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February 3, 2016 green cleaning, News No Comments

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s a professional certification organization,[7] the IICRC does not have members but instead has registered technicians or “registrants.” The IICRC does not operate certification schools but instead approves schools and instructors to teach and administer its certification programs.

Cleantrust, a program created by the IICRC, helps consumers identify businesses with high ethical standards and technical proficiency. The cleantrust logo was designed to help promote the IICRC’s mission and certification programs and to help broaden the reach of the institute.[10] Currently, the IICRC has more than 140 approved instructors and 70 approved schools offering cleantrust certification. Certification is based upon successful completion of a course in which curriculum follows the standards for that category as well as a passing grade on a standardized exam. Once certified, IICRC registrants must earn continuing education credits (CECs)[11] to maintain their certification. IICRC certification courses include:

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    • Carpet Cleaning Technician (CCT)
    • Carpet Repair and Reinstallation Technician (RRT)
    • Color Repair Technician (CRT)
    • Commercial Carpet Maintenance Technician (CCMT)
    • Floor Care (Hard Surfaces) Technician (FCT)
    • House Cleaning Technician (HCT)
    • Leather Cleaning Technician (LCT)
    • Resilient Flooring Maintenance Technician (RFMT)
    • Rug Cleaning Technician (RCT)
    • Stone, Masonry and Ceramic Tile Cleaning Technician (SMT)
    • Upholstery and Fabric Cleaning Technician (UFT)
    • Wood Flooring Maintenance Technician (WFMT)

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