When employing a carpet cleaner you want to make sure that they know what they are doing. There are many companies who have been working in carpet cleaning for many years and have never been to a formal course or have any qualifications. There is a great deal of chemistry involved in carpet cleaning, with different fibres reacting very differently to various temperatures and chemicals. It is vital that the person you employ knows exactly what they are doing or irreparable damage may result.

Our technicians are genuinely interested in promoting quality workmanship. They have certification in formal training programs such as IICRC, WoolSafe and Asset Maintenance. You have the security of knowing your technicians are dedicated to advance their knowledge and quality of services by their continual efforts to further their education.

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It is recommended that you employ a professional carpet cleaner who has IICRC qualifications. IICRC is an International organisation that ensures standards in the Carpet industry are maintained at a high level. They regulate courses that are done in Australia. Technicians who have received an IICRC qualification have learned the most up to date theories and practices in restoration and cleaning technology. They have sat an examination and we have confidence that they understand the concepts involved in restoration and cleaning.

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The Network is a network of highly trained professional carpet cleaners and cleaning solution suppliers who must meet the strict criteria set by the Woolsafe Organisation. They have achieved the highest level of recognised training and a minimum amount of experience before they can become a part of the Woolsafe Certified Operator Network. They must also sit and pass the specialised Woolsafe training program. They must use Woolsafe certified products when cleaning wool or wool rich carpets, rugs and upholstery.


JenDyco International
Our technicians have a minimum of level 3 in Asset Maintenance Training, Carpet Cleaning through Jena Dyco. Jena Dyco strives to provide the highest quality training and technical support to the carpet cleaning, restoration and associated industries. As an independent Registered Training Organisation and IICRC Approved School, Jena Dyco ensures that the content of their courses is constantly updated to be in line with industry research and trends. All courses are run by industry experienced instructors, who cater each course to suit the participants and their needs. All courses include comprehensive “Hands-on” components and introduce participants to equipment and chemical procedures, practical techniques and problem solving strategies, marketing, and customer service and networking opportunities. Jena-Dyco is the first and only independent school recognised by IICRC in Australia. Jena-Dyco is the Registered Training Organisation with the Commonwealth Government.

The Asset Maintenance Training package the only training qualification that is recognised by the Australian Government.

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