March 03, 2015

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Contract Cleaning Events & Trade Shows

Trade shows and events are great places for contract cleaners to learn, network and meet with vendors. (Editor’s Note: This is a growing list and may not be all inclusive. If you know of other events you would like to have listed, please contact us. Also, only events with confirmed dates and registration information are currently being listed. We reserve the right to decline listing of any event we feel does not fit our mission statement or our audience. Starting in 2014, private, regularly-offered schools will require a small listing/maintenance fee except for eClean Magazine advertisers. Finally, listings in larger fonts indicate those that eClean Magazine plans to attend.)

March 2-6: 5 Day Kitchen Hood Cleaning School, Power Wash University (PowerWash.com), Ft. Worth, Texas

To learn more, visit the school’s webpage

 

March 4-7 : Painting & Decorating Contractors of America (PDCA) Painting & Decorating Expo, Charleston, SC

The Annual PDCA Painting & Decorating Expo is the painting and decorating industry’s premier learning and networking conference. More than 500 professional contractors will attend 40+ education sessions, a large interactive tradeshow, and business development events over the course of four days.

To learn more or to RSVP, visit the event’s webpage

March 5-6: Northeast Pressure Washing Seminar & Networking Event Pre-Seminar Classes (Pressure Washing, Wood Restoration, & Pump Maintenance/Repair), Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Led by Jack Kramer (pressure washing & wood restoration classes) and ACR Product’s Tom Vogel (Pump Repair & Maintenance.)

Read about Jack Kramer’s classes in Clean Magazine here.

Visit the event Website to learn more or to register: www.PW-Seminar.com

 

March 6-8: Northeast Pressure Washing Seminar & Networking Event, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Hosted by Jack Kramer (pressure washing & wood restoration classes), Tom Vogel (ACR Products), and Thad Eckhoff (Pressure Washing Resource Association [PWRA]).

Great sessions, vendors, prizes and some of the best networking around. Meals provided all day Saturday.

Confirmed topics include:

“Maximize Your Online Presence” Anya Curry

“Build Long Term Business Relationships” Matt Adwell

“Figuring True Costs and Profits” Rick Atkins

“OSHA Compliance- There’s More To It Than You Think”

“Water Fed Pole Window Cleaning for PW Contractors” Micah Kommers

“Determine Your Marketing ROI” Anya Curry

“Direct Marketing That Actually Works” Steve Fischgrund

“Employees: Turn Your Biggest Pain Into Your Greatest Asset ” Curt Kempton

Visit the event Facebook page or website to learn more or to register: www.PW-Seminar.com

March 13: Power Washer Maintenance Seminar, Power Wash University (PowerWash.com), Ft. Worth, Texas

Visit the website to learn more.

March 13: Power Washer Environmental Seminar, Power Wash University (PowerWash.com), Ft. Worth, Texas

Visit the website to learn more.

 

March 20: International Window Cleaning Association (IWCA) Safety Training, Hosted by J. Racenstein, Carson, California

Schedule includes:

Plan Ahead for Safety-Stefan Bright, IWCA Safety Director

Breakout Session: Working Safely around High Rise with Rope Descending Systems (RDS)

Concurrent Breakout Session: Working Safely Around Route/Residential

Cal/OSHA

 IWCA Certification Testing (for those who passed online testing)

Hands-on demonstrations:

Visit the J Racenstein website to learn more or to register

 

March 27: International Window Cleaning Association (IWCA) Safety Training, Hosted by J. Racenstein, Secaucus, NJ

See March 20 listing for details

Visit the J Racenstein website to learn more or to register

April 6-10: 5 Day Kitchen Hood Cleaning School, Power Wash University (PowerWash.com), Ft. Worth, Texas

To learn more, visit the school’s webpage

 

April 22-25: International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association (IKECA) Annual Membership Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

(From Website)  This year will feature even more opportunities for education, professional development and networking. Attendees can earn up to 2.0 CEUs (20 continuing education hours).

This year our theme will be focusing on key assets, your employees. Topics will include employee retention, employee management, motivation and incentives. IKECA welcomes keynote speaker, Nancye Combs, with HR Enterprises, Inc.

To learn more, visit the event webpage