IICRC Stone, Masonry & Ceramic Tile Cleaning Technician (SMT) Seminar
The IICRC SMT (Stone, Masonry, & Ceramic Tile Cleaning Technician) course is a two-day hands-on style learning experience. This course will give you the knowledge and skills needed to perform both basic and advanced procedures for the cleaning and maintenance of natural stone, ceramics, and other man-made floors.
After taking this course, you’ll be able to confidently say YES! when your customer asks if you can take care of their floors. You'll learn how to grind, hone, polish, and seal natural stone as well as tips and techniques for keeping man-made surfaces looking their best.
This course explores the following surfaces (and more!)
Natural Stone Floors
Man-Made Tile Floors
- Quarry tile
This course will also include training on all the equipment, supplies, methods, techniques, and cleaning procedures related to each of these floor coverings.
With plenty of hands-on opportunities and instructor demonstrations, you’ll quickly become the floor care expert highly valued by your customers!
Who Should Attend?
This course is highly recommended for any professional who provides hard floor care services. These floors are found in homes and businesses across the country, making this a very high-demand service.
- Building service contractors
- Janitorial companies
- New- or post-construction cleaning companies
- Carpet cleaners
- Natural stone care professionals
4-DAY PROFESSIONAL HARD FLOOR CARE TRAINING – BUNDLE PACKAGE!
Four days. Three classes. Save on training for you or your team by registering for our most popular floor care classes in one affordable package! From natural stone, ceramic, and other manmade floors to Vinyl Composite Tile (VCT) and Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT), you’ll learn daily, periodic, and restorative procedures that will allow you to take on any floor care job with complete confidence!
Safety Protocols For In-Person Seminars
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