If you are eager to make your business wildly successful, you cannot afford to miss out on this terrific, three-section classroom-on-a-disc. Learn to do professional spotting jobs and maximize your profit potential!
Discover the secrets of value-added carpet care and how it can help you grow your business fast! In this short video, you'll discover the most professional ways to prepare, conduct, clean up, and get paid for your on-site time and efforts. Video qualifies for one (1) IICRC Continuing Education Credit (upon passing of online test.)
This training kit offers in-depth instruction on carpet identification and repair. You will learn what tools to use for specific repairs, and you'll be given step-by-step procedures.
Four audio CDs, packed with over 5 hours of customer service training skills on fire and water damage restoration, gets you on the fast track to success. Learn to connect with everyone on your speed dial, from adjusters to your staff!
Step-by-step instructions that make the introduction process completely turnkey for even the newest technicians. Available in carpet cleaning or restoration format.
Push your business into the stratosphere, attract more clients, money and prestige than you ever thought possible when you try this powerful program and tool kit. It arms you with everything you need to take your marketing effort to unprecedented levels.
Say goodbye to those hours of research and unforgiving loads of paperwork when you say hello to the Mold Remediation Contractors' Master Program. Trade in that unnecessary time for one comprehensive CD that covers all the bases.
When it comes to profitable post-fire cleanup, are you prepared? This must-have book covers on-site personnel, sub-contracting, insurance basics, preparations and paperwork essentials. Recommended by pros and written by industry authority, Jeff Bishop.
Volume 1: 185 pages written by industry expert Jeff Bishop. Further your carpet care education with the 260-page follow-up to the first Jeff Bishop manual. This terrific guide details such need-to-know topics as soiling fundamentals, chemistry, methods, wand use, pre-cleaning, inspection, crew tasks and drying.
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is an international approach to hazard communication, providing agreed criteria for classification of chemical hazards, and a standardized approach to label elements and safety data sheets.