Cleaning System Design & Workloading
No two buildings are alike. No single cleaning method fits every situation. The Cleaning System Design & Workloading workshop provides strategies and solutions for all cleaning professionals across the industry. The curriculum considers organizational structures and disciplines, as well as how to motivate staff to increase performance and quality. Learn the skills needed to help you determine the right staff for your facility, justify your budget, provide your staff with the right tools for the job, and walk away with the confidence and know-how of an industry expert.
CMI Train the Trainer
This three-day workshop focuses on how to train and certify your frontline workers on existing standards of care, current health and safety regulations, as well as training on “best practices” vs. “accepted practices” for all surfaces.
Train the Trainer covers Cleaning Management Institute’s (CMI) entire Certified Custodial Technician Basic & Advanced level courses, which entails nine individual sections that go into detail on all three cleaning processes (daily/routine cleaning, periodic interim cleaning, and periodic restorative cleaning) used on all surfaces. Attendees become Certified Custodial Technician Trainers with the Certified Professional Trainer (C.P.T) designation, and have the authority & training to provide certification classes to their entire frontline staff.
CMI Supervisor Bootcamp
This three-day course is designed to sharpen both technical and soft skills involved in cleaning, maintaining, and servicing facilities. The Supervisor Bootcamp curriculum is designed for aspiring entry-level workers as well as tenured professionals who are looking to increase their industry knowledge, sharpen their skills, and learn new techniques.
The Professional Certificate of Innovative Distribution
Industrial Distribution Program, Department of Industrial Technology
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
The Professional Certificate of Innovative Distribution can be earned through Purdue University upon the completion of 90 hours of instruction that meets our requirement of 9 Continuing Education Units [CEUs] or CEU equivalents.