“Bringing it all together into one atmosphere”
COVINGTON’S CONSULTING & SERVICES, LLC, is owned by Cherron Covington. She is an authorized OSHA trainer, a Hazwoper, and a Hazardous Material Technician. The business is certified as an MBE/WBE business with HUB, NCTRCA and it is also a Section 3 registered business with HUD. Cherron began in 2011 as CC’s Consulting & Training in Florida. Although we’ve been in business over 20 years, on paper in Texas as of February 15, 2017, we look like a start up business. Cherron trains and hires homeless veterans, ex-offenders, unemployed and underemployed individuals; providing transportation and a meal. We are a registered vendor with the City of Dallas, Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD), Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), City of Fort Worth, North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA), Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT), System for Award Management (S.A.M.) with the Federal Government.
No Ordinary Kleaning was started in 1994, in Georgia, providing commercial janitorial services and specializing in commercial construction final cleaning. The business moved to Jacksonville, Florida in 1998.
S.U.C.C.E.S.S Training Academy for Another Chance began in 2008, providing training in environmental services and has since added warehouse technician and highway road construction. The owner, Cherron Covington is an authorized OSHA trainer in OSHA 10 and 30 hour General Industry and Military Public Safety and Security (MPSS) OSHA courses.
Coaching and training small businesses since 2010 to help them take their business to another level. Cherron has created an 8 week business ownership program for anyone who has an idea for a business. There is also an 8 week program to create Section 3 Residents, living in HUD housing, business owners of their own cleaning companies.
At the ACT event, November 17, 2017 with Cedar Valley College, it was announced that COVINGTON’S CONSULTING & SERVICES, LLC is the OSHA Instructor for Cedar Valley College in a partnership with SKILLS Development Fund. These funds provide monies to small businesses to train their employees at no cost to them.
Thank you Ms. Raynor and Cedar Valley College.
Thanks goes out to Back on My Feet, for having us out to give some of their clients OSHA 10 hr General Industry, to help with employment.