CMI Announces Winter 2018 Train the Trainer Dates

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NORTHBROOK, IL — ISSA’s Cleaning Management Institute (CMI) will offering its winter 2018 Train the Trainer program for building service contractors and in-house service providers so they can go home armed with techniques that will help them be better trainers, supervisors, and managers. Two upcoming events are slated for January 16-18 in Las Vegas and March 20-22 in Atlanta.

Train the Trainer is structured to help train and certify cleaning professionals so they can successfully implement training for their operation. It is a great way to begin effective and high-quality training.

Each day of the winter 2018 Train the Trainer seminar will include in-depth discussions and group activities featuring one of CMI’s Master Trainers.

Las Vegas, NV, January 16-18

Atlanta, GA, March 20-22 2018

For more information, visit www.issa.com/events or contact CMI at 800-225-4772 or [email protected].

CMI is a professional society focused on certification, training, education, and career improvement for professionals within the commercial cleaning/facility maintenance industry.

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