Increase productivity and save money with proper training
These valuable training tools teach appropriate
cleaning procedures for all types of facilities.
|Who Can Use This Program?
- In-house custodial/housekeeping departments
- Educational Institutions
- Building service contractors
- Community colleges
- Vocational schools
- Correctional facilities
- Organizations that provide job training
- Cleaning equipment and supply distributors who wish to provide value-added training to end-user
- Individuals who wish to continue their professional education
These step-by-step trainer manuals provide instructors with everything they need to teach the Custodial Technician Training Program to in-house staff, building service contractor employees or in a vocational or community college setting. The most thorough trainer’s manuals for professional cleaners, they are designed for use in conjunction with Custodial Technician Training Modules and include:
- One set of corresponding Custodial Technician Handbook Modules
- Lecture topics
- Visual teaching aids
- Curriculum guidelines
- Learning objectives
- Pre-term exams for review prior to taking the Custodial Technician Final Exams
- Chapter reviews
- Student activities
$999 per person (includes materials and testing)
Register by November 10, 2006 and save $150
CMI® members save an additional $50
To register, click here.
Course will be at Holiday Inn at Newark International Airport
160 Frontage Road, Newark, NJ 07114
For hotel reservations:
Book Online or Call 1 888 HOLIDAY (888 465 4329)
Contact Jim Hacknauer at 518-783-1281 ext. 3139 with questions.
Did you know...
98% of front line cleaners perform tasks differently?
Labor accounts for 93% of cost?
95% of front line cleaners cannot describe what they are supposed to be doing?
New tools and products can reduce your cleaning time by 50%?
In-depth Q&A session will provide helpful ideas and advice
regarding your specific product and employee requirements
North American Training Manager, JohnsonDiversey Performance Solutions
Director North America, Floorcare & Global Floor Care Center of Excellence, JohnsonDiversey Technology Solutions
Senior Vice President, Marquise Facilities Corp.
Team Cleaning® is a system comprised of four types of specialists concentrating on defined tasks such as light duty and trash, vacuuming, restrooms, and utility work. The advantages over zone cleaning are monumental.
- Higher quality of cleaning performed in less time
- Easier job training, supervision, and absentee replacement
- Much less equipment is needed
- Up to 30% increased in worker productivity
- Up to 50% reduction in labor, energy and equipment costs
- Improved indoor air quality
- Increased level of sanitation
- Higher employee morale and accountability
- Decreased employee turnover, absenteeism and injuries
- Simplified training
Presented by Jim Harris, Sr.
Click here for speaker info
Course will include:
- Critical Industry Issues
- Workloading Process for Staffing
- Team Cleaning® Concept & System
- High Performance Cleaning
- Utilizing Team Specialists
- Master Schedule & Job Cards
- Quality Inspection Process
- Set Up of Pilot/Model
- Understanding Industry Production Rates
- Hands-on Workloading Utilizing Actual, Provided Floor Plans
- Design Implementation Plan, Transition Team
Understanding the Green Cleaning movement will also be a feature of the courses and cover the following issues:
- What is Green cleaning?
- How will it impact the industry?
- What does the future hold for Green products and services?
Presenter: Jim Harris, Sr. CBSE, CEO,Concepts IV, Albany, NY
Jim Harris, Sr. consultant, trainer, corporate executive, businessman and entrepreneur. Jim’s accomplishments include: Formed Concepts IV, an international consulting group specializing in Team Cleaning and computer management systems, Founded Janitronics, a large, well-diversified property service firm Served as director, officer and president of the Building Service Contractors Association International (BSCAI) Co-founded The Maids International, with 247 locations nationally and internationally.
|Paul Anderson, environmental services manager at West Park Hospital, Cody WY, implemented Team Cleaning in facilities encompassing 265,000 square feet, including a cancer center, urgent care clinic, 20-bed chemical dependency unit, and a 130-bed nursing home. Anderson trained the 25-person environmental services staff as specialists in disinfecting and spot cleaning/dusting functions, vacuuming, restrooms, and floor care.
"We are cleaning about 15-20 percent faster using a Team Cleaning approach, and at a higher quality level," said Anderson.
Interdependence and accountability of team specialists produced more efficient, thorough and coordinated cleaning, and enabled proactive scheduling of detail cleaning at proper intervals.