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Maintenance Technician (CCMT)
Certification Seminar (IICRC)
for Health Care Facilities
Seattle, WA - Feb 24 & 25
3:00 p.m. - Midnight
Course to be Held at Seattle Children''s Hospital
This Course Will Focus on the Unique and Special Needs of Carpet Maintenance in Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Other Types of Health Care Facilities
In this course you will learn how to:
Reduce Carpet Care Costs
Get the Latest Information on Equipment, Chemicals, Technology and Green Carpet Care
Reduce Slip, Trip and Fall Risks
Improve the Appearance of your Facility
Prolong the Useful Life of Carpets and Rugs
Use Five Different Carpet Cleaning Methods
Remove all Types of Spots and Stains
Author/Consultant Wm R. Griffin to Instruct Course "Hands on Seminar, Learn by Doing"
This comprehensive two-day "Hands-on" course provides each attendee with the latest information regarding the procedures, chemicals and equipment needed to clean, remove spots, repair, maintain and restore all common types of carpeting found in commercial and residential properties. The course reviews carpet manufacturing, construction, style, fiber characteristics and installation techniques and how these issues impact cleaning and maintenance results.
All commercially viable carpet and rug cleaning methods (wet, dry and low moisture) will be discussed, shown and used during the course. This is a "Hands-on" course where students learn by doing. Attendees should come prepared and dressed to actually use the chemicals, processes and equipment used by industry professional on the job each day. The course ends with a discussion of how to plan, set up and maintain a carpet cleaning and maintenance program in any type and size of facility or business.
Commercial and Residential Cleaning
Fibers and Their Characteristics
Carpet Construction and Styles
Carpet Color Theory and Dyeing
Soil and Cleaning Theory
Chemistry of Cleaning
Spotting Theory and Procedures
Bleaches and Strippers
Cleaning Systems and Methods
Safety and Maintenance
Water Damage Restoration
Installation & Repair Basics
The cost to attend the seminar is $399.00 per person. In addition, there is a $50.00 fee that must be paid to the IICRC if you take the certification exam on day two.
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