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CLEANING & SUPPORT SERVICES ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT TRAINING FOR YOU


The CSSA is the leading trade association for the cleaning and support services industry. We work for both large and small businesses across the UK.


The CSSA recognises the importance of top quality management for successful cleaning contracts. We have joined forces with Cleanwise and the Alcumus group to launch an innovative training course for managers to ensure that you get the best out of your contracts.


• Staff Management • Customer care


• Estimating and budgeting • Environmental management


• Health and safety www.branova.com


The CSSA, Cleanwise and the Alcumus Group are all longstanding and well respected service providers to the cleaning industry. Our aim is to give you the confidence to manage your contracts professionally.


Lee Andrews, Chairman/CEO, DOC Cleaning Ltd said: “I have discussed the course with my Managers that attended the course and they have spoken highly about not only the excellent content but also the manner in which Cleanwise both delivered the training and made them most welcome, so thank you for everything.”


If you would like more information about the training course – please email lcasey@cleaningassoc.org or lync@cleanerthinking.com


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Branova Tel: +44 (0) 1924 486000 Fax: +44 (0) 1924 486001 Email: sales@branova.com


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