Industries & Professions /
Cleaning Service Owners
Because the materials, chemicals, and equipment for professional cleaning are likely to become more complicated, you should take courses that will help you adapt to chemical and mechanical advancements. Science courses can teach you about the products you'll be using. You'll be purchasing and using your own equipment, so a vocational class that involves you in mechanics can help you better understand the machines and their repair. Accounting classes and student business organizations will prepare you for the record-keeping aspect of the work. Take English and composition courses to develop writing skills for your own advertising and promotion.
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