The custodial profession today not only commands respect, but also requires a high degree of knowledge and skill. There are several reasons for the new "image," but probably the most important is the fact that the custodian has become vastly more important to the efficiency of an organization and a healthy environment. Modern buildings made of modern materials require modern equipment, chemicals and techniques in order to keep them sanitary, safe a
nd in proper operating condition. The vast variety of floor surfaces alone requires extensive knowledge if we are to adequately protect a company’s investment.
One of the important byproducts in the evolution of the custodial profession is CMI’s Custodial Supervisor Training and Certification course. It is truly a milestone in our profession. The course is divided into three sections, each of which covers a particular area of supervising and managing custodial maintenance work. Each section also has a certification exam; the final exam at the conclusion of the course covers all the information that has been presented. The exams include multiple choice, true and false and essay-type questions.
In-house facility cleaning operations and contract cleaning operations will find the Custodial Maintenance Supervision course ideal to use in a training program. In addition to working directly with individuals, CMI can also setup special arrangements with those who are responsible for custodial training. Call CMI at (518) 640-9172 or e-mail Matt Moberg to discuss setting up a formal custodial supervision training program using CMI's Custodial Supervisor Training and Certification course.
Many employers across the nation offer some form of tuition reimbursement to employees. Most employers are delighted to learn that an employee wants to pursue a home study course in a job-related subject. The prime objective of the Custodial Supervisor Training and Certification course is to help those responsible for cleaning and maintenance improve efficiency, increase economy and upgrade work performance of the entire maintenance department.
For more information, contact Matt Moberg