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Developing A System For Cleaning

August 22, 2012
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Addressing The Triple Education Challenge

Because successful cleaning is most often a "learn through doing" system, even if we are successful at writing down a cleaning production system (CPS) description accurately, there is still a danger of misleading our audience.

The risk with attempts at understanding cleaning through classroom instruction alone is that some readers or spectators will think that, if they've read about something or seen it applied, they know it.

From a serious business perspective, workers in a CPS must read about cleaning, attend training events about cleaning and watch instructional videos about cleaning. But, most importantly, they must learn cleaning by actually doing it.

The hands-on factor is the most important aspect to success and the reason Process Cleaning for Healthy Schools (PCHS) works.

While it is taught in articles and in classrooms, it is also implemented and learned in the field with qualified instructors having enormous hands-on experience.

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