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IICRC House Cleaning Technician Certification Class
Sponsored by ARCSI

Presented by IICRC-approved Instructor Bruce Vance, Institute for Service Excellence (ISE)

 

 

 

 

 

May 27 - 28, 2014
St. Louis, MO
Location: Tac Center
1709 Gilsinn Lane, Fenton, MO
Instructor: Bruce Vance, ISE
June 11 - 12
Washington, DC
Location: Champagne Services
1329 Shephard Dr., Suite 5, Sterling, VA
Instructor: David Kiser, ISE
June 19-20, 2014
New Orleans
Location: Quality Cleaning Services
12715 Highway 90, Suite 160C, Luling, LA
Instructor: Bruce Vance, ISE
August 18-19, 2014
Seattle, Washington

Hosted by Advanced Vapor Technologies
5901 23rd Dr. W, #103, Everett, WA
Seattle, Washington
Instructor, Bruce Vance, ISE
For questions about the class or to register call
1-888-473-9164

October 23-24, 2014
Raleigh, North Carolina

Hosted by Sunbelt Rentals
4211 Atlantic Ave., Raleigh, North Carolina
Instructor: Bruce Vance, ISE

November 2-3,2014
Orlando, FL

Buena Vista Palace

Sponsored by ARCSI
This class will be held prior to the ARCSI Convention,
you will receivea $50 discount if you are registered for both
the ARCSI Convention and the HCT Class

 

About the Class

The House Cleaning Technician (HCT) training and certification program is a comprehensive overview of best practices in cleaning. This course is designed specifically for the HCT who wants to meet the expectations of this more educated marketplace of homeowners. Those who complete this course and pass the certification examination will be certified professionals who understand the value and methodology of proper cleaning. The material presented in this course has been researched and peer reviewed; it presents the cleaning industry's best practices. HCT Certification classes must be taught by IICRC-approved instructors and through an IICRC-approved school, such as ISE – the Institute for Service Excellence. It is this third party validation through IICRC that ARCSI believes will make House Cleaning Technician certification a "must have" for those cleaning companies who want to be viewed as the industry's leading professionals in the future.  ARCSI will utilize IICRC-approved schools and instructors to present the classes.   The HCT course takes approximately 14 hours over the course of two (2) days to deliver. An opportunity to take the HCT Certification Examination immediately follows the conclusion of the instruction; an additional payment of $65 to IICRC/CleanTrust must be made at the time the technician attends to take the certification examination.  

An Important Distinction: Certification versus Training
The HCT Certification validates an individual’s body of knowledge regarding the proper and safe removal of soil (cleaning), sanitizing, and disinfecting. These outcomes can be effectively accomplished through a variety of techniques, cleaning procedures, and solo/team cleaning models. The certification course makes no recommendations of procedures or products and will not interfere with your existing cleaning procedure or technician model, though it may inform revisions toward greater effectiveness, improved productivity, and even increased revenue.

The Development of a Professional Certification for House/Residential Cleaning
In 2007, at the urging of Past President David Kiser of Champagne Services ARCSI began to explore the process of developing an industry-wide certification for the residential cleaning technician in conjunction with IICRC, the industry’s leading technical certification organization which also verifies certifications for the carpet cleaning industry, water damage and remediation, and others. In 2009, IICRC approved the House Cleaning Technician certification concept, for which the Institute for Service Excellence then developed the first curriculum and manual which was approved by IICRC.

What is Covered in the Two Day Class?    

Day 1
       The Role of a Certified House Cleaning Technician
       Your Legal Obligation to "Care, Custody, and Control"
        Definition of "Cleaning" and "Clean"
        Impact and dangers of soil and contaminantsThe Science of Cleaning
        Chemistry of Cleaning, pH scale, Solvents, SanitizersMaterials and Surfaces
        Stone, wood, clay tile, vinyl, carpet, concrete, glass, stainless, and moreContents and Furnishings
        Caring for soft goods and textiles, window treatments and rugs,
        furniture finishes, appliances, electronics, collectables

Day 2

       Methods and Productivity
      Value of time, motion and ergonomics
      The right tools, organization and systems
      SOP's and checking your workTools and Equipment
       From aprons, brushes, scrapers and vacuums
       Pumice stone to spray bottles, What's in your caddy?Safety
        Slip/fall hazards, ergonomics, ladder and electrical
        Bloodborne pathogens, volitile chemicals, MSDSHealth
         Microbes and pathogens, Hygienic cleaning,
         breaking the chain of infection and hand washingAppearance
         How appearance affects performance
         Organizational skills for success
         How appearance determines valueEnvironment  What is the environment?
         How does it affect us?
         Who regulates, Who is responsible?

IICRC Certification Examination        
160 multiple choice and matching questions (may include math word problems)       
$65 examination fee due at time of test  
      
Class Registration Fee:   $275 per person
The class registration fee includes the two-day class, study guide and materials
(Note: An additional fee of $65 for the actual certification test is required)

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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