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In-house training

The purpose of training is to make changes to human behaviour or thinking. In order for the training to meet your expectations, it is important to map out in advance which changes the training should contribute to. The implementation of changes cannot only hinge on training, constant monitoring, i.e. change management, is important. Making changes without training is however almost impossible – training is an important source of motivation for employees.

We conduct cleaning trainings on site at the company according to the customer’s wishes.

Aim:

  • Facilitating change;
  • Raising awareness of cleaning, thereby optimising the cleaning work.

Possible content:

  • According to the agreement, announced programme or based on the audit results.

Benefits from the process:

  • More knowledgeable cleaning allows to achieve the desired level of cleanliness with less resources.

Clients Trust Us

Different trainings taught by Puhastusekspert gave me the knowledge and guidance on which I have created my home cleaning business.

Jane ArumäeAlumna of Puhastusekspert trainings

Puhastusekspert always thoroughly investigates whether it is wise for their customer to use that product. Be it complex work, training or audit, SOL really likes the sensible attitude of the whole team and being really grounded in what they do.

Rinel PiusSOL Baltics

Now after having an in-house training and audit my eyes opened and we understood how wrong we have done so far and thanks to Puhastusekspert we can now understand how to make situation much better.

Mai-Liis KolkSC OPERATIONS SPECIALIST

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