Cleanlogic™ is a growing collection of supervisory and management courses and workshops, developed with BICSc technical knowledge and experience.
These courses and workshops will provide the technical underpinning knowledge for you to progress in your career and ultimately have the understanding to manage a cleaning operation.
These courses and workshops are designed for anyone wishing to increase their knowledge of the industry, whether you are a supervisor, team leader, manager, involved in quoting, or producing tenders, there will be one for you.
This half-day Health and Safety course has been designed to meet the requirements of individuals looking to improve their knowledge of health and safety within the cleaning industry through BICSc best practice. Candidates will learn the fundamentals of health and safety, including an understanding of COSHH, risk assessments and how to write Safe Systems of Work (SSOW).
This half-day Control of Cross-Contamination Course has been designed to meet the requirements of individuals looking to improve their knowledge of cross-contamination control in the cleaning industry.
This one day workshop has been specially designed to give you an understanding of building plans, cleaning specifications and productivity rates.
The Cleaning Inspection Level 1 Workshop has been designed to provide you with a full understanding of cleaning inspection methodology, reasons for failure and recording your results. Level 2 will be available to book online soon.
Introducing the latest addition to our Cleanlogic™ brand – Cleaning Inspection Level 2 a full day workshop to advance your Cleaning Inspection Level 1 knowledge.
This half-day Course will Introduce you to all aspects the science behind cleaning chemicals and how they work.
A brand-new edition to our Cleanlogic™ collection. A Specialist Workshop for candidates to understand flooring types.
Learn how to produce an accurate quotation for a cleaning contract, a detailed examination of the items that make up the budget for a cleaning operation, with weightings for considerations such as the type of Specification and scope of works.