Attending A Carpet Cleaning Certification Class

No matter where you are located, there is sure to be a carpet cleaning certification class within reach. While the Institute of Cleaning and Restoration Certification, or IICRC, does not have their own schools and instructors on hand, they ensure prospective technicians have access to accredited sources through IICRC-approved schools. They have a lengthy database of those they have approved, based on their own subject knowledge and experience to present the required coursework. To continue their authorization they must continue to uphold the standards set by the IICRC.

While there are online and distant courses required by the IICRC, this initial course must be attended in a classroom setting. It consists of 14 hours of instruction over two days, as well as a final exam. Students can expect the comprehensive material to address the pre-inspection process, fiber identification, soiling conditions, chemicals and equipment, and methodology related to residential and commercial flooring. This course can also lay the groundwork for further training and/or IICRC certification track completion.

On the IICRC website, individuals can easily search for course information and a conveniently located school, offering the carpet cleaning certification class. Whether one or more locations are available, further research can be done on their individual websites.

Success in the course will not only provide ample knowledge to clean and maintain carpeting, it will allow technicians to display their reputable IICRC affiliation. This certification will let consumers know the high standards of service they should expect to experience.