Cleaning Hotel Bathrooms eLearning Course

Return to category list

Overview

How would you feel if you found hairs in the bath and they were not yours!! For the majority of people staying in a hotel this would be a sign of lack of cleanliness and attention to detail could will lead to a complaint. Regardless of the level of hotel the highest standard of cleanliness is always required and especially in bathrooms where bacteria thrive.

Audience

Operational housekeeping staff in hotels and guesthouses. Professional Housekeeping can be used for new staff to support internal on job training, to set a benchmark of Housekeeping standards for the whole team, to support the development of knowledge behind the practice, as part of your own training schemes or by people wishing to gain knowledge of the Housekeeping role in order to apply for a job.

Businesses may avoid training casual or agency staff as it is an additional cost and the turnover is high but using our inclusive programmes these staff can be planned into routine training at no extra cost. approach.

Objectives

  • Identify the equipment required to clean bathrooms
  • Describe the techniques to clean fixtures and fittings in a bathroom
  • Identify safety and hygiene standards
Language
UK
Date last updated
7/14/2021
Duration
60 Minutes
Suitable Devices
  • PC
  • Tablet
Audio is Required
  • Yes
Includes Video
  • Yes
Downloadable Resources
  • Factsheets
  • Linked within Course
  • Workbook
Pass Mark
  • 80% pass mark required
Course Technology
  • HTML5
  • SCORM 1.2
Languages
  • Available at an Additional Cost
Accreditation or Endorsements
  • The Institute of Hospitality
Customisation Available
  • No

This course has a minimum of 25 learner registrations for us to provide a quotation.

Request a quote

Cookies

We use cookies to help make our site easier and better for you. We'd appreciate a quick Accept please, to help us continue these efforts.

You can check out the full details in the Privacy Policy.

Saving, please wait...

Your preferences are being saved. This page will reload with your chosen preference.