Certificate III in Cleaning Operations

Start date: Enrol now
Location: Fitzroy

Eager to build on your cleaning skills and work within a growing industry?

The cleaning industry is very competitive with high standards but provides an exciting opportunity. It can be physically demanding but is very rewarding for people with a good attitude and an attention to detail.

Whether you want to run your own cleaning business or take on a job within the industry, you will get all the training you need to ensure you are fully compliant and skilled to meet the requirements of the cleaning and asset maintenance industry.

Upon completion of your training in Cleaning Operations you will be able to:

  • safely handle chemicals
  • understand the relevant Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations
  • adjust and regulate heavy workloads
  • clean wet areas
  • polish floors.

Who is eligible

Applicants need a basic level of literacy and numeracy knowledge to complete written assessments and maintain workplace records.

Course details: CPP30316 Certificate III in Cleaning Operations

Start date: Enrol Please call 9288 9932 to organise a pre-training review and assessment.
Length: One day per fortnight for forty-two weeks
Dates and times: Every second Thursday from 20th April 2017, 9:30am to 3:30pm
 Centre for Work and Learning 95, Brunswick St, Fitzroy.
Study mode: workplace-based setting and practical placement or traineeships
Fees: please refer to the latest fees and charges document (PDF, 268 KB)

Expression of Interest

Would you like to know more about our courses or book your place?

Our friendly team are happy to answer your questions. Phone: (03) 9288 9932 

If you would like to ask us a question or book your place, please send us an email and we'll endeavour to reply within 48 hours. Email: training(at)bsl.org.au

Complete our online form to find out more.

All visitors are welcome to find out more about our Training Services. Our office is located at 95 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, Victoria 3065

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