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There are also a number of In-house Unaccredited courses including BELBClean Cleaning Supervisory Skills Course. Information is available on request from the BELBClean Office.

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Cleaning Professional Skills Suite - Mandatory Units

The British Institute of Cleaning Science

The Way Forward:

The Cleaning Professionals Skills Suite is intended to set an objective standard of proficient assessment for personnel within the cleaning profession. A candidate who has completed the Mandatory Units may be regarded as being trained and proficient with respect to the skills they have completed.

Mandatory Units:

  • Mandatory Unit 1 - Chemical Competence
  • Mandatory Unit 2 - Equipment Safe Use and Care
  • Mandatory Unit 3 - Storage of Equipment and Materials

Attainment of mandatory units will award PBICSc [1 year membership and registration]

Duration:

  • One Full Days Training, 6 hours 10am-4pm
  • Assessment

To qualify for the mandatory unit achievement card, candidates must successfully complete the assessments carried out by a BICsc approved assessor.


Cleaning Professional Skills Suite - Core Skills

The British Institute of Cleaning Science

The Way Forward:

The Cleaning Professionals Skills Suite is intended to set an objective standard of proficient assessment for personnel within the cleaning profession. A candidate who has completed the Mandatory Units may continue to progress to a full certificate of competence by completing a minimum of seven additional core skills.

Core Skills include:Dilution Chart

  • CS1 - Mop sweeping
  • CS2 - Single solution mopping
  • CS3 - Suction cleaning
  • CS4 - Sray cleaning/buffing
  • CS6 - Dust, damp wipe, wash, polish application
  • CS12 - Body spillages and sharps
  • CS13 - Washrooms and toilets

Duration:

  • Two Full Days Training, 12 hours 10am-4pm
  • Assessment

To qualify for the full CPSS certificate of achievement, candidates must successfully complete the assessments carried out by a BICSc approved assessor.

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Cleaning Supervisor's Skills Certificate Stage [1] - For Professional Cleaning Supervisors

The British Institute of Cleaning Science

Introduction:

This programme is intended as a route to the development, assessment and assurance of competence in those supervisors new to or currently supervising cleaning staff.

Duration:

8 x 3 hour Underpinning Knowledge Sessions [including 7 Cleaning Professional Skills Suite core Tasks].

Stage 1 covers the essential skills required and consists of 13 assessments as follows:

  • AP No - Assessment Point Title - Stage 1 [Essential]
  • SSE1 - Understanding what the company does
  • SSE2 - Understanding what the client does
  • SSE3 - Payroll input
  • SSE4 - Stock management and budget responsibilities
  • SSE5 - Equipment management
  • SSE6 - Sit induction
  • SSE7 - Health and Safety
  • SSE8 - Different forms of communications
  • SSE9 - Telephone
  • SSE10 - Assertiveness
  • SSE11 - Management of hours
  • SSE12 - Work - Study Methods
  • SSE13 - Motivate and leading and effective team

Candidates will have access to the course tutor who will support them throughout the course. Minimum class size is four with a maximum class size of eight. The course can be delivered on site if accommodation is suitable or at the BELBclean training centre.

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BELBclean Safe Manual Handling

Participants:

For all industry cleaning and cleaning supervisory staff.

Objective:

Reduce the risks of injury from poor manual handling.

Content:

  • Relevant Health and Safety regulations
  • What is manual handling
  • Causes and prevention of back pain
  • Demonstrating safer lifting practices
  • Performing safer lifts
  • Team handling
  • Skills test
  • Evaluation

Tutor: BELBclean qualified manual handling trainer

Duration: 2 hours

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Induction Programme [Health & Safety ]

Participants:

All new cleaning staff or refresher training for experienced staff.

Indication marks the beginning of the relationship between the employee and the organisation and is of fundamental importance in setting standards and patterns of behaviour for the future.

Objectives:

To ensure all cleaning staff receive statutory information in relation to health & safety issues.

Content:

  • The Law [COSHH]
  • Skin care advice
  • Chemical competence
  • Safe use of industrial cleaning machines
  • R.I.D.D.O.R (Reporting of injuries, diseases and dangerous occurences regulation 1995)

Tutor: BELBclean Area Cleaning Officer

Duration: 2-3 hours

Class Size: Minimum class size 6 candidates per course

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Training for the Trainers Course

Participants:

For staff who have completed as a minimum the mandatory units of the BICSc Cleaning Professionals Skills Suite and wish to be involved in the training of cleaning staff.Staff from the Royal Victoria Hospital Receiving their C.O.P.C Certificates

Objective:

To enable candidates to train cleaning staff on health and safety matters or to help prepare candidates for assessment on elements of the CPSS Mandatory Units.

Content:

  • Preparation
  • Preparation of the main content of training
  • Task demonstration
  • Supervision of practical training
  • Trainer competence

Duration: 8 hours, presentation, assessment of training competence

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