IICRC and FCICA partner for the future

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VANCOUVER, WA — The Institute of Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and the Flooring Contractors Association (FCICA) have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in an effort to promote the organizations’ industries, according to a press release.

The memorandum is part of a plan to raise awareness of the industries and “maintain an open dialogue in the sharing of industry knowledge and resources.”

“FCICA is pleased to be able to work in partnership with the IICRC,” Kim Oderkirk, FCICA executive vice president, said in the release. “We plan to educate our membership on IICRC and work together on commercial flooring issues like maintenance.”

The MoU also allows for cross promotional educational programs, including the IICRC’s recognition of FCICA educational sessions as CE credits for IICRC certifications.

“Partnering with an organization like the FCICA allows the Institute to take a step forward and reach a new audience,” IICRC Chairman Tony Wheelwright said in the release. “This is a great opportunity and we are excited to see what this partnership brings to the future of our combined industries.”

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