SoftWash Systems Certified Applicator is the first level of education required when you decide to join our network of providers. Brought to you from AC Lockyer himself, he will take you on a journey through 4 main categories that pertain specifically to t
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SoftWash Systems Certified Applicator is the first level of education required when you decide to join our network of providers. Brought to you from AC Lockyer himself, he will take you on a journey through 4 main categories that pertain specifically to the art of soft washing.
AC Lockyer will share with you his own experiences in the field as well as what he has picked up over the past years guiding others in the roof and exterior industry in 4 categories: Tools, Duties, Safety, and Surfaces.
Our 20-class course is designed to equip you, the owner first and foremost with the knowledge and power to operate your business from the cleaning perspective. It also comes with a Lead Technician and Assistant Technician course that you can use to train the team members you choose to bring on board.
Our goal at SoftWash Systems is to set you up for success. Part of that success comes with SoftWash Systems Academy Online. When you purchase our Certified Applicator Course it will come with online access to the material and supporting documents that accompany the course. Once you complete the necessary steps to become a Certified Applicator, your account on Academy Online will be upgraded to “Manager” status, and you will then be able to invite team members and assign them to the course that best fits their path.
Your Certified Applicator certification will last you 2 years from the date you pass your test. The Lead Technician and Assistant Technician will last 1 year from the date the test is passed. SoftWash Systems Academy Online will automatically generate the 3 certificates available, allowing you to print your records at any time.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.