Bespoke Bureau Housekeeper training
A housekeeper, sometimes known as a housekeeping manager, is responsible for organising the staff in a home or a hotel to make sure that all the rooms are kept clean, tidy and welcoming. They supervise staff in the department and encourage effective teamwork.
To become a good housekeeper, training to be a housekeeper is essential.
Our housekeeper training school will offer you all the right training for housekeepers, butlers and for house management staff.
A big part of the role is to draw up shift rotas and allocate daily cleaning duties for the room attendants. Housekeepers inspect the rooms and make sure that standards have been met. They record any faults or damages and make arrangements for repairs to be carried out. You need to train as a housekeeper in order to get these skills up to speed and the standard expected.
We run housekeeping training courses all year and the next available space is Norfolk in July (8th-21st July 2013) as well as in London the 31st Aug-1st Sep 2013
Recruiting and training staff would also be part of the job as a housekeeper so we will help you with that aspect also. A good housekeeper will demonstrate how to do a task to the set standard and expect new and existing employees to achieve the same level of competence.
The Housekeepers training also include how to prepare and manage budgets, buying in supplies economically and keeping records of expenditure.
Hours & Environment
Shift work is common for housekeepers so we discuss how to keep fit, active and healthy to be able to cope in the sometimes challenging housekeeper roles, including weekends and public holidays. Part-time work may be possible.
Housekeepers work in all kinds of hotels and residential establishments, from small hotels to holiday centres, luxury health spas and private clubs.
Skills & Interests
To be a housekeeper, you should:
have the ability to encourage and motivate staff have strong communications skills have good organisational skills pay attention to detail be able to cope with a crisis and make decisions have good numerical ability be physically fit
You do not always need to have academic qualifications to become a housekeeper but it certainly will boost your chances of getting a good job. It is usual to have a background in the hospitality industry or to get a relevant housekeeper qualification with us. It is possible to work your way up from room attendant, if you show the necessary skills in team work and communication.
Housekeeping qualifications are fairly easy to get with the Bespoke Bureau.
Book onto a course now by calling us on: 00442031670925 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The housekeeping course also include subjects like hospitality management, hotel and house management training so this fine housekeeper qualification will take you a long way. A qualification at this level may help you progress in your career to a senior house management or butler position.
Housekeepers tend to stay in their job for some time and so there are fewer vacancies than in other areas of the industry. There are more opportunities at a junior level but competition can be fierce.
There may be opportunities to move into a related job, such as front-of-house manager or training manager. There are also professional qualifications that can help with progression such as our housekeeping and maid training programmes.
Some housekeepers become self-employed and run their own small hotels for example
There are many opportunities available
To book your spot on the housekeeper course: pls email 00442031670925