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YOUR CAREER GET CERTIFIED AND


BOOST


ISSA’s Cleaning Management Institute (CMI) presents these invaluable training sessions in the UK this year:


Estimating Made Easy (EME): Learn how to match your facility requirements with the right cleaning system so you can maximise resources, improve cleaning quality, and take your organisation to the next level of development. Plus, get an understanding of the Cleaning Industry Management Standard (CIMS) requirements. 24 September / 5 November


Accredited Auditing Professional (AAP): This course qualifies you to provide consistent and standard quality- assurance audits. Become part of an elite group of auditing professionals throughout the world. 25 September / 6 November


Supervisor & Management Boot Camp (SM): This training course develops and sharpens leadership qualities in aspiring and seasoned managers to continually improve the organisation’s daily routines, leading to sustainable success. 25-26 September / 7-8 November


To register or for more information, contact Alexandra Adams at alexandra@issa.com or +49 6131 6367824.


Top Reasons to Get Certified


Learn best practices u from industry experts


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