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TypeOnsite Course
Price$8450
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4 days of training for up to 2 people ( in upstate South Carolina which includes one-on-one training in an informal setting and on-the-job training at nationally recognized restaurants we are currently servicing

  • Both one-on-one training in an informal setting and on-site training in sales and marketing; bookkeeping and accounting

  • Roger’s Hood Cleaning School Training Manual, which includes the design of custom forms, flyers, contracts, invoices, bid system, fire marshal letter, customer letters and stationary that you will need to operate your business

  • NFPA 96 Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations

  • First Year Membership and one year certification into the Certified Hood & Duct Cleaner Association

  • You will learn all aspects of cleaning kitchen exhaust systems hands on

  • You will take a 140 question written certification exam

  • You will learn care and maintenance of pressure washers

  • You will learn chemical safety

  • You will learn all aspects of sales and marketing of kitchen exhaust cleaning

  • You will learn basic bookkeeping and accounting specifically geared toward kitchen exhaust cleaning

  • You will learn use of cleaning equipment and maintenance

  • You will learn Hood Cleaning School’s exclusive 1 person kitchen exhaust cleaning technique

  • You will learn how to set up a successful kitchen exhaust cleaning business

  • Phone support M-F 9am-6pm CST

  • You will learn how to install access panels

  • You will learn how to install grease containment systems

  • You will learn how to install hinge kits

  • You will learn how to diversify your business into all aspects of pressure washing

  • You will learn how to increase your profits

  • You will learn proven marketing techniques for closing sales of additional services

  • You will learn how to make your presentation for additional services

  • You will learn all about pressure washers from the on-site manufacturer demonstration and maintenance class

  • You will learn typical duct construction and onsite inspections

  • You will learn how to identify proper installation of hoods

  • You will learn how to identify differences between Class I and Class II ductwork in the field

  • You will learn how to identify proper installation and wiring of grease exhaust fans

  • You will learn about water tight vs grease tight as it applies to grease exhaust ductwork

  • You will learn about a variety of different types of hoods

  • You will learn about different types of exhaust fans, up blast, utiliset, down blast, squirrel cage and other types of commercial exhaust fans

  • You will learn how high stacks/curbs should be from the roof surface per NFPA 96 standards

  • You will learn about rooftop grease protection systems, how to sell, service and maintain

  • You will learn about basic fire safety, including theory, and prevention

  • You will learn proper use and maintenance of pressure washers

  • You will learn proper use and maintenance of turbo nozzles

  • You will learn how to drape a hood using 1 person without use of duct tape or other primitive ways used by our competitors

  • You will learn how to properly clean fusible links

  • You will learn how to properly label hoods and communicate with the Authority Having Jurisdiction the service that you have provided

  • You will learn how to properly winterize your pressure washer and hoses to allow for even the coldest of environments

  • You will learn how to replace O rings

  • You will learn how to use and maintain wands, trigger guns and hoses

  • You will learn how to capture waste water

  • You will learn how to create little to no mess in the kitchen, this one feature alone will save you hours of clean up time

  • You will learn NFPA 96 Standards from a Technical Committee Member

  • You will learn how to inspect a restaurant and know how to properly bid a job so that you will make profit from every cleaning

  • You will learn how OSHA regulations affect kitchen grease exhaust cleaners

  • You will learn ladder safety, how to choose a rated ladder, proper placement and climbing

  • You will learn how to use PPE, including gloves, goggles, gown and grease non-slip safety boots

  • You will learn how to avoid risk by recognizing potential fire code violations and major safety violations before getting involved with the cleaning

  • You will learn how to bid jobs over the telephone using our exclusive Hood Cleaning School Phone bid system

  • You will learn how to make sure that you get paid for every job on time every time

  • You will learn how to hire potential sales people to multiply your sales effectiveness

  • You will learn how to handle customer complaints turning them into valuable customers that never want to quit using your service

  • You will learn about aluminum, galvanized, stainless steel and spark arrestor types of filters

Hood Cleaning School Crew Leader’s 5 Day Course — $4,250 (5 Days Sun-Thur) training for up to 2 people

  • Same as above, except NO Sales and Marketing

  • Certification is Optional… see http://www.chdca.com for options ($250/yr, $350 2 years, or $400 for 3 years)

  • NO Master Documents Manual

  • NO Bookkeeping or Accounting included in this course

  • This course is to get you Properly Trained, Qualified, and Certified to clean kitchen grease exhaust systems and run and manage crews as a Crew Leader.

  • This course doesn’t qualify for the Guaranteed Client’s Program.  We can still do the same marketing, we just don’t guarantee a set amount of potential business.  Please call me with any additional questions about this course.

Our team of instructors work together to cover every aspect of your equipment and make sure that you can safely operate your kitchen grease exhaust cleaning equipment.