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New module in Cleaning Masterclass series launched

* training-course.jpgA brand new, unique, online course in domestic and residential cleaning is now available. This course is also perfect for guesthouses, bed and breakfasts, small hotels and holiday homes, where a high standard of cleaning and appearance is expected without question and the lack of good cleaning can ruin the reputation and break the business.

The course is certified and accredited to The Cleaning Masterclass, where all the tutors and course developers are professional cleaners and cleaning consultants with many years (20+) of practical and professional cleaning experience in a very wide range of industries.

Like all the Cleaning Masterclass courses, the participant always studies online using an open source platform which the course writers have configured for just this purpose, so there is no requirement for any classroom work. The course has been designed so that the participant works at their own leisure and can use the information immediately as they can work while they study. In addition there is plenty of free help and advice from the administrators while the participant is signed up for the course. At the end of the course the participant receives a nice certificate which is unique to them.

So what’s in the course?

Here for the first time is a unique, complete course, in how to clean houses and residential properties to fully professional standards easily, quickly, and simply, as you learn to clean to a simple system which you build yourself.

What can go wrong and how you put it right is also featured, making this course full of information you may not be able find anywhere else.

“Usually people starting their own cleaning businesses or starting work as a cleaner are blissfully unaware of the realities of cleaning for someone else,” warns the company’s Mary de Cobos. “House cleaning can be difficult, and they very soon find out that it is definitely not the same as cleaning their own house. However, if they learn to take a logical systematic approach to the work then it becomes very easy and practicable.”

As much as possible the course features step-by-step graphic instructions with full explanations as to why the cleaner has to take the steps they do, to make understanding that much easier, so the course is half graphics- and half text–based, working around building a simple professional cleaning system just for house and residential cleaning.

Many people work as a house or residential cleaner for a few hours a week, or want to start their own domestic cleaning business or may even have a successful cleaning business but need a standard method of working to make sure that all their customers are happy with what they are doing.

“Cleaning for sick people in their own home and even cleaning after tenants and students requires certain methodology and these jobs might involve regular cleaning and/or deep cleaning,” continues Mary.

“We have included a large section on infection control cleaning in a domestic situation, showing how to properly clean and sanitise for, and around, a sick or invalid person,” continues Mary. “Some extra measures need to be taken to keep the cleaning at as high a standard as possible. We show how to clean to high standards of cleanliness and clean very effectively in these situations.

“In other situations house cleaners have to deal with some other really horrible problems - for example in residential voids after tenants, or after the departure of people totally incapable of keeping their house clean.

“Few people appreciate just how domestic cleaning can be quite difficult at times. All the information a house and residential cleaner needs is in this course, designed specially to show the cleaners how to handle these and all other likely situations safely and reliably. All relevant safety procedures are included too.

“So as you can see we have all bases covered and you will be surprised at how much information is presented here, as we show you how to build the work into a simple but reliable system which will work for you! The course is not based on theory but on our long experience - and what works for us, will definitely work for you! Why not sign up to the course today?

For pricing levels dependent on the number of participants:

T: +44 (0)330 2232 780

E: rafcobos@futurecleansystems.com

W: www.futurecleansystems.com / www.cleaningmasterclass.com

30th April 2015




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