IICRC Carpet Cleaning (CCT)
The IICRC Carpet Cleaning Technician (CCT) course is designed to teach the art and science of carpet cleaning to professional service providers, as well as others in related industries. Emphasis is placed on practical application; identifying fiber, yarn and carpet constructions, style types and finishes, soiling conditions, cleaning science and methodology, and other issues and concerns faced by individuals who maintain and clean installed broadloom carpet. Coupled with on-the-job training and field experience. Students should be adequately prepared to perform carpet cleaning techniques and procedures. They also should be adequately prepared to accomplish further training in other IICRC-approved courses, which require CCT as a prerequisite. The course is designed to cover pre-inspection, fabric identification, basic cleaning chemicals and equipment, and proper cleaning techniques and procedures with a residential and light commercial emphasis. (2 day course; 14 hours, not including exam time, lunch and breaks)
- Introduction to Carpet Cleaning.
- The Nature of Construction, Fiber types, identification and construction.
- The Appearance of Clean Carpet and Removing Soil.
- The Science and Chemistry Behind Cleaning.
- Key Safety and Environmental Regulatory Compliance.
- Equipment and Supplies.
- 13 Point Process of what to-do on the job.
- Trouble Shooting, Problems, Causes, and Prevention.
Why Is Attending Carpet Cleaning School Beneficial?
There are thousands of restoration services throughout the country, and those looking to improve their skills should look into carpet cleaning school. Courses and seminars can benefit a technician and prevent costly mistakes. Most courses are only one to two days long, and the information they provide is invaluable. With the availability of the internet, just about anyone can learn tips and tricks on how to clean something, but certified technicians will offer the best results.
But what makes carpet cleaning school so beneficial?
People who reach out to a cleaning service do so because they are afraid of ruining their furniture or making the problem worse. Technicians who take a course will learn the science behind the fiber types and the best cleansing agents for each. With a course, they won’t learn cookie cutter solutions, but instead will learn how to figure out the best course of action depending on the
April 8 & 9, 2021
Instructor: Doug Heiferman
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Pre-Registration – $315
COVID-19 Update: This class will be be available online unless otherwise noted.