What problems do you think cleaners have at work?
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Evaluating feedback is suitable for learners who are working or plan to work as cleaning supervisors. It helps learners structure feedback when giving appraisals as well as allowing them to practise appropriate vocabulary.
How good are you at giving feedback. Watch the supervisors giving feedback to cleaners in this resource.
A CV is a document which you give to an employer when you apply for a job. It is a summary of your education, skills and work that you have done. Have you ever had to write a curriculum vitae? Did you find it difficult? This activity will help you to think about the language you need to write a good CV.
Study skills aims to give beginner ESOL learners an introduction to study skills and language learning techniques, particularly time management, learning vocabulary and practising spelling. The activities are ideal for the beginning of a learning programme and the low level of some of the activities reflects this.
Reporting problems is suitable for learners working in the cleaning sector. It helps learners to understand what customers ask for when they have problems and develops language for checking understanding. It also helps learners understand short notes from customers.
Preventing and reporting accidents is suitable for learners who are working or plan to work as cleaners. It helps learners talk about avoiding accidents understand safety signs and report accidents..