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Ceramic Tile Care (JS012)


Description
Ceramic tile is one of the most common floor surfaces used in buildings today. It is durable and long-lasting, and after the floor is sealed with a penetrating sealer it needs little maintenance.

But over time, tile and grout can become dirty and impregnated with soil. This training program walks you through maintenance procedures, step-by-step and gives you the tools you need to make your floors look great.

In this program you will learn:

- Which cleaning method to use when performing a routine or restorative cleaning on ceramic tile and grout.
- How to identify which type of ceramic tile it is.
- How to identify which type of grout was used.
- What type of cleaners and equipment to use.

Average test certification time 2 hours. Average program study time 5-10 hours. All program materials available online.
Content
  • Program Introduction 2d
  • Instructions
  • Tutorial: Using the Learning Management System
  • Program
  • 1. Introduction to Cleaning Ceramic Tile and Grout Floors
  • 2. Ceramic Tile – Routine Cleaning
  • 3. Ceramic Tile - Restorative Cleaning
  • 4. High Pressure Cleaning - Ceramic Tile
  • 5. Introduction to Cleaning Porcelain Tile Floors
  • 6. Polished Porcelain Tile
  • 7. Glazed Porcelain Tile
  • 8. Textured Porcelain Tile
  • 9. Restorative Cleaning - Unpolished, Polished, Glazed & Textured Porcelain Tile
  • 10. High Pressure Cleaning
  • 11. Introduction to Cleaning Quarry Tile Floors
  • 12. Routine Cleaning – Quarry Tile Floors
  • 13. Restorative Cleaning - Quarry Tile
  • 14. High Pressure Cleaning - Quarry Tile
  • 15. Introduction to Cleaning Terra Cotta and Saltillo Tile Floors
  • 16. Terra Cotta and Saltillo Tile Floors Restorative Cleaning
  • 17. Terra Cotta and Saltillo Tile Floors
  • 18. Sealing Grout Lines
  • Certification Exam
  • Ceramic Tile Care Exam
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: 2 years