Information About Carpet Cleaning Training Courses

Every professional job needs training; it also goes to the case of carpet cleaning. There is an association named National Carpet Cleaner Association (NCCA), based in UK, a trade body dedicated to the cleaning of carpets, hard flooring, upholstery, curtains and other soft furnishing. It is nationally recognized by government, media, industry and commerce.

The principle objective of NCCA is the establishment and maintenance of minimum standards within the carpet and upholstery cleaning industry, with the aim of safeguarding the reputation of the industry as well as protecting its customers, both the domestic and commercial sphere. All the member s are expected to provide a fair deal for their customers, by the NCCA motto "SERVICE WITH INTEGRITY"

The NCCA gives a comprehensive Carpet cleaning training courses of the applicants for membership. After successful completion of the training course which includes theoretical and practical instruction in basic cleaning, the applicant become a fully accredited member of NCCA and be eligible to add the coveted logo to their company name, which add prestige to start a carpet cleaning business. The association arranges a series of advanced courses, workshops, branch meetings technical road show and other events to keep the members up to date with the increasingly sophisticated science of cleaning. Along with these, an annual conference, biannual exhibition and monthly magazine, help to keep the members up to date.

The compulsory training course includes a multiple choice examination and is certificated. Each trainee also receives the NCCAs extensive Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Manual and three spotting tools, some kinds of cleaning supplies. Advanced spot & stain treatment and removal course teaches you how to identify the nature of a stain and establish the chemical solution to be applied, how to determine the expected results. There is also another course on hard floor cleaning, deals with the range of resilient floors, engineered and wood, ceramic tiles and touches on natural stone.

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