Trends and Innovations in Housekeeping
Traditionally, the Housekeeping Department is one of the largest in a Hotel operation. It is essential for all Housekeeping Managers to keep up to date on all the latest global trends and innovations in housekeeping so they can continually strive to control costs and improve on quality.
How does it work?
This 1 hour presentation will give you an overview of the importance of new innovations and trends in International Housekeeping. We examine the issues that affect Housekeeping and how can we fix these and improve. Understand the issues, measure and drive goals to improve it!
Who is it for?
All Housekeeping Managers, Executive Housekeepers, Assistants, Rooms Division Professional and indeed any other interested parties are welcome to attend. This event is free of charge
What will you learn?
We touch on new technology and innovation in materials that have emerged to significantly increase housekeeping efficiency and effectiveness with proven bottom line results. This also includes new developments in cleaning techniques, tools and equipment and software
How long is it?This is a 1-1/2 hour presentation. The presentation starts at: 4.00 pm and will end at 5.30 pm.
Enquire about datesThere are currently no dates or venues scheduled for this course. If you are interested in seeing this course held in your location please complete the enquiry form and we will get back to you shortly.
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