The purpose of the Janitorial Skill Training program is to provide participants with an opportunity to learn a broad range of janitorial tasks that will lead to successful employment in the Janitorial Services Industry.
Janitorial skills are taught in sequential learning from the easiest to more difficult tasks. The methods used in training include classroom demonstrations followed by group and individual instruction. Real work experiences involve practicing the performance of specific janitorial tasks within the agency.
Training begins with instruction in dust-mopping, mopping, garbage disposal, exterior clean up, vacuuming, high dusting, washroom sanitation, and window washing. Advanced training includes buffing, stripping, waxing, and carpet shampooing. Development of safe work habits in the use of janitorial chemicals and cleaning equipment is stressed throughout this program.
1. Demonstrated aptitude and interest in areas. (Evaluation reports)
2. Performance on assessments should exceed 65% of norm.
3. Successful performance in other Sertoma programs or other supportive information suggesting potential.
4. Funding availability.
Opportunities to transition to other program services will be discussed following the assessment and training completion and based upon the individual’s interest, needs, and preferences.
1. Successful completion of program.
3. Referral to alternative program.
4. Sponsoring agency termination of funds.
SCOPE OF SERVICES:
Populations Served: Individuals 16 years of age and older with disabilities.
Hours/Days of Service: Monday through Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. for eight weeks.
Frequency of Service: Four days per week for eight weeks.
Payer Sources: DHS/DRS, School District funds, Medicaid waiver, private pay.
Fees: There are no fees.
Referral Sources: DHS/DRS, Local school districts, internal programs, families, self referrals.
Specific Skill Training In:
• General Cleaning Skills
• Washroom Sanitation
• Window Cleaning
• Floor Care
• Safety Procedures
• Equipment Care and Maintenance
• Use of Cleaning Chemicals
October 31, 2013