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ABRA’s approved instructor process follows stringent protocol and prerequisites in order to maintain the integrity, credibility and longevity of the Certified Bio-Recovery Technician (CBRT) Program.

ABRA Approved Schools with ABRA certified instructors (ACBTI’s) are listed below.  They are second party independent educational service providers. 

Description: CBRT Exam - The American Bio-Recovery Associations’ Third party Certified Bio Recovery Technician Certification examination is offered by ABRA approved instructors only.  It is given at the conclusion of the instruction of the ABRA Certified Bio Recovery Technician Instructor (ACBTI).  dates. (Please do not email or call ABRA directly regarding classes.)

The following independent training facilities are approved to teach ABRA-approved Courses and administer ABRA Certification Tests. Click below to be taken to their website for class descriptions and training dates. (Please do not email or call ABRA directly regarding information on the classes.)


 United States  ACBTI In Person Virtual Classroom  Online 
 NIDS, Greenville, SC Kent Berg   X   Pending
 Bio Clean of New Jersey, Glassboro, NJ Andrew Yurchuck  X    
 Emergi-Clean Inc., Rahway, NJ   Robert O'Connor  X  X  
 Emergi-Clean Inc. Rahway, NJ   Scott Vogel  X  X  
 Bioclean of Australia, Werribee, Vic  Peter Guerin X    









ACBTI Certified Instructors (train within own company only).

Dan Cillian - BioPro LLC.  Gilbert, AZ

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ABRA’s objective is “to achieve and maintain the highest levels of competence among members in the performance of their profession. To teach, instill and require the highest technical, ethical and educational standards.” ABRA certified firms are required to maintain proper insurance, OSHA compliance, Bloodborne Pathogen training records, respirator fit testing, proper handling of biohazardous waste and other laws or requirements in order to maintain good standing with the American Bio-Recovery Association aka ABRA.