Advancing the Skills of the Cleaning Workforce
There are around 40,000 people currently employed in the cleaning sector with growth expected in the coming years.
Cleaners work in commercial and domestic settings. They play a key role in improving community health and hygiene and are at the forefront in preventing and controlling the spread of infection.
Having trained cleaners provides confidence to employers of their quality of service. Experienced cleaners may progress to become team leaders, supervisors or start their own cleaning business.
We offer qualifications to advance the skills of the cleaning workforce from entry level to providing specialist skills in areas such as: healthcare facilities cleaning, carpet and textiles, contagion and specialised infection control, hard floor surfaces, food production and high risk environments.