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BSCAI Release

February 23, 2010
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CHICAGO — The Building Service Contractors Association International (BSCAI) recently revised and updated its two certification programs to better meet the needs of its members and the BSC industry.

The Certified Building Service Executive (CBSE) program and exam has undergone a complete revision with new information, a completely restructured exam and updated materials to reflect the changing nature of the cleaning industry and the building service contractor professions. The exam is also now available in Spanish as well as English.

The Registered Building Service Manager (RBSM) program has also been updated and reflects the newest in management and cleaning topics and this exam as well will also be offered in both Spanish and English later this year.

"This project was a major undertaking for our small certification committee and professional staff," stated Taylor Bruce, chair of BSCAI''s Certification Committee. "We''re especially pleased with the new, easier format of our exams which have undergone numerous reviews to ensure both the accuracy and completeness of the responsibilities desired in successful managers and executives. Subjects included in the course preparation materials cover the gamut of responsibilities and skills needed by managers and executives."

Certification can deliver a huge benefit to the individual member and their companies. It demonstrates to everyone in our industry the individual’s commitment to excel and dedication to continuing education.

"The CBSE and RBSM designations are a symbol of accomplishment and are recognized with great respect by other BSCs and customers. In this era of increased competition, clients and prospective customers alike seek credentials and substantive knowledge and experience," said Bruce. "BSCAI''s certifications program fills that need."


Celebrating 45 years of industry service, BSCAI has become the trade association of the building service industry, representing a worldwide network of more than 1,800 member companies from across the United States and 30 countries worldwide who provide cleaning, facility maintenance, security and other related services to building owners and managers. The association provides educational programs, certification, publications, video training programs, seminars, and networking opportunities, all developed specifically for leaders in the building service contracting industry.

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