Training & Qualifications

  • Upskilling course taken in their stride

    Time for a well-earned break during one of the training sessions in New Plymouth. With Taranaki Regional Manager Prasun Acharya (far right) are Hilary DeGroot, Manakinui Komene, Rajveer Kaur, Sunil Asi and Richard DeGroot.

    When franchisees upskilling their cleaning skills took a well-earned break they found the perfect picturesque backdrop to charge up their caffeine levels. New Plymouth’s Kawero Park Tennis and Squash Club not only has an idyllic oceanside setting, its facilities also provide a realistic venue, said Master Cleaners Training Institute CEO Adam Hodge. Adam said those

  • Enthusiasm shines at upskilling course

    Bhartika Singh leads the way at the training session.

    There was no shortage of enthusiasm when Raj Anand asked for volunteers during the Module 1 training for CrestClean franchisees in South Auckland. Bhartika Singh was keen to put into practice the techniques she had picked up on the training session run by the Master Cleaners Training Institute, which provides specialised courses for CrestClean franchisees.

  • Intensive training day upskills franchisees

    Sanjeev Raj, Randeep Singh, Murray Kelly, Krishna Kumar and Kirti Patel are all ready to start training.

    When CrestClean franchisees invaded Bayleys real estate office in Ashburton they refused to be floored by the challenge that awaited them. They had signed up for Crest’s Hard Floor Training and the sales office presented plenty of real estate in terms of a large floor area to practice on and hone their new skills. It

  • Business is booming but still time for family

    Being a franchisee gives Dimple and Joe Singh plenty of time for their daughter Avleen.

    Joe Singh was on track for a successful career with Countdown. Now he’s counting his blessings that he took the plunge to purchase a CrestClean franchise – and life has never been better for Joe and his wife Dimple. The Rotorua couple are first-time parents and say having their own business gives them plenty of

  • Principal: I just love my cleaner

    Kumaran Nair has upskilled with the Master Cleaners Training Institute.

    The accolades have been flowing thick and fast for franchisee Kumaran Nair. Kumaran has been with Crest for just over a year and he’s quickly gained a reputation as an “awesome” worker, according to Kiri James, CrestClean’s Christchurch South Regional Manager. “He does a fantastic job at his sites,” added Kiri. “I went to a

  • Manager praises our acclaimed training institute

    National Training Manager Adam Hodge (centre) and MCTI assessor Julie Griffin with staff at A Supported Life.

    CrestClean’s acclaimed training division has won more praise after tailoring its training to meet the needs of an Auckland organisation that supports adolescents and adults with intellectual challenges. The training event was so successful that the Master Cleaners Training Institute has been asked to carry out further training days, says Master Cleaners CEO Adam Hodge.

  • Upskilling’s a key part of being a franchisee

    These Tauranga franchisees are all clued up on the latest in hard floor care after attending the upskilling course. With their machines are Neville Hall, Malcolm Brown, Rohit Chawla and Devidas Unni.

    Tauranga franchisees have been mastering new skills to make sure they’ve got the know-how to tackle every hard floor surface they may encounter. And like learning anything new, it was case of practice makes perfect as Master Cleaners Hard Floor Trainer Pinakin Patel guided the business owners through the process of achieving a satisfying shine

  • Skills Development proves popular

    CrestClean’s National Quality/Training Manager Chris Chapman has stressed the importance of keeping franchisees upskilled. Being tuned in to the changing the needs of our customers and working with new health and safety regulations were among key points driven home at a Skills Development Course held in Tauranga recently. “Once you put on your uniform you

  • Hard floor course a great opportunity to up-skill

    Up-skilling is an important part of CrestClean’s commitment to training franchisees. Wellington and Hutt Valley franchisees attended a one day Floor Care Introduction course that was held at the Wellington Cadet Centre. The course, which covered machine competence and use, gave franchisees the opportunity to understand how a buffing machine works. Franchisees will now complete

  • Customers always put first

    Rakesh and Reshma Shetty always go the extra mile for their customers. “We do monthly catch-ups with our customers so they know who we are and we always let them know if there are any changes. It’s important to make sure they are always happy,” she says. The Christchurch South franchisees have been with Crest

  • South Canterbury personnel upskill

    Timaru franchisees Jaydeep Patel, Kirti Patel, Pauline Lyons and Harsh Patel attended a three day Module 1 training course. The course covered Health and Safety, chemical preparation, safe use and safe storage of equipment. Practical task training included mopping, vacuuming, window and wall washing, damp wiping and polishing. Communications and security were also covered. The

  • Frankton School’s floors shine

    Crest personnel take pride in restoring the shine to hard floors. Hard floor care is one of the many services CrestClean offers and as part of Crest’s commitment to upskilling personnel; Hamilton franchisees recently completed a two-day Hard Floor Care Training course at Frankton School. The course is run by Master Cleaners Training Institute, which


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