Otago Daily Times Reports on CrestClean’s Training Validation
CrestClean’s training programme featured in an Otago Daily Times article published on 23 October.
The Otago Daily Times news item reported that Careerforce, an NZQA-accredited Industry Training Organisation, has validated training courses provided by Master Cleaners Training Institute. CrestClean franchisees who attend these courses will now receive up to 36 credits toward the NZQA National Certificate in Cleaning and Caretaking.
Master Cleaners Training Institute is also accredited by the British Institute of Cleaning Sciences, which audits the course content annually. Adam Hodge, CEO of Master Cleaners Training Institute, will continue working with Careerforce to develop the curriculum to meet the full 45 credits required for the NZQA certificate.
“The Careerforce validation gives Master Cleaners Training Institute even more merit in the industry and means that businesses can have even greater confidence that the personnel working in their buildings and offices have been fully trained and are providing quality cleaning services that meet the approved standards,” CrestClean’s Managing Director Grant McLauchlan was quoted in the news article.
The Otago Daily Times is the paper of record for Dunedin, where CrestClean’s Admin Services office is based. Grant says it’s great to see media coverage of the importance of training in the commercial cleaning industry.