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It takes 2 years of professional experience to become a cleaner. That is the time it takes to learn specific cleaner skills, but does not account for time spent in formal education.
There are certain skills that you need to obtain in order to become a successful cleaner. Some of the most common skills are listed below. Along with each skill, we provide an actual example of how someone included the skill on their resume:
Building Floors -- Gather and empty trash and bins, clean cafeterias, clean building floors by sweeping, mopping, or vacuuming them.
Common Areas -- Worked independently maintaining upkeep of public elementary school including sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, extracting, disinfecting common areas.
Customer Service -- Cleaned assigned facilities, maintained assigned grounds areas and provided customer service to building occupants.
Window Sills -- Dust blinds and window sills, Clean bathrooms and bedrooms, Organize and go through storage items, Pick up mail
Safety Procedures -- Assisted in mail room, operated manufactures equipment understood and followed safety procedures as provided by the supervisor.
The EPA Amusement Operators Safety Certification (EPA) certification is most common among Cleaners. This certification is awarded by the Event Planners Association. This certification is great to have as it shows an improvement in your competency to perform your role. You can earn this certification at the beginning of your career, as it often doesn't require a minimum education level and work experience. To become a certified Cleaner with EPA Amusement Operators Safety Certification (EPA), You need to pass the exam. Lucky you - certification doesn't require more than two years of work experience. Renew certification every year.