Master Cleaners Training Institute gains BICSc Accreditation

Pictured from left to right; Chris Chapman, MCTI National Training Manager, Colin Hanks, BICSc General Manager, Adam Hodge, MCTI CEO, and Grant McLauchlan, CrestClean Managing Director

The Master Cleaners Training Institute has been granted the status of an Accredited Training Provider with the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc). In partnership with BICSc, Master Cleaners will provide accredited training programmes to CrestClean franchisees.

Colin Hanks, General Manager of BICSc recently travelled to NZ to assess the operation. He spent seven days in Auckland in the field assessing Adam Hodge and his team. We are now proud to announce that Master Cleaners have become accredited and are now officially an Accredited Training Provider.

BICSc has also welcomed the opportunity to work with Master Cleaners and CrestClean in a range of other countries, as there is strong overseas interest in CrestClean’s business system.

The Master Cleaner’s primary function is to provide training to CrestClean franchisees, providing basic and more specialised training to all CrestClean franchisees and employees. This includes the provision of annual up-skilling programmes, which will be attended by more than 1000 CrestClean personnel each year.

Master Cleaners aims to set the benchmark for delivering professional training programmes for the New Zealand cleaning industry. Our mission is to raise standards through innovation and skills development in the cleaning industry.

Master Cleaners will make a strong contribution to the New Zealand cleaning industry, through providing training programmes and developing a positive public relations profile offering commentary on training, innovation and science in cleaning.

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