CONTINUING EDUCATION SEMINAR TRACKS
- TRACK 1 – COMMUNICATIONS AND PEOPLE
- Communicating Clearly
- Turning Conflict into Co-operation
- Coping with Difficult/Toxic Employees
- Non-Verbal Communications – What are they saying and what are you saying
- Dealing with People and Trauma
- People Management Processes and Culture
- TRACK 2 – ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS CLEAN-UP
- Hoarding I – Identifying the hoarders in your industry and the environmental risks
- Hoarding II – Creating the Game Plan
- Asbestos Abatement
- Mould Remediation
- Black Mould Remediation
- Odour Control – Hydroxyl/Ozone
- Fire and Soot
- Wildfires and Smoke
- Dangers in the Workplace (Lead; Silica; Radon)
- Bed Bugs
- Applied Structural Drying and Psychometrics
- TRACK 3 – BIO-RESTORATION CLEAN-UP
- Bio-Hazard Clean-up
- Unattended Deaths
- Pathology and Blood-borne Pathogens
- Forensic Remediation
- TRACK 4 – SOCIETY AND THE DRUG EPIDEMIC
- Marijuana Awareness (Cannabis I)
- Legalization of Marijuana (Cannabis II) – One year later
- Methamphetamine and Breaking Bad Underground Chemistry Labs
- Fentanyl and the Opioid Epidemic
- The Science of Addiction
SPECIALISTS IN TRAUMA CLEANING AND BIO-HAZARD REMOVAL
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Participants are reminded that Alberta Fire and Flood provides the bio-restoration seminars for their valued-clients and Advance Insurance Education Services provides the accreditation that you require for the seminars. It is a partnership that has served everyone in the insurance industry well for the past 10 years.
Patrick has Bachelor’s degrees in both Science and Education plus a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership. The Majors in University in Microbiology and Zoology were the prime motivators for his interest in the development of the many bio-hazard seminars that he has developed and delivered for adjusters and property managers. His research and collaboration with the leading environmental researchers in the USA have provided him with the most recent mitigation practices in bio-restoration. This research has extended beyond mould and asbestos and into lead, silica, radon, forensics, cannabis, methamphetamine, fentanyl and many others. The world is changing and it is imperative those in the restoration business stay ahead of the game in keeping your clients and their families safe and healthy.
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The fall seminars will begin in September and will be delivered via both classroom and online instruction.
Online participants must watch the entire webinar and complete the online evaluation to earn credit hours and obtain a CE certificate.
Several days after the webinar, registered participants who attended the entire activity will receive a link to the online evaluation system with instructions to complete their online evaluation to receive CE credits.
COURSE # 43035 CREDIT 2.0 A
What is the definition of death?
Distinguish between attended death and unattended death.
What are the five stages of decomposition?
Describe the role of forensic entomology.
Discuss the role of body farms in forensic anthropology.
What are the steps in recruiting your forensics team.
What is the required PPE and Don and Doff?
How to stay safe in the suicide clean-up.
Demonstrate the final test(s) to ensure all the blood affected property has been “sanitized”.