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Impact's Wendy Carter is running a new two-day cleaning course to help prepare people for a growth job market

Impact Community Services has launched a new two-day cleaning course to help prepare people for an area where there’s expected to be an increase in job vacancies.

The series of two-day courses start Wednesday, 13 May.

Impact analyses the predicted trends for Bundaberg’s labour market and tailors courses accordingly to help arm students with relevant skills to secure a brighter future.

The onset of COVID-19 is expected to generate more cleaning positions with a greater focus on sanitisation and hygiene, particularly in workplaces.

This new offering will reach into every corner of the cleaning profession, including cleaning to maintain food hygiene and a healthy environment, to control pests and for overall general presentation.

It will cover the necessary tools, including the correct use of cleaning chemicals and their safe operation, cleaning equipment use and care, and the most efficient use of those chemicals and equipment.

The course will also teach about efficient cleaning routines – the logical sequencing and scheduling of tasks to ensure nothing is missed and cleaning is done in an efficient and timely manner.

And, vitally, it will teach about safety in the workplace.

The course will be run by Impact’s Wendy Carter, who has extensive experience working in the cleaning industry.

Wendy has had formal training at TAFE including an Associate Diploma in Hospitality and Food Safety Supervisor accreditation.

She has also had extensive experience as a trainer for several community-based organisations and TAFE, teaching Hospitality Housekeeping, Food Hygiene units, Clean Kitchen Premises and Equipment.

Recently under Wendy's direction, Impact's kitchen was awarded a 5 star rating with Bundaberg Regional Council.

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IMPACT'S new two day cleaning course is taking enrolments now

The course will be delivered on the following dates:

•             Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 May

•             Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 May

•             Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 May

•             Wednesday 3 and Thursday 4 June

The training will be delivered as online classroom training through Microsoft Teams.

For more information call 4153 4233 or email [email protected].

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