Fast-growing InnuScience UK, which has pioneered the use of smartphone training apps for the past five years with the vision of making training simple and enjoyable, has launched a new hospitality training app.
The information-packed app features a COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) quiz to be used for the training of Housekeepers as well as a training video for users of the InnuScience Trio Kleen programme in a Housekeeping environment. It is available to be downloaded from iTunes and Google Play Store.
Nick Winstone, UK Managing Director of InnuScience, said: “For ease of use and accessibility we have ensured the app is free and no passwords are needed. The training process involves watching a video via the app, taking a simple quiz, and once complete, staff are issued with a certificate of completion. Through this innovative and structured approach, we have been able to cater for our growing customer base – issuing over 1,500 certificates a month.
“We have invested in ensuring all our product equipment have colour coded stickers, that they match up to the products and the product labels, so that after training staff can easily use the products.
“At InnuScience understanding our clients’ needs, as well as their customers, is key for us. Therefore, we have made it our mission to ensure the staff using our products are fully trained and equipped with all the information they require to carry out their tasks to the highest standards.”
InnuScience UK, headquartered in Kiln Farm, Milton Keynes, is now an established global leader in commercial cleaning systems based on biotechnology, and has products competitively priced compared to conventional cleaning products – for instance, the cost in use of its flagship Connected Cleaning product can be from as little as two pence per litre.
InnuScience is the youngest and fastest-growing of the top 15 manufacturers in the UK, supplying biotechnology-based cleaning products to the Hospitality, Facilities Management, Building and Care Sectors.
"The training process involves watching a video via the app, taking a simple quiz, and once complete, staff are issued with a certificate of completion."
Nick Winstone, UK Managing Director of InnuScience
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