Whether you are a dedicated carer, a loved one, a family member or just a friend, the help you can give to someone in need helps removes a substantial burden of the day-to-day necessities of maintaining a home.
Their needs could be minor or rather more complex, they could be recovering from an operation (post-operative) which limits their mobility, or because of age they are finding the day-to-day activities increasingly more arduous. But because of a range of factors, both physical and medical, their capacity to fight infections has diminished, so domestic cleaning must be two-fold: the highest cleaning standard and infection control minded.
The cleaning and infection control steps taken in the home to protect vulnerable people from infections are a major part in the quality of care provided. Infections acquired can have serious, and in some case, life-threatening, implications to both the patient and to the carer.
Here is a unique course that combines the highest quality training in domestic cleaning with the critical knowledge of infection control and prevention. These two areas of study together will enable someone to clean a home or residence to the highest standard and reduce the likelihood transmitting an infection to a vulnerable person.
Individuals coming into the cleaning industry without any prior knowledge of cleaning
Individuals already in the domestic and carers industry wanting to retrain or expand on their training
Community care workers
Carers for people of all ages and needs
In-house housekeeping teams within the NHS, local authority and private healthcare services
Charities and Social Enterprise companies looking after people of all ages with complex care needs
Domestic services for patients at home and home nursing
In this section we will show you what to look for, how to ready yourself and what cleaning techniques you will need – all before starting to clean.
Cleaning Information covered:
The previous section taught how to wet clean, how to clean TV’s and computers, how to disinfect a surface, how to use acid to get rid of scale around taps, and in toilets and showers. These are all crucial techniques to learn. Now you need to know all about doing the clean and that starts with planning – always plan a clean before you start it.
This section starts with how to plan a clean and how divide an area based on the level of work. Then each of the following areas are discussed in detail:
This section covers one of the most important aspects of cleaning in homes with vulnerable people. If someone has been discharged from hospital and is recovering from an operation or has a chronic condition that limits their natural defences against infection, cleaning for infection control is vital to reduce the risk of passing on an infection.
This section starts with the important principles of infection control and how an infection spreads, then each of the following areas are discussed in detail:
This section looks at basic health and safety, then discusses each of the following areas in detail:
Fully printable A4 workbook to accompany the online material
Expert help is on-hand to answer any question you have
Full 6 months access to the course materials even after you have finished
Receive a certificate upon successful completion of the course
Discounts apply to group purchases, simply enter the number of trainees in the quantity box
With 5 or more trainees from one organisation, a free extra account for a supervisor who can oversee the progress of their staff
You will receive a personalised certificate (1 per user), each with a unique certification number. The certificate can be validated by simply contacting us.
You will be entitled to use the title of certified Cleaning Masterclass cleaner.
The course is delivered through our own custom-built online training centre. Online learning is flexible, convenient and cost effective for the trainee and for companies seeking to train a number of staff members.