People with learning disabilities are often stigmatised, labelled as “slow” or “lazy”, or just simply forgotten and ignored in the workplace. Many adults with learning disabilities were never diagnosed and would often struggle with “traditional” classroom-based workplace training, that is simply not appropriate for them....

From a homeowner to hotel housekeeper, reputation and image is everything. The image that the customer ‘sees’ does not start the moment they step into the establishment – that first impression - customers have already developed a perception and expectation of quality and standards before...

Workplace capability assessments – assessing physical capability following illness or injury as part of a return to work process Skills assessment – assessing both physical cleaning skills and techniques and knowledge in cleaning and hygiene practices. Pre training assessments – conducting a training needs analysis to identify...

At the end of December 2019 several cases of acute respiratory syndrome were reported in Wuhan City, China. It was very quickly identified as a new coronavirus, or severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). SARS-CoV-2 is a new strain of coronavirus that has not...

In these unprecedented times of lockdown by virtue of an infectious agent, cleaning has seemingly taken a step to the side, although that is to be expected as organisations have effectively shut their doors to customers. However, as the restrictions start to ease around the...

Brand new for 2020 is a dedicated course for cleaning and infection control in the hospitality industry. This course is ideal for cleaners who work ‘front of house’ or ‘back of house’ in hotels, restaurants, bars, holiday homes or any tourist hot spot. ...

Our comprehensive cleaning and infection control course is intended for routine and deep cleaning in hospitals and other medical centres, and is based on international guidance from the ‘Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’ (CDC) in the US, the ‘World Health Organisation’ (WHO) and the...

People with learning disabilities often face barriers as they try to enter the workplace, employers are by in large sympathetic, but often a little apprehensive about what to ‘expect’, or how they should ‘handle’ these people. This apprehension is two-pronged: employers are worried that people...

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