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NCCA offers hard floor courses

Published 17th August, 2010 by Neil Nixon

NCCA offers hard floor courses

A growing number of NCCA (National Carpet Cleaners Association) members are adding hard floor cleaning and maintenance to their list of services. Hard floor care requires a degree of knowledge and the NCCA has a keen interest in ensuring that there is an increasing supply of trained and qualified technicians. To make certain that members are trained to a high standard of proficiency, the association offers a two-day course dedicated to hard floor cleaning.

The programme includes some practical hands-on training and covers the cleaning and care of resilient, wood, ceramic and natural stone. Each delegate is provided with an accompanying manual, which is theirs to take home once the course is over.

The course instructor is NCCA director and hard flooring expert, Keith Robertson, a professional with over 30 years experience running a floorcare company in Edinburgh. As well as being a committed affiliate of the National Carpet Cleaners Association, Robertson is a member of the British Institute of Cleaning Science, an IICRC master textile cleaner, and an IICRC stone masonry and tile instructor.

The next NCCA hard floor cleaning course will take place on 14 and 15 October in Leicester. Places will be booked on a first-come, first- served basis so early booking is advised.

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