CAN YOU LEARN CRIME SCENE CLEANUP FROM AN ONLINE COURSE?
The short answer is “Yes, of course you can”. Bio-Trauma 911, Inc. has been training new biohazard remediation technicians and business owners for over 15 years. Through years of experience gained from real life situations and scenarios, we’ve created a course that is geared towards business success. Our educators & instructors have a combined 40 years of experience in crime scene cleanup and biohazard remediation. And, our course curriculum is thorough, concise and easy to learn.
Many aspiring business owners and technicians have questioned whether or not an online biohazard remediation course is as good as a hands-on course. To that question, we have to admit that our in-person hands-on course is definitely the best option when it comes to training in this industry. However, it’s not cheap! Our full hands-on course costs $1,450 (and that price is going up). Add to this the cost of airfare (or milage if driving), a hotel room and food and you’re probably going to be over $2,100 for our five-day course.
With our online certified crime scene cleanup training course, your overall cost shouldn’t exceed $500 (although this cost too will increase slightly in the near future). Bottom line is, our online training is about 25% of the cost of our in-person class. Without the expense of instructors and the mock crime scenes we setup for each class, we’re able to provide a comparable level of training in a digital format. Unfortunately, students of our online program are not afforded the opportunity to participate in the actual cleanup process. However, our instructors do a great job in providing video instruction covering every aspect of the remediation process.
To learn more about our online certification courses, please take a few minutes to visit https://courses.extremeremediation.com. Our course curriculum can be found on each of the individual crime scene cleanup or biohazard remediation courses. Please remember that OSHA does require certain courses to be completed by you and each of your employees. Some of these courses must be taught and recertified on an annual basis. You can find the OSHA training courses you’ll need through at the site link above.
Should you have any questions about either our online training course or hands-on course, please use the contact us button above for answers.