Certificate III in Dry Cleaning Operations

Jobs and Skills WA: Dry cleaning courses
Get a clean start on a new career!

Learn the tricks of the trade as a skilled cleaner with a nationally accredited Certificate III in Cleaning Operations. This qualification will ensure you have the skills to operate efficiently, show leadership, report incidents and prioritise safety in a range of workplaces including hotels as well as specialist cleaning environments such as hospitals.

You'll learn core skills including how to maintain cleaning storage areas; remove waste and recyclable materials; clean using safe work practices; provide great customer service; and apply privacy and security requirements for cleaning work. You'll also learn the essential aspects of dry cleaning operations including pressing whole garments; operating dry cleaning machines; handling cleaning chemicals and solvents; and carrying out special treatments and spotting. The course also includes workplace safety, communication and supervisory skills. 

Apprenticeship or Traineeship
Industry: Hospitality, Retail, Tourism and Events
National course code: MST30919 | WA State ID: BFA2

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This course is also available from registered training organisations (accredited private training providers) that are funded through Jobs and Skills WA. Select from the list below, and follow the link to the provider’s website for further information.

24 Month Traineeship specifically designed for those new or currently working in the dry cleaning industry to provide the underpinning knowledge and recognition of skills for the dry cleaning industry.  This program also includes the UOC Safe handling of solvents and spotting chemicals to provide compliance with the DIA Code of Practice for the safe handling of solvent.

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