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The Building Futures Group Launches Training Arm


The newly merged membership body for facilities management, The Building Futures Group, has launched its new training arm, Asset Skills Training (AST).


AST will offer specialist and bespoke training in all areas of FM, cleaning, housing, property, building maintenance and parking. The programmes have been designed by a team with years of experience working alongside large and small businesses and organisations. Sarah Bentley, Chief Executive of The Building Futures Group, said: “The knowledge and experience our team has in these industries positions our training company to offer forward thinking and


responsive workplace training that truly meets the needs of employers.


“We will be offering courses from fi nance and welfare reform in the housing sector, to the MBA in facilities management. There are online, interactive learning programmes in energy effi ciency for private rental landlords, customer service for parking wardens, project management for estate managers and sales training for estate agents, and a comprehensive training programme for the cleaning industry. Our team has years of industry knowledge and can advise on training needs and business processes that help improve workforce skills and achieve more


effi cient working practices that lead to higher productivity.


“Asset Skills Training offers learning programmes at beginner level through to advanced. We hold face-to-face courses where we make use of our interactive display at our London headquarters, or we can offer virtual classrooms online. We can also tailor programmes according to what a particular company needs through an excellent in-house training offer.”


www.assetskillstraining.org


GOJO Named Preferred Speciality Skincare Supplier By ISS


GOJO Industries has been selected as the preferred speciality skincare supplier for ISS. GOJO, based in Akron, Ohio, is the global leader in skin health and hygiene products for away-from-home settings, which offers product brands including GOJO soaps and hand cleaners, and PURELL® Advanced Hygienic Hand Rub, as well as innovative dispenser systems.


“We are immensely proud to announce this alliance with ISS,” said Mark Lerner, GOJO President and Chief Operating Offi cer. “ISS and GOJO are both committed to providing the very best products and services to their many existing customers across the globe, while also seeking out new opportunities for expansion. Our specialist knowledge of the skincare needs of different customer segments – such as healthcare, food service and production, education and industrial markets – sets GOJO apart from its competitors, making it an ideal partner for ISS.”


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Joe Mann, Group Category Manager for Cleaning Procurement at ISS, said: “Many of our worldwide customers work in diverse industry sectors that require extensive skincare expertise, incorporating innovative technology, educational materials and training. GOJO is much more than a product supplier, and the ability to provide on-going support such as advice on regulations, sets it apart from its competitors. We are confi dent that GOJO is the right partner for ISS, and we look forward to achieving great success together.”


www.gojo.com


www.tomorrowscleaning.com


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