Laundry Care Training
Say good-bye to damaged and badly pressed clothing!
This Laundry Training is a once off class of five hours.
We come to your house and assess the current skills of your Domestic Worker and we note the needs of your wardrobe. We then settle in to teach the needed skills, covering everything from sorting Laundry, Iron care, Product usage, right through to correct hanging of items and correct cupboard packing.
The class is structured for practical hands on training. The Trainer demonstrates, and the student replicates. Any student errors are addressed and further demonstration is given if needed. The trainer will not leave until they are 100% confident that the student is competent.
Whatever your concerns, we will ace it!
Our training is available in English, Zulu and Tswana
Laundry training outline:
- Interpreting clothing labels
- Using the correct washing cycle
- Washing powder and softener usage
- Correct iron care and ironing techniques
- Hand washing and special garment care
- Sorting, hanging and folding of laundry
- Clothing cupboard organization
- Linen organisation and care
- How to keep whites white (without bleach)
Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 (corna-virus), we would demonstrate and emphasise the importance of good personal hygiene, regular hand washing and the use of hand sanitiser to help keep this virus under control.
We provide a handy manual for your Domestic, covering everything taught during the laundry training. Notes and further explanations are written into the manual during the training session, so no information is lost.
After the training session, the Trainer will leave you behind a ticked of checklist of everything covered in the class, which will state if you need to purchase any new items, such as ironing board covers, more pegs or hangers etc.
The cost per five-hour lesson is:
Johannesburg: R 1,890.00
Pretoria / Krugersdorp: R 1,990.00
– Extra Students charged at R 650.00 per class
Out of Town Rates by request (CPT, Muldersdrift, Hartbeespoort, DBN, PE, CPT etc.)
Load-shedding –If load-shedding is experienced during training, the Trainer will do all the training that does not require power, such as folding and packing cupboards. She will then wait at the house until the power returns, and then complete the training that requires power, such as ironing.
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