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Finalists revealed for the BICSc Annual Awards 2017
01 August 2017
The finalists for the British Institute of Cleaning Science (BICSc) Annual Awards 2017 – the cleaning industry’s premier event celebrating excellence in training and accreditation – have been revealed.
2017 Award Finalists
Client Commitment to Training
Birkin Cleaning Services Limited
University of Sussex - Sussex Estates and Facilities LLP
Outstanding Candidate of the Year
Alison Bell (Aramark)
Bruce Curtis (University of Sussex)
Excellence in Training and Assessment within an Accredited Training Organisation
Chequers Contract Services Ltd
Building Cleaning Service (BCS) - Gateshead Council
University of Exeter
Excellence in Training and Assessment within an Accredited Training Establishment
HMP & YOI Hollesley Bay
Assessor of the Year within an Accredited Training Organisation
Ronald O’Neill (Manchester Metropolitan University)
Paul Brookes (University of Exeter)
Assessor of the Year within an Accredited Training Establishment
Keiron Morris (HMP Wayland)
Janet Cook (HMP Bedford)
Excellence in Training and Assessment within an International Accredited Training Organisation (New for 2017)
Transguard Group LLC
Farnek Services LLC
Head judge Denise Hanson said: “The BICSc Annual Awards has become the must-attend event in the cleaning industry’s calendar. The awards provide companies and individuals with a fantastic opportunity to showcase their work and celebrate their achievements amongst peers.
"We wish all our finalists good luck, although it is important to highlight that winning is not all. Taking part and becoming a finalist is a huge achievement on its own, particularly since the standard is rising year on year.”
The winners will be announced at the BICSc Annual Awards Ceremony on 14 September 2017 at Whittlebury Hall Hotel in Northamptonshire.
The Awards ceremony is a black-tie event, featuring a celebrity host, three-course dinner and evening entertainment, attracting more than 200 industry professionals each year.
This year the awards will be merged with a daytime exhibition and seminar programme from 11.30 am, open to anyone who has an interest in learning more about the cleaning industry.
To find out more about the event and to book tickets visit: awards.bics.org.uk