WCEC members first to be awarded Chartered Practitioner’s status

Senior members of the Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners (WCEC) have brought by example, because the first to get the Award of Chartered Practitioner in Environmental Cleansing.

They’re the pathfinders making method for others in the united kingdom cleaning industry, who’ll be able to connect with the Chartered Practitioner’s Register following its official launch at the Cleansing Show in November 2021.

The initial Awards are being shown to:

  • Alexander (‘Sandy’) Aird (Liveryman)
  • Susan Bartholomew (Liveryman)
  • Christopher Broadley (Court Assistant)
  • Anthony Daly (Freeman)
  • Benjamin Douglas-Jones QC (Liveryman)
  • Gary Fage (Master)
  • Lorraine Larman (Junior Warden)
  • Calum MacLeod (Liveryman)
  • Barrie Torbett (Past Master Emeritus)
  • Lynn Webster (Court Assistant)

These recipients have already been the first to try to test the qualification and application process, in November to make sure that it is ready because of its wider launch to the complete cleaning industry. It has had exceptional effort to create the Chartership scheme to fruition, as a fresh route for cleaning industry members to get a specialist credential recognising their experience or skills. Together with the apprenticeship scheme under development, it offers a clearer career path and continuous professional acknowledgement that may only benefit in the long run.

The awards were displayed to the aforementioned recipients on 20 September by Deputy Master John Shonfeld and Major General Jeremy Rowan CB OBE, who’s the Chairman of the Chartered Practitioners Register committee. Also in attendance had been Alderman Sir Andrew Parmley (Lord Mayor 2015-2016), an Honorary Freeman of the Deputy and WCEC Chairman of Chartered Practitioners Register Committee.

The WCEC will undoubtedly be hosting two webinars concerning the Chartered Register of Practitioners:

· Tuesday 28 September 2021 @ 6pm – 8pm; to join up click here .

· Friday 1 October 2021 @ 12noon – 2pm; to join up click here .

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