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BICSc Experts Share Latest Industry Insights at Interclean Amsterdam 2022

The professional cleaning industry is seeing a significant switch to virtual training, which is driving improvements in standards globally, says BICSc (the British Institute of Cleaning Science) which is at the forefront of offering online options for the sector.  

The industry-leading organisation exhibited at Interclean Amsterdam from 10 – 13 May 2022 where experienced experts from BICSc shared the latest industry insights and developments, including the rapid uptake in online courses. 

BICSc highlighted how the pandemic-accelerated growth in digital courses is playing a pivotal part in improving education and efficiencies, allowing cleaning operatives to expand their knowledge and skill set, wherever they are located worldwide.

As well as shining a spotlight on the latest training trends, the BICSc team, who were situated in the Association Pavilion at Interclean at stand 03.504, highlighted the latest industry innovations. 

Neil Spencer-Cook, Chief Operating Officer at BICSc, said: “We were delighted to be back at Interclean Amsterdam, which is a key event for our organisation. It was the ideal opportunity to share knowledge and insights with our international customers who we have not been able to see in-person over the past two years.”

BICSc is at the forefront of the emerging expansion of digital courses, which offer greater flexibility and are proving particularly popular with cleaning operatives on an international scale. 

Since launching the BICSc Virtual Training Suite just over a year ago, the organisation has had an unprecedented level of enrollments with candidates registering for a range of comprehensive and complimentary courses offered online.

Since extensively enhancing its online offering of digital training courses, BICSc has had an unparalleled industry response with more than 15,000 enrolments globally, demonstrating the rising requirement for digital training. 

Spencer-Cook added: “We are thrilled to have such an amazingly positive response to the virtual training we offer, which covers an array of informative, engaging, educational courses candidates can complete, whenever and wherever they are located.

“Switching to online digital courses is helping to transform the training landscape and the benefits are multiple for candidates, allowing them to learn at their own pace and plan their personalised training sessions around their work and lifestyle. Businesses benefit because online options eliminate the need for candidates to be taken out of the workplace for substantial periods of time to complete training courses in person.

“Training that is accessible for all is at the core of what BICSc strives for and we are proud to be able to offer such a comprehensive collection of digital courses which continue to educate and equip cleaning operatives to the highest standards.

 “Interclean provided the perfect platform to share all the latest exciting developments at BICSc including our innovative new Assessor App, demonstrate our virtual training suite offering, showcase our striking new rebrand and provide vital networking opportunities.”