba dive after only reading a manual? Should you fly a plane after only attending a lecture? Should you jump out of that plane after watching someone else do it? The answer to all of these questions is of course, NO!
To learn a skill or trade, hands-on training with oversight and instruction is imperative. At Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. we believe that "practice makes perfect". Our hands-on training module gives us an edge over other companies that fail to provide hands-on practical application of industry standard techniques and principals. Our Crime Scene Cleanup Training Course will prepare you like no other similar course of instruction.
Insurance companies, property managers, medical examiners, home owners and others who may call upon you for assistance will expect you to be professional, knowledgeable and proficient. Are you up for the challenge?
Various other topics will also be discussed. Please view our Crime Scene Cleanup Training Course Outline for more information.
Limited seating is available for each of our crime scene cleanup courses and all available class seats are generally sold within weeks of the class start date. We are currently accepting reservations for all of our upcoming training courses. To view our training dates, please click here Training Dates. To reserve your seat early, please visit our Online Reservation Page. Our class size is limited and seats do not last long.
Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. does not offer any type of financial aid and does not act as a job placement agency. Should you have any questions regarding our crime scene cleanup training course or the reservation process, please contact Martha Lenz at 1-800-759-6960 or click Contact Us.
My staff will teach and train you in such a manner that you will leave our training course with the knowledge and confidence necessary to start your own Crime & Trauma Scene Remediation Company or to work as a technician with another company. This I guarantee you!President, Brandon Stone
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