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September 24, 2010
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Hospital Floor Care Certification Seminar – October 21 & 22 –Seattle, WA
The Seattle Children’s Hospital & Regional Medical Center is hosting CMM Master Trainer, Author and Consultant William Griffin to conduct a special Two Day Hands-On Floor Care Technician Certification Seminar (IICRC/FCT) for Health Care Facilities. This course will run from 3:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. on October 21 & 22, 2010, in Seattle, to allow for maximum “hands on” practice in different area of the hospital.
This comprehensive two-day “Hands on Seminar” will focus on the special floor care needs of Hospitals, Health Care Facilities and Nursing Homes. Students will learn and use the latest Green Technology, procedures, chemicals and equipment available to clean, maintain and restore all common types of floor covering materials. Surfaces covered in the course include: wood, laminate, stone, ceramic, terrazzo, marble, granite, concrete, epoxy, VAT & VCT tile, rubber, linoleum, and vinyl sheet goods. Common and specialty floor coverings and processes will be discussed that are used in commercial, educational, health care, food service, industrial and residential properties, as well as unique surfaces found in kitchens, laboratories, operating, computer and clean rooms.
Griffin has over 25 years experience in the cleaning industry as a cleaner, consultant and educator. He is the author of the Comprehensive Custodial Training Manual and hundreds of articles regarding cleaning, maintenance and self-employment. He conducts the CMM “Advanced Train The Trainer” course and is certified by Cleaning Management Institute (CMI) and The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) as a Master Cleaner, and is an active carpet and hard surface flooring inspector and instructor.
To register for the October 21 & 22 seminar contact: Cleaning Consultants, at Ph: 206-824-4434,
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