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Seminars

 

Overview of Seminars

While there are many industry courses that qualify for certification, we believe that, to maximize their investment in education, students should consider instructor qualifications carefully, based on the following:

Formal education – CCS instructors have university degrees in business and management.

Industry education – CCS instructors are Master Cleaners and Restorers, and Inspectors of carpet, vinyl and wood flooring as well.

Publishing – CCS instructors have written literally hundreds of articles on cleaning, inspection and restoration subjects for industry associations and magazines.  Our instructors publish monthly columns in industry magazines.

Speaking – Again, CCS instructors have spoken and still speak as volunteers at over two dozen conventions, workshops and symposiums annually.

Standards – CCS instructors personally developed the original versions of the IICRC S100 Carpet Cleaning Standard, S300 Upholstery Cleaning Standard and S500 Professional Water Damage Restoration Standard; on the editing team for these and S520 Professional Mold Remediation Standard. They currently work on various IICRC and Carpet and Rug Institute standard development and revision committees for inspection, installation and trauma scene standards.

Technical studies – CCS instructors stay on the cutting edge of industry technology working with the EPA and trade associations on major studies on indoor air quality, carpet laminates, extraction tool efficiency and carpet soils.

Consulting – CCS instructors consult routinely on chemical formulation, IEQ, equipment specification, floor covering specification and installation-related matters.  They are the acknowledged industry experts.

Expert testimony – CCS instructors have testified in court and in depositions regarding: management, carpet performance, mold remediation, pricing, and safety and health issues.

Reference books/videos – CCS publishes 13 technical books on cleaning and restoration topics, as well as the industry’s only Glossary of Technical Terms.  We have produced 6 videos and 3 marketing programs as well.

Audio visual – CCS was the first to convert virtually all instruction programs to PowerPoint presentations, which greatly enhances the student’s learning experience.  Over half of our courses are taught in our own state-of-the-art conferencing and hands-on training facility in Dothan, Alabama.

Course manuals – CCS student manuals are written in an easy-to-use format and style.  Course manuals are updated semi-annually to stay abreast of the latest technology.  Study guides are sent to all students prior to course dates to help prepare you for IICRC exams.

In short, there is a difference in courses and instruction.  When you attend a course sponsored by CCS, you are guaranteed the industry’s most comprehensive and thorough training.  Maximize your training investment with Clean Care Seminars.  See our Current Course Schedule and then call 800 455-4278 or 334-446-1531 or Contact Us for further information.

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