Qualifications

Jena Dyco International ConferenceSRCP encourages all industry professionals to gain formal training and qualifications in the services that they offer. Not only will this allow them to provide a higher quality of service to their customers, but will also ensure that consumers are getting a professional job each and every time they call a cleaning specialist or restorer.

Asset Maintenance – Carpet Cleaning

SRCP actively promotes the Certificate II and III in Asset Maintenance (Carpet Cleaning) as a basic standard within the industry. To complete a nationally recognised qualification training must be conducted by a Registered Training Organisation. For carpet cleaning businesses, completion of the Certificate II in Asset Maintenance – Carpet Cleaning is a basic requirement for SRCP Membership. To find a training provider who is associated with SRCP please contact SRCP on 1800 621 872 or email info@scria.org.au.

IICRC Training

IICRC Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) schools also provide specialised courses that are very relevant to the industry and recognised in membership applications for SRCP. For more information, please see their website: www.iicrc.org.au.

Other Training

SRCP has quite a few members who work outside of the cleaning and restoration industry but in related fields. For professionals who work in associated industry who would like to be SRCP members, SRCP expects individuals to hold qualifications that are appropriate for their profession e.g. Mycologists that have an appropriate science degree. If you would like further information about industry training please contact SRCP on 1800 621 872 or email info@scria.org.au.