The National Flood School disseminates and shares knowledge in the continual pursuit of excellence in the field of property restoration as a result of fire and flood damage. With over 20 years experience, we are considered to be quintessential experts in this distinctive industry.
Today, the National Flood School not only supports & trains restorers, it also provides information and support for many other associated industries including insurers and loss adjusters.
As an organisation we deliver our services through three specific divisions.
Develops and delivers a diverse programme of both technical and non technical training courses aimed at Restorers and Insurance professionals.
Provides a range of consultancy led services aimed at making real savings by driving standards and delivering best practice.
Research & Development Division:
Investigates and analyses all aspect of the industry to identify best practice as well as developing new an innovative methods of restoration.
The National Flood School was founded in 1988 to drive the standard of restoration professionals and protect the public from the anguish and distress caused by unqualified restorers. We are acutely aware that poorly trained restorers can give the restoration industry as a whole a bad name and that a bad experience can directly impact the insurer, causing policy holders to move their valuable business elsewhere.
To mitigate this, the National Flood School's Aims:
- To pass on knowledge
- To encourage & promote excellence
- To set & drive standards
- To investigate & analyse
- To increase awareness
In order to assist us in delivering our aims, we've built and use as part of our training & research programme, the only Floodable House in Europe as well as writing and maintaining the BSI Code of Practice for professional Water Damage Mitigation (PAS 64).