Laundry & Linen College

The Laundry & Linen College is the premier resource for laundry training and education. For over 30 years, the college has provided training in laundry processing and linen management for individuals in the U.S. and abroad. This program is recognized nationally for developing skilled, informed, and accomplished laundry professionals.

COVID-19 has affected every part of our lives, but it shouldn't get in the way of you being the best textile care services professional you can be! We at ALM didn't want to disappoint those who already registered for a session, so we've made both sessions blended learning opportunities. That means you may attend sessions virtually from your home or workplace, as well as complete a hands-on class project with your small workgroup online.

To enable attendees to learn all the Laundry & Linen College has to offer, we are spreading both sessions over two weeks each, with live presentations of the material from 10 a.m.-noon, and 1-3 p.m. every day. Workgroups will collaborate later in the day at times that best work for group members.

For full details about both sessions, please visit ALM's Laundry & Linen College page. To register for the session you want, please click the appropriate button below. 

Textile Care Services will be Monday, September 14 through Friday, September 18, and Monday, September 21 through Thursday, September 24. In the session, participants will learn about textile selection, linen management, pack room management, and textile budgeting.

Laundry Processing and Operations will be Monday, September 21 through Friday, September 25, and Monday, September 28 through Friday, October 2. During the session, participants will learn about equipment selection, preventative maintenance, key performance indicators in production and plant operations, and safety.


Why Should I Attend?

  • The Laundry & Linen College uses interactive, hands-on, class projects in small groups.
  • Students are able to take immediate action in their facilities after the college. Even experienced laundry personnel learn new approaches!
  • Gain lifetime connections with fellow attendees/students.
  • Each class is aided by a course facilitator who has been through the program and is currently working in the field – practical everyday experience meets classroom instructors for the benefit of those attending.

Who Attends the College?

Individuals who:

  • Desire to perform at higher level
  • Seek advancement opportunities
  • Are candidates for the RLLD certification.
  • Are new to laundry processing or linen distribution
  • Are new textile care services sales personnel
  • Are environmental services personnel with laundry oversight responsibilities
  • Are materials management personnel with linen management responsibilities

Tuition

  • Members:  $975
  • Non-members:  $1,175

Tuition includes all instruction and classroom materials for one session (Textile Care Services or Laundry Processing and Operations).


ALM Scholarship Program

Through the generosity of ALM's Allied Trade Members and Chapters, laundry and linen professionals are eligible to apply for a scholarship to cover tuition to the Laundry & Linen College. The scholarships cover one term (spring or fall) of the school in full. The scholarship does not cover transportation, meals, or lodging.

ALM would like to thank our generous scholarship sponsors:

  • The Hanson/Ayala Memorial Scholarship, from Encompass Group.
  • The Tom Frame Laundry Manager of Tomorrow Scholarship, from MIP, Inc.
  • The Gary Wright Scholarship, from Standard Textile.
  • Thank you also to Pellerin Milnor and TQI for their contributions to the general scholarship fund.