For many, there isn't a lot of new ideas in carpet cleaning. There are roughly three to four basic type of cleaning, but there is a lot more to consider than just the brand or application method. The Green Carpet Specialist course from the Green Clean Institute has been recently reviewed, rewritten, and offers 25 chapters, many videos, and a great education for novice or experienced carpet worker.
Why travel to attend a class when everything you need to know can be delivered when you are ready, at the pace you choose, and with great supporting videos? The new eLearning system is easy to use, and everyone reports a great learning experience.
Why should the carpet business be left out of the Green challenge? For decades, carpet cleaning has been a "run and gun" type of business that did not worry about the health impact of the service.
Things have changed and customers are increasingly aware of the chemicals that are brought into their homes. More businesses want to know if your service is "Green Certified."
So, the Green Carpet Specialist is more than great information, it is an ability to show that you know how to be Green as well as clean. Frankly, it is evident that carpet cleaning has missed the boat more than a few times.
To stand out from the competition, you need to do more than repeat questionable claims of a Green carpet cleaning system. You need to improve your knowledge, update your practice, and offer a service that is honest Green.
The Green Carpet Specialist (http://www.greencleaninstitute.com/
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Green Clean Institute is the leading Green cleaning education and certification service in the U.S., Canada, South America, England, Africa, and Europe. More than 3000 firms have taken the GCIC courses and proudly display the Green Clean Institute certification.