Training Provider: The Academy of Textiles and Flooring
This COVID-19 School Janitorial Pathogen Training course teaches advanced cleaning techniques to janitorial and custodial staff in order to prevent the spread of infectious disease, including COVID-19 and the Delta Variant, on school campuses. Participants will learn principles of disinfection, sanitation, and containment.
From K-12 campuses, private and public schools all the way up to the collegiate level, school campuses can be a huge concern for infectious disease outbreaks. Between the high-traffic environment and high-contact shared surfaces, it's easy for pathogens to spread among students and faculty. As a result, it's important for janitorial staff on school campuses to be educated in pathogenic cleaning and remediation. This critical training will keep their work environment clean and safe not only for themselves, but the students.
This is an online, on-demand training course and takes approximately 40 minutes to complete. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the training after passing a short quiz.
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Since 1972, The Academy of Textiles and Flooring (ATF) has been providing professional training courses across the United States. Our motto: Education IS Opportunity. We are also available to provide private classes for clients anywhere within the US. With over 50 years of educational experience, ATF is now the oldest and most prestigious IICRC Certified School (#002). Our team of instructors are some of the best in the industry. They all have had many years of experience in the field, with many of them owning their own business. They bring to the classroom invaluable practical knowledge, and are dedicated to your education. ATF strongly believes in hands-on training in combination with cognitive learning (classroom and online).