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TOMORROW’S CLEANING FEBRUARY 10
Healthy, safe and trained
In the recent article “Funded Training still
available, despite the downturn” it was
identified that funding can still be accessed
for certain staff development and training
opportunities. These can allow organisations
of varying sizes to demonstrate their
commitment to both their staff and the clients
they are delivering services to. It could also
ensure that staff are trained in the key area of
when other budgets are being stretched to their requirements both locally and nationally.
health and safety.
breaking point. However, funding can be
A visit to your company and the preliminary
Within all NVQ programmes there is a focus on
troublesome to access or perhaps more
conversations are all part of the service
Health and Safety. This ensures that
importantly, it can be hard to get the delivery
Learning at Work provides to ensure your end
employees are aware of their responsibilities service that truly reflects the unique needs of
goal is both achievable and realistic. The
and duties in this area. Many employers have those working within the Cleaning Sector,
process is discussed and agreed at all stages
seen the benefit of allowing their team to go so using people who can support you helps
and whilst robust, due to the expectations
onto these recognised programmes as they
to ease the burden.
placed on those using Government funding,
can demonstrate that their staff are trained to
In fact, making the first step towards securing it will result in the implementation of a
meet the “exacting standards” of the sector.
funded places could not be simpler. Through development process that is truly designed to
It certainly appears to be a way to gain
Learning at Work, employers large and small help you demonstrate your ability to deliver the
competitive advantage and the fact that this
can meet and discuss their organisations service and performance standards your clients
process could be funded is surely an
specific needs and explore ways to access expect. It will also cover key health and safety
opportunity not to be missed, particularly funding and delivery solutions that truly reflect points during the delivery of the programme.
If you are interested in accessing funded
training in the Cleaning Sector or would like to
discuss accessing funded training that could
meet your needs, Learning at Work would be
happy to visit your organisation and discuss
the options.
For more information, please contact
info@learning-work.co.uk
www.learning-work.co.uk
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