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Associations


British Institute of Cleaning Science 9 Premier Court, Boarden Close, Moulton Park, Northampton NN3 6LF


T: +44(0)1604 678710 F: +44(0)1604 645988 E: info@bics.org.uk W: www.bics.org.uk


The British Institute of Cleaning Science was founded in 1961 and is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The Institute is an independent professional body rather than a trade association and with over 3,000 individual and 750 corporate members, represents all sectors of the UK cleaning industry. Its mission is to raise the professional status and standards within the industry through education and accreditation. BICSc is the awarding body for its internationally recognised workplace-based qualifications, with assessment schemes for cleaning operators, food premises, cleaning supervisors, healthcare, sanitary cleaning and car valeting. The Institute’s new Cleaning Professionals Skills Suite will be the most widely used cleaning qualification in the UK and is delivered by a network of Accredited Training Providers. A Level 1 qualification in cleaning is also available. For more information on membership and the assessment schemes, telephone 01604 678710, email info@bics.org.uk or visit the website www.bics.org.uk.


British Toilet Association


Contact: Mike Bone, PO Box 847, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 5AL T: 01403 258779 E: mike@britloos.co.uk W: www.britloos.co.uk


The British Toilet Association has a simple mission: ‘to represent the interests and aspirations of providers, suppliers and users, of all types and to act as the catalyst for change in the pursuit of standards of excellence in all areas of ‘away from home’ toilet provision and management’. The Association comprises a membership of commercial companies related to washrooms, local authorities and also other organisations that have an interest in publicly available toilets. Many leading suppliers of toilets, toilet equipment, washroom services and facility management and contract cleaning companies are included. The BTA organises a major conference and supplier support exhibition each year and also promotes the annual Loo of the Year Awards - now in their twenty forth year - www.loo.co.uk. The Association provides advice and assistance on all toilet matters and offers a consultation service to providers and suppliers, which includes a comprehensive assessment of facilities currently provided with recommendations for improvements. Membership benefits are provided on the BTA website.


Cleaning & Support Services Association 478-480, Salisbury House, London Wall, London, EC2M 5QQ


T: 020 7920 9632 F: 020 7638 6990 W: www.cleaningindustry.org


The Cleaning and Support Services Association (CSSA) has a 42 year history of helping contract cleaners to thrive in this challenging marketplace. We provide four main groups of services to our members: We promote a professional and ethical cleaning sector – and defend the sector against unwarranted attacks in the media; We ensure that the Government takes account of member’s issues, including key points such as the National Minimum Wage, illegal working and health and safety policy; We provide discounted access to a range of business improvement tools; We provide discounts for members and their staff on a range of business and personal products. The CSSA is actively seeking new recruits to the association. If you want to benefit from our support then call 0207 920 9632 or email lcasey@cleaningassoc.org.uk.


Nationwide Industrial Compliance & Education Limited


Contact Tommy Taylor M: 07725 588663 E: tommy@trainnice.com or Des Fulcher E: des@trainnice.com M: 07834 520 605 T: 01508 471734 E: enquiries@trainnice.com W: www.trainnice.com


Nationwide Industrial Compliance & Education (NICE) help businesses and individuals to understand the importance of high quality, Accredited training offering genuine opportunities for improvements in standards of performance, safety and employee satisfaction. We are accredited by key organisations


such as BICSc; provide training Accredited to the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH), and more recently launched iTC Accredited First Aid training. Because of the wealth of experience and knowledge NICE has in respect of BICSc Accredited Training we can also help companies and organisations aiming to set up their own BICSc centre, usually referred to as Accredited Training Organisations (ATO) or Accredited Training Establishments (ATE). We are qualified to train individuals up to BICSc Assessor status and can also give guidance with the requirements of setting up a BICSc Accredited Centre. NICE are also developing training courses in areas which allow individuals to progress their learning such as Leadership and Management, simply head to our courses page on www.trainnice.com and fill in the appropriate enquiry form, then one of our team of specialists will contact you.


ASSOCIATIONS 18 | TOMORROW’S CLEANING YEARBOOK 2011/2012 | The future of our cleaning industry


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