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How to clean and sanitise after covid for Hospitality and Leisure

Learn how to clean and sanitise hotels, cottages, restaurants etc after Covid

Ultima Cleaning Ltd


£54 inc VAT
Or £18.00/mo. for 3 months...
Study method
Online, self-paced
1 hour
Access to content
1 year
No formal qualification

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Are you a cleaner returning to work in the hospitality and leisure industry be that a hotel, B+B, cottage, restaurant, spa etc.. after Covid 19, do you want to know what the dangers are? what changes you need to make in methods? what to wear to keep safe? what to do with waste in the building? are you looking for help to make you confident in going back to work... then this course is for you

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Designed by cleaners for cleaners. We built this course to help you feel confident going back to work... we realise how daunting it can be to clean & sanitise without information on what to do and why to do it. we also know there are loads of products available .. but what works best and why? you will love the clear video demonstrations, the interactive learning areas and the simple advice on what to do , why to do it and how you can protect yourself and the areas you work in and not only leave it clean... but safe for others also

should you wish to purchase multiple licences for more than one user please contact us first

Who is this course for?

Cleaning Staff in the Hospitality and Leisure industry


Good grasp of the English Language

Career path

improve your skills as a cleaner

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Is there a certificate included in the price of this course?


Yes a certificate is available to print off after the course - and badges time attach to you social media platforms also

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