Commercial Technician

OVERVIEW

BDMA COMMERCIAL TECHNICIAN (BDMA ComTechis the entry level accreditation for commercial damage management practitioners.

  • This course will help those operating in the commercial damage management sector that already have hands-on experience but are without a transferable qualification.
  • It is suitable for practitioners with a minimum of 6 months’ experience who work as part of teams carrying out all aspects of decontamination work on commercial losses.
  • The course is structured in two parts – Part 1 The BDMA Certificate in Site Health & Safety and Part 2 The BDMA Commercial Damage Management Accreditation (BDMA ComTech). After completing the first part, you then have the opportunity to view the second part of the course before deciding if you’d like to purchase it.

This digital course is built so trainees can work at their own pace. After each module, the candidate needs to sit and pass an online exam to progress to the next section.

Please note that you need to be a BDMA Member to take part in this accreditation.

See the detailed syllabus available here.


COURSE PATHWAYS

If you are a Non-Member, then please sign up here.
If you are an Associate, then please register here.
If you are a Technician, then please register here.
If you are an Insurance Technician, then please register here.
If you are a Senior Technician, then please register here.
If you are a Claims Practitioner, then please register here.


PRICING

Please see this link for pricing

Upon successful completion of part 2 you will become an accredited BDMA Commercial Technician which is maintained by an annual fee of £168 + VAT. However, if you are already a Technician, Senior Technician or Claims Practitioner, you will not need to pay for this accreditation, as you are already paying a higher yearly membership fee. 

If you are an Insurance Technician and successfully qualify as a Commercial Technician, your membership will be automatically increased to £168 + VAT. 


BDMA COMMERCIAL TECHNICIAN – ENTRY CRITERIA

Practitioner with minimum 6 months experience and having the ability to work as part of a team carrying out all aspects of decontamination work on commercial losses.

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Minimum 6 months practical experience of decontamination work on commercial losses.
  • Holder of BDMA Certificate in Site Health & Safety
  • Please note that you need to be a BDMA Member to take part in this accreditation.

Entry Method: Satisfactory completion of relevant BDMA examination

COMPETENCE IN BDMA STANDARDS

Developing knowledge and understanding of the BDMA Standards provided by the BDMA to all individual members.

Apply for Associate Membership (if you are aiming for Commercial Technician accreditation).


ADDED EXTRAS

A badge is also available which can be worn on uniforms or work clothing to identify accredited technicians.


ACCREDITED BDMA MEMBERS

For currently accredited BDMA Commercial Technicians please see our list of Accredited Individual Members.