Be part of the only nationally recognised trade association dedicated to the cleaning of carpets, hard flooring and soft furnishings:
The National Carpet Cleaners Association
The Association upholds its promise to potential customers, that every one of its members holds a recognised training qualification, is fully insured and can provide the highest standards of service and professionalism within the industry.
Please read the following information carefully!
In order to apply for NCCA membership, you must:
- Attend both Cleansmart’s Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Courses and pay (£30) to Cleansmart to sit the NCCA entrance exam
- The NCCA will email you your Exam Results within 2-3 weeks of the course and if you have been successful you will be able to submit an application for membership by clicking ‘Join’ within the email
- Please ensure you add ‘email@example.com’ as a safe sender in your email system
- Within the application you must:
- Provide a copy of your Public Liability insurance policy
- Read and sign the Association’s Terms & Conditions
- Confirm compliance with the NCCA Code of Practice, Articles of Association and One to One rule
- Provide proof of training qualifications for all cleaning technicians within your company
- Once your membership application has been approved by the NCCA, you must arrange payment of your membership fee
- Cleansmart has negotiated 50% discount off your first year’s membership fee, therefore only £120.00 + VAT is payable to the NCCA upon approval
- You are NOT permitted to advertise using the NCCA name or logo until you receive official confirmation of your membership.
NCCA Name & Logo Use
The NCCA name & logo is trademark registered, which means only NCCA members are entitled to use it to promote themselves.
You may not use the NCCA name & logo until your membership has been approved & payment has been arranged. Failure to comply may result in your application being rejected.
As you have completed training through an equivalent training provider, you are not permitted to advertise using ‘NCCA trained’ or ‘NCCA approved’.
Misuse of the name or logo by non-members is in breach of Consumer Protection legislation and will be reported to Trading Standards for prosecution.