Environmental Services

​This program has three training options:

  • ​​​​​12-week housekeeping course
  • 12-week floor technician course
  • 16-week combined housekeeping/floor technician program.

Training Includes:

  • ​​Floor stripping & waxing
  • Collecting trash
  • Office cleaning
  • Carpet cleaning
  • Upholstery cleaning
  • Window cleaning
  • Bathroom cleaning
  • Replenishing supplies
  • Performing routine maintenance

Program Requirements:

  • Stand, stoop, bend & stretch for a long period of time
  • Do the same jobs many times
  • Work alone or with a group
  • Measure & mix cleaners
  • Lift up to 50 pounds
  • Follow spoken & written directions

WTC's Environmental Services program offers training options in housekeeping, floor technician or a combined course.

A young man carries some boxes to a large rolling trash bin. 

DORS Consumer Christian Picket (above) is employed as a Floor Tech at Johns Hopkins Howard D. Miller Research Building. He lost much of his eyesight and had to change careers: "Sometimes life knocks you down... you just have to figure it out... If people [with disabilities] WANT to be successful after DORS trainings: have the will to do it, you WILL succeed."

A woman cleaning a sink. 

Interested in a career providing clean, healthy, safe and pleasant environments? Completing an Environmental Services training program can ​give you the skills to find a job.​

Environmental Services Training Handout

Environmental Services Training Handout PDF

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