At NeXus, all educational offerings, including keynotes, seminars, and special sessions, are focused on one thing: to help you learn the tools and best practices so you can win in the industry. Topics include information for the industry and job specific products, acquiring more customers, building a more profitable business, and of course, tips and tricks from the pros in our industry.
Trauma Remediation - Part 2
What is a trauma scene, safety, air filtration devices, technician training, and equipment and supplies.
What it really takes to land more cleaning and restoration jobs and increase profitability.
In this strategic marketing session, come ready to learn how to build a more successful cleaning and restoration company through referrals, direct and social media marketing, better utilization of your technicians, and by building a competitive brand that makes you the Top Gun in your marketplace.
What is RIA Doing for You?
Powerful Advocacy in 2020
Cleaners, restoration contractors, suppliers and other vendors face new and serious financial and legal hazard from patent trolls, insurance companies, third party administrators, third party building consultants and standardized pricing platforms. The Restoration Industry Association (RIA) formed the Advocacy and Government Affairs (AGA) Committee to address these threats head-on. The RIA engaged “The Restoration Lawyer,” Ed Cross as Restoration Contractor Advocate to pursue a campaign to ensure a fair and level playing field for restoration contractors. In this lively, interactive session, Ed Cross will identify new threats to the industry as a whole, and the specific, result-oriented steps the AGA is taking to neutralize them and you won’t want to miss this opportunity to get the latest news and find out how you can join the movement.
ABC’s on getting paid!
If you are a restoration contractor, mold remediator or assessor, or you are considering diversifying into this market, you should attend this important seminar. Attendees will learn the legal strategies and tactics necessary to survive and thrive in the turbulent waters and market conditions associated with insurance claims in this industry.
Fire damage restoration is complex, multi-disciplinary and challenging work. It involves powerful emotional and health effects. It is arguably the most labor-intensive discipline in Restoration, and fire damage technicians often need to be cross-trained in water damage, mold, HVAC and content cleaning. Wildfires in particular call out a broad skill set, and as wildfire frequency and geography continue to increase, this new subset of our industry represents special fire considerations for restorers.
Join Cole and learn about the intricacies around types of fires, impact of the severity of a fire, fire residues and how all of that and much more influences your cleaning protocols – and PROFITS. Learn about the chemistry considerations for each of the major areas – Clean, Kill and Coat. Also get an update on current technical training that is available and the standards under development.
Drying Dense Materials
Learn how to dry hardwood floors, ceramic tiles, and plaster
The challenges we face when drying dense materials can be overcome by using vapor pressure differential to drive evaporation. We will discuss how to successfully dry hardwood floors, ceramic tiles and plaster walls by adding dry heat to increase the drying speed.
2 Part Trauma Remediation
Learn how to make your business a critical success by diversifying into the high demand market of trauma cleanup.
This course is designed to provide basic education, guidance, and understanding of the unique situations encountered when performing trauma and crime scene cleanup, regardless of surface, item, or location. The course will discuss the various procedures and precautions that should be taken when performing work at a trauma/crime scenes.