BICScBritish Institute of Cleaning Science (UK)
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Recognized globally as the gold standard for training in the soft services sector, BICSc is the largest independent educational body within the cleaning industry.
For the prestigious BICSc honour, Monitor Services were required to nominate three of their area managers to be trained in the Food Premises Cleaning Certificate Scheme and then as assessors at a Centre of Excellence of their choice.
The overall objective of BICSc accredited training and education is to promote best practice in the cleaning industry; to protect the operative, provide a safe and clean environment, promote sustainability and preserve assets, said a statement from the company.
Facilities management company Farnek has retained its accreditation with the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc), following its ongoing focus on standards, training and sustainability.
Additional team training also enables Farnek to further upgrade its employee skill set, enabling compliance with more of the 90 individual cleaning standards that the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) trains and assesses, putting it ahead of other companies in the region in terms of core competencies.
For further information about BICSc courses, call 0121 503 8850 or visit
The Middle East Training Academy is a certified BICSc training centre.
Certifications from institutions such as BICSc, BIFM and NICEIC are just a few options from a growing list for FM companies to consider.
The emergence of MECA, NICEIC and service providers' eagerness to associate with international accreditation bodies such as BICSc should all make for a more structured future of the regional FM dynamic.