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    Intermediate Level: CAF Pricing Schedule Training

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    Following on from our highly successful introductory session, Professor David Bedford will be facilitating an online training session to delve deeper into CAF’s Pricing Schedule. This industry-leading procurement tool embeds fairness and transparency in cleaning contract pricing. In this training session, you’ll gain insights on how to navigate and leverage the CAF Pricing Schedule effectively. From procurer and contractor viewpoints, learn how to fill in the CAF Pricing Schedule and take action based on findings. Capping off the training there will be a 15 minute Q&A session, offering stakeholders the opportunity to address any queries related to using the CAF Pricing Schedule.

    If you missed the introductory webinar, don't worry. Upon registering for the intermediate training, you'll receive access to the session. Keep an eye on your order receipt for the link to access it.

    David Bedford, Professor at the UTS Business School

    David is a leading international researcher in management accounting, focusing on the design and use of management controls and performance measurement systems. David has played an integral role in the development and ongoing analysis of CAF’s Pricing Schedule. This includes aligning the Pricing Schedule to award conditions and statutory obligations so that cleaning contracts include sufficient resourcing and funds to meet minimum regulatory requirements. Both CAF and David have taken a collaborative approach, involving extensive consultation with industry stakeholders. David’s work also involves examining how the Pricing Schedule operates within CAF Certification.

    CAF Members can access this event for FREE, please contact marketing@cleaningaccountability.org.au to find out more.


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