Cleaning Industry Skill Shortage

Government have recently decided to delay T-Level vocational courses until at least 2020 and a proposal for a Cleaning and Hygiene Operative NVQ Level 2 apprenticeship has also been rejected which means despite a huge challenge within the cleaning industry to close the skills gap, no training based route is available for young people within…

Cleaning Up Perceptions

Training and education within the cleaning sector is vital to the continued development of the industry and with the rise of tablets and smartphones, training staff has never been easier, yet according to a recent report from the British Cleaning Council, the UK cleaning sector still has a poor perception amongst the general public and…

Apprenticeships Within The Cleaning Sector

In April 2017, the government introduced the Apprenticeship levy meaning that many businesses within the cleaning industry who are required to pay the levy now have a dedicated budget for the training and development of their staff. The levy enables companies to invest in workforce development and allows for best practice of management techniques and…

Getting To Grips With Kitchen Grime

Summer is upon us, school holidays are about to start and hotels are preparing for their busiest time of the year which ultimate means more deep cleans either whilst the schools, colleges and universities are closed before the start of the new term or additional cleaning in the hotel kitchen’s to keep on top of FSA…