The difference between a Housekeeper and a Cleaner is significant. To understand the difference, a trainee-housekeeper will undergo either years of on the job training, or look to continue their education by enrolling on skills specific courses. The skills taught to a Housekeeper will include a huge array of detail, from the technical understanding of the tools, products and equipment they use through to etiquette and advanced knowledge of garment care.
In our intensive Housekeeping training course, we take each course participant through a range of detailed modules. Here we give you complete access to Module 1 & 2 of the Housekeeping training.
When working in a high end or boutique hotel, the skills and quality of your housekeeping staff can make or break the experience for your guests.
Having a solid team that works seamlessly together, with the highest quality of housekeeping skills training and the best eye for detail, is vital for the running of the hotel and maintaining the highest standards possible. Providing regular, specific housekeeping training for hotel staff, will catch problems early, keep teamwork strong and stay on top of developments in the industry.
Working as a housekeeper in the high end domestic service industry is an exciting place to be. You can consider working for people’s private houses and estates, high end and boutique hotels, chalets and yachts. It’s a great industry where no day is the same, and it’s one where if you work hard and keep bettering yourself, great career progressions are possible. But what options for career progression for housekeepers are out there? Polo & Tweed have the answers.