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A Historic Wellcome For Principle Cleaning


Principle Cleaning Services Ltd is pleased to have won a cleaning contract with global charitable foundation, the Wellcome Trust.


Sir Henry Wellcome (1853-1936), the founder of the Wellcome Trust, was one of the most fascinating men of his time; a businessman, collector and philanthropist, he was born in the American Wild West, but ended his days as a knight of the British Realm. The foundation is dedicated to achieving extraordinary improvements in human and animal health.


Principle Cleaning Services Ltd is marking twenty-five years of industry leadership in 2014, and the sustainable and award- winning contract cleaner has an


impressive portfolio of prestigious customers across London, including a number of iconic buildings such as The Gherkin, Lloyd’s of London, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, Broadgate Estates and Cancer Research UK.


The Wellcome Trust building is based in Euston Road, London. As part of the contract, which also includes Principle Window Cleaning, over 26 experienced staff will be responsible for cleaning and washrooms. Two porters will also be responsible for events set up and a dedicated internal window cleaner will clean all internal glass and partitions.


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WAMITAB Launches ‘Validate’


Validate is a brand new service from WAMITAB, specifically designed to assess employees who have developed sufficient knowledge and skills to perform their job to the correct standard.


Validate is a modular programme that assesses the competence of operatives in the workplace. With a strong focus on health and safety compliance, this on-the- job assessment complements and supports in-house training and relevant work experience. It can be delivered by WAMITAB- approved centres, or employers themselves. With over 25 activities for assessment in the programme, module categories cover:


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• Waste and recycling collection • Street cleansing • Vehicles/machinery • General


This flexible programme allows learners and their employers to select modules that are most relevant to their job role. Up to five modules can be listed on each Validate certificate.


Chris James, CEO of WAMITAB, said: “This adaptable and innovative new programme gives employers more control over the timing and choice of competencies for assessment, making it an attractive proposition that delivers the flexibility and cost-effectiveness which 21st century businesses need. By


incorporating Validate into in-house development programmes, the recognition and reward element can also help with the recruitment and retention of high-quality employees.


“The ethos behind Validate is to deliver an employer-responsive programme that not only assesses competency and compliance, but also does it in a way that fits in with the lifestyle of the employee, and the work schedules of the organisation itself. The activities that can be assessed cover an extensive range of tasks, and WAMITAB plans to add even more as the programme progresses.”


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