It’s no wonder they are looking proud as they hold aloft certificates for successfully completing their training.
These Palmerston North franchisees are among the latest newbies who have been equipped with the skills they need to provide a professional service to their customers.
The Certificate in Commercial Cleaning is awarded to trainees who have been successfully assessed as competent by Master Cleaners Training Institute-accredited assessors on completion of the training programme.
It’s a recognised qualification that is viewed in New Zealand as a licence to clean by the commercial cleaning industry.
Brad Farrier, CrestClean’s Palmerston North / Kapiti Coast Regional Manager, said he was delighted to share in the success of his new personnel.
“Training is the most important thing we can offer our franchisees and one of the main things that makes us stand out to our potential clients.
“The investment by CrestClean into the training is something we can all be proud of and we can see that it’s working.”
Brad said maintaining a high quality in the cleaning services provided was paramount.
“Our franchise owners are getting good feedback from the quality auditing that is happening at their customer sites.”
On a personal level, he says the rewards from seeing people excel in their work and achieving official recognition is pleasing.
“I love seeing how proud they are that they’ve achieved the certificate.
“It’s a cool feeling to know that these guys are being successful in their business and passing training is one major indication of this.
“For many of our franchisees it might be the first time that they’ve received any official recognition for their achievements in New Zealand.”
Brad said customers could rest assure the cleaning professionals at their premises were highly trained and had to skillset to do a fantastic job.
“Every time I see a new client I talk about our training as it is one of the main things that sets us apart from our competitors.
“A lot of people are very surprised to hear that CrestClean is the biggest trainer of cleaning personnel in the country.”