Computer cleaning training is teaching courses or on the job the internship to develop skills and knowledge that relate to specific computer equipment cleaning competencies. Cleaning training & certification has specific goals of improving one’s capability, capacity, productivity and performance.
At Computer Cleaning, we provide appropriate cleaning training to all our technicians. Cleaners are provided with an appropriate level of training, tested, and awarded with a certificate before they are allowed to perform their duties at the customer site. The training courses are usually meant to prepare cleaning technicians directly for working as computer cleaning technicians, all of the skills they acquire in these courses are directly applicable to their duties at the customer site.
The essential training curriculum covers topics, directly and indirectly, related to the technician’s jobs. Our computer cleaning training curriculum is a total package of learning activities designed to achieve. the objectives of the training program. In a competency-based system, the. objective, or desired end, is that trainees will acquire the specific knowledge. and skills (competencies) they need to do their jobs.
Instructor-Led Training (ILT)
Instructor-led or classroom training (the more traditional approach) is still effective for many needs. A lecture and physical demonstration that provides information on the basics of computers and computer hardware. Cleaning technicians learn about the computer parts (PC, Keyboard, Monitor Screens, Mouse, and peripherals. Students are physically shown how computers devices are connected together. This helps them to avoid mistakes while carrying our the cleaning procedures.
Training Course Content
- Hygiene at the Workplace
- Health and Safety
- Cleaning products and their uses
- Cleaning equipment and their uses
- Basic project management and customer service
Cleaning Responsibilities and Schedules: definitions, why cleaning is important, legal responsibilities, types of cleaning and cleaning schedules.
Health and Safety Hazards: Food safety hazards, physical, chemical, microbial and allergenic hazards, health and safety, COSHH and recording and reporting accidents and illnesses.
Preparing for Clean: Personal hygiene, hand washing, protective clothing, protecting food from chemical contamination, chemical storage, preparing premises for cleaning, ventilation, cleaning products, cleaning equipment and safety signs.
Cleaning Methods: Preventing contamination, clean as you go, methods for cleaning floors, walls, fixtures and fittings, dishes and utensils.
Pests, Waste Disposal and Cleaning Standards: Pests, waste disposal, environmental impact, maintenance of cleaning equipment and monitoring cleaning standards.
Exams and Certifications
Our certification test is a credentialing test used to determine whether an individual is knowledgeable enough to perform computer cleaning tasks on a professional level and is he or she is skilled enough to be labelled as “professional computer cleaning technician”. Upon the successful completion of the cleaning training, candidates are tested before awarding them a pass certificate.
Computer & Keyboard Cleaning Best Practices
Keyboard: Clean the keys with a cleaning wipe or a cloth sprayed with an all-purpose cleaner. Make this the first thing you do every morning before you turn on the computer. To remove the dirt, dust and other debris that gets caught between the keys, turn it upside down and shake gently to dislodge the particles. An air duster is also a great aid in removing all these bits and pieces that get lodged inside the keyboard.
Mouse: It’s also a good idea to clean the mouse before the start of the workday. Use a cleaning wipe or a cloth sprayed with an all-purpose cleaner.
Monitor: Use a microfiber cloth, either dry or dampened with clean water, or a product specially formulated for computer screens. If you use anything else, you run the risk of damaging the screen. Clean the monitor several times a week, as a dirty monitor can cause eyestrain.
Surrounding surfaces (including computer housings and desktops): Since there are probably coffee and food stains lurking amidst the dust use an all-purpose cleaner with a disinfectant.
Printer: Consider how often you push the button on the printer and how seldom you think about cleaning it!
Telephone: Even if you’re the only one using it, it’s still transmission central to germs and bacteria that cause ear, nose and eye infections. Clean it daily using a hard-surface disinfectant cleaner or a wipe.