“I would recommend this class to any new employee, mid-level and executive level managers, as it will open your eyes and mind to see how our field impact the lives of others every day.”
Pascale – Miami, FL
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Be sure to sign up early as the class size is limited.
Individuals for this class come from all areas of the United States and from around the globe. You never know who may inspire you with what they know and what you may learn from each other.
“The future is won by those creating the future…and not the ones trying to maintain the status quo.”
Instructor; David Thompson, Director of the Academy of Cleaning Excellence.
Mr. Thompson is an ISSA/CMI Accredited Certification Trainer with experiences as a K-12 custodian, Building Services Contractor (BSC), cleaning consultant and has been educating frontline service personnel for over 4 decades.
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