The purpose of the WoolSafe® Fiber Care Specialist Training Course is to provide professional cleaners with a convenient means for advancing their knowledge of wool-rich carpet, rug and upholstery cleaning. The course is intended to supplement training received in the IICRC-approved Carpet Cleaning Technician (CCT) and Upholstery Cleaning Technician (UFT) certification courses. The 7-hour course is approved for 2-IICRC CECs in the cleaning, restoration or inspection categories. ENROLL
This course is divided into a number of sections or modules and includes subjects such as:
- History of Wool
- Characteristics of Wool
- Wool Cleanability
- Wool Fiber Structure
- Limitations of Wool
- Chemical Damage
- Abrasive Damage
- Pets and Wool
- Specialty Spotting
- Wool Cleaning Related Challenges and
- WoolSafe® Approved Cleaning Products
- WoolSafe® Program
WoolSafe®Fiber Care Specialist approval is conditional upon passing the course exam with an 90% or higher. Once approved, the WoolSafe® Fiber Care Specialist’s company is then eligible to apply as a WoolSafe® Approved Service Provider. Their company contact information will be listed on the International Registry at www.woolsafe.org/usa and they have permission to use the WoolSafe® mark in all their company promotion.
The course is $199.95 and may be purchased on line. Following these simple steps to get started:
1. Register with Rug Lady Seminars.
2. Enroll in the course
3. Pay Make your payment with credit or debit card, or a pre-purchased voucher
4. Take the course and get certified. Sign in as a student and your courses will be listed.
If you are purchasing a course for someone else or for several students, you may now purchase vouchers. These are one-time coupons you provide to the student.
WoolSafe Course VoucherA Course Voucher is a tuition coupon for one course for one individual.
Let customers know that you are certified to clean wool carpets and rugs.
Register now and pay your annual fee, or click below to renew. You must be a certified WoolSafe Fiber Care Specialist in order to become a service provider.