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                 Health Training Packages to VET in Schools
               HLT21207 Certificate 2 in Health Support Services
               HLT32407 Certificate 3 in Allied Health Assistance




                UNIT: HLTMS206B
        PERFORM GENERAL CLEANING TASKS
             IN A CLINICAL SETTING
Nominal Hours = 15
May include:
   Face to face delivery
   Research, Investigation and Analysis
   Collaborative Exercises
   Practical Activities
   Oral Presentations
   Structured Work Placement (SWL)




Produced by the Health Industry Pathway Program Team. 2008. Version 1
Melissa Willson
Tania Duff-Tytler
Lee Bonner
Shirley Rhodes
Gill Houlihan
Denice Mason
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UNIT: HLTMS206B PERFORM GENERAL CLEANING TASKS INA CLINICAL SETTING

ELEMENTS:
  1. Maximise safety during cleaning
  2. Clean and maintain surfaces in clinical area
  3. Ensure maintenance of cleaning standards
  4. Manage waste
  5. Store equipment and cleaning agents safely

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA:
1.1 Correctly use personal protective equipment suitable for conditions and /or required by established
    procedures
1.2 Check cleaning equipment to be used for safe operation and set up to meet manufacturer’s and relevant
    OHS specifications
1.3 Where required, select suitable cleaning agents and prepare in accordance with manufacturer‟s and
    relevant OHS requirements, and in accordance with organization policy
1.4 Where required, barricade work site and install appropriate signs to reduce safety hazards during
    cleaning activities

2.1   Identify surface type and texture so that suitable cleaning equipment and method(s) can be selected
2.2   Select suitable cleaning agent
2.3   Prepare and clean surfaces as required by cleaning routines and organization policy
2.4   Remove stains and spillages from surfaces
2.5   Remove dirt and soil
2.6   Maintain wet areas in an odour free, soil and hazard free condition
2.7   Dry surfaces as required

3.1 Clean unit or location to achieve a low bacteria condition as required by organization policy and
    procedures
3.2 Ensure surfaces and areas are regularly cleaned in accordance with the organisation‟s established
    cleaning schedules and routines
3.3 Follow all established procedures, including infection control as required to minimize cross infection

4.1 Assess all waste for health and safety risks and handle in accordance with relevant organization and
    OHS requirements
4.2 Remove waste promptly according to established procedures to maintain a clean and tidy
    environment/area and avoid build up of unpleasant odours
4.3 Where required, spot clean waste receptacles and surrounds and replace soiled liners to minimise build
    up of odour and to maintain a soiled-free appearance

5.1 Clean and dry equipment before storage
5.2 Store cleaning agents in accordance with manufacturer‟s instructions and organization policy
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What are Employability Skills?
Personal abilities that enable a person to effectively apply their technical skills in the workplace (and life in general). An
indicator of „work-readiness‟.

There are 3 performance levels representing the level of self-directedness in performing an Employability Skill. The
higher the performance level, the more self-directed a person is performing.

Communication
That contributes to productive and harmonious relations across employees and customers
Level 1 – Communicates routine information clearly and coherently
Level 2 – Prepares information and communicates it in the most appropriate way
Level 3 – Interprets information and adapts communication to suit particular situations and audience needs

Teamwork
That contributes to productive working relationships and outcomes
Level 1 – Participates with others to meet set goals using defined procedures
Level 2 – Collaborates with others to establish and apply strategies to meet agreed goals
Level 3 – Takes a leadership role in establishing and facilitating team operations

Problem Solving
That contributes to productive outcomes
Level 1 – Uses set strategies to solve routine problems
Level 2 – Chooses and uses the most appropriate strategies to solve problems
Level 3 – Uses initiative to solve problems and anticipate and respond to unexpected problems

Initiative and Enterprise
That contribute to innovative outcomes
Level 1 – Performs constructive tasks voluntarily by following standard guidelines
Level 2 – Sees opportunities to make improvements and independently chooses strategies to achieve them
Level 3 – Envisions new and innovative possibilities and acts on them independently to achieve major benefits

Planning and Organising
That contribute to long and short-term strategic planning
Level 1 – Uses planning tools and processes to organize individual work activities
Level 2 – Applies planning and organizing processes to manage multiple activities and/or people
Level 3 – Develops and applies comprehensive planning and organizing strategies to manage and evaluate projects

Self Management
That contributes to employee satisfaction and growth
Level 1 – Performs effectively and behaves appropriately in routine activities
Level 2 – Chooses suitable ways to perform effectively and conduct oneself appropriately in challenging activities
Level 3 – Designs own approaches to perform optimally and conduct oneself appropriately in complex real-life tasks

Learning
That contributes to ongoing improvement and expansion in employee and company operations and outcomes
Level 1 – Participates effectively in prepared learning activities to achieve required learning outcomes
Level 2 – Willingly chooses and applies learning strategies to achieve own learning goals
Level 3 – Eagerly designs and manages own customized learning process to achieve optimal learning

Technology
That contributes to the effective carrying out of tasks
Level 1 – Uses technology in accordance with clear guidelines
Level 2 – Chooses and uses the most appropriate technologies for the situation
Level 3 – Uses initiative to apply technologies to new contexts
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COMPETENCY GRID

HLTMS206B Perform cleaning tasks in             1.1   1.2    1.3   1.4   2.1    2.2   2.3    2.4   2.5   2.6    2.7     3.1   3.2   3.3   4.1   4.2 4.3 5.1 5.2
a clinical setting
Theory and practical – Cleaning using           *     *      *     *     *      *     *      *     *     *      *       *     *     *     *     *   *   *   *
correct cleaning procedures & products
TASK A – Checklist for cleaning
Theory and practical – Cleaning using           *     *      *     *     *      *     *      *     *     *      *       *     *     *     *     *   *   *   *
correct cleaning procedures & products
TASK B - Notes
Theory and practical – Cleaning using           *     *      *     *     *      *     *      *     *     *      *       *     *     *     *     *   *   *   *
correct cleaning procedures & products
TASK C - Practical
Cleaning of the school kitchens –               *     *      *     *     *      *     *      *     *     *      *       *     *     *     *     *   *   *   *
practical
Cleaning of a workplace                         *     *      *     *     *      *     *      *     *     *      *       *     *     *     *     *   *   *   *
TASK A - notes
Cleaning of a workplace                         *     *      *     *     *      *     *      *     *     *      *       *     *     *     *     *   *   *   *
TASK B – Cleaning Guidelines Sheet
Cleaning of a workplace                         *     *      *     *     *      *     *      *     *     *      *       *     *     *     *     *   *   *   *
TASK C - Practical
Log book tasks                                  *                  *     *      *     *      *     *     *      *       *     *




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COMPETENCY STATUS REPORT

STUDENT____________________________RTO_______________________________
TAFE Enrolment number_____________________________

UNIT: HLTMS206B Perform general cleaning tasks in a clinical setting

Task                                            Competency       CA      TBA CNA             Date           Signature
Theory and practical – cleaning using           1.1 to 5.2
correct cleaning procedures & products
TASK A – Checklist for cleaning
Theory and practical – cleaning using           1.1 to 5.2
correct cleaning procedures & products
TASK B - Notes
Theory and practical – cleaning using           1.1 to 5.2
correct cleaning procedures & products
TASK C - Practical
Cleaning of the school kitchens –               1.1 to 5.2
Practical
Cleaning of a work place                        1.1 to 5.2
TASK A - Notes
Cleaning of a work place                        1.1 to 5.2
TASK B – Cleaning Guidelines Sheets
Cleaning of a work place                        1.1 to 5.2
TASK C - Practical
Log book tasks                                  1.1
                                                1.4 to 3.2

Competency: HLTMS206B COMPLETED                                         YES / NO

Trainers Name:_______________________________Date:_________________________

Signature:_______________________________




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UNIT; HLTMS206B                      Perform general cleaning tasks in a clinical setting

RESOURCES LIST

Guest speaker from local area – Cleaning specialist to instruct students on cleaning methods,
PPE, cleaning equipment, chemicals

Appropriate brand and range of cleaning chemicals for schools
             Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) – for chemicals in use
             Other product information sheets – for chemicals in use

Range of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – as listed in assignment

Cleaning Equipment – as listed in assignment

Kitchen area in a school environment

Clinical setting in an industry work place
               Staff to give instruction on cleaning at work place
               Use of chemicals, cleaning equipment and PPE at work place




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THEORY AND PRACTICAL – CLEAN USING CORRECT
CLEANING PROCEDURES AND PRODUCTS
UNIT: HLTMS206B PERFORM GENERAL CLEANING TASKS INA CLINICAL SETTING

ELEMENTS:
  1. Maximise safety during cleaning
  2. Clean and maintain surfaces in clinical area
  3. Ensure maintenance of cleaning standards
  4. Manage waste
  5. Store equipment and cleaning agents safely

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA:
1.1 Correctly use personal protective equipment suitable for conditions and /or required by established procedures
1.2 Check cleaning equipment to be used for safe operation and set up to meet manufacturer’s and relevant OHS
    specifications
1.3 Where required, select suitable cleaning agents and prepare in accordance with manufacturer‟s and relevant OHS
    requirements, and in accordance with organization policy
1.4 Where required, barricade work site and install appropriate signs to reduce safety hazards during cleaning
    activities

2.1   Identify surface type and texture so that suitable cleaning equipment and method(s) can be selected
2.2   Select suitable cleaning agent
2.3   Prepare and clean surfaces as required by cleaning routines and organization policy
2.4   Remove stains and spillages from surfaces
2.5   Remove dirt and soil
2.6   Maintain wet areas in an odour free, soil and hazard free condition
2.7   Dry surfaces as required

3.1 Clean unit or location to achieve a low bacteria condition as required by organization policy and procedures
3.2 Ensure surfaces and areas are regularly cleaned in accordance with the organisation‟s established cleaning
    schedules and routines
3.3 Follow all established procedures, including infection control as required to minimize cross infection

4.1 Assess all waste for health and safety risks and handle in accordance with relevant organization and OHS
    requirements
4.2 Remove waste promptly according to established procedures to maintain a clean and tidy environment/area and
    avoid build up of unpleasant odours
4.3 Where required, spot clean waste receptacles and surrounds and replace soiled liners to minimise build up of
    odour and to maintain a soiled-free appearance

5.1 Clean and dry equipment before storage
5.2 Store cleaning agents in accordance with manufacturer‟s instructions and organization policy

Employability Skills
Communication – Level 1 to 2                               Teamwork – Level 1
Problem Solving – Level 1 to 3                             Initiative and Enterprise – Level 1
Self Management – Level 1                                  Learning – Level 1


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THEORY AND PRACTICAL – CLEAN USING CORRECT
CLEANING PROCEDURES AND PRODUCTS

Your teacher has organized a guest speaker to talk to the class. This speaker has an
extensive knowledge of cleaning products and their uses. The speaker will show you a range
of products and explain their application (what they are used for and how they are applied
to the surface), dilution rates and possible first aid or MSDS sheets.
The guest speaker will show you a range of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), this
range may include:
          o Gloves
          o Safety glasses
          o Safety shoes
          o Face masks
          o Overalls
          o Hair nets
          o Hearing protection
          o Caps
          o Clothing used to maintain hygiene standards or
          o Clothing used as prescribed in manufacturers of chemicals or equipment
          o Signage

TASK A
   During the guest speaker discussion, you will be required to note all information given
   Your teacher will provide you with an A3 size Checklist for Cleaning – You must fill
    out your own sheet, but may discuss the sheet in a small group.
   Five areas that need regular cleaning have been identified; they are: bench tops, sinks,
    waste or rubbish, ovens or microwaves, and floors.
   Fill out all details as follows for the identified areas:
        o PPE and signs required: List all of the personal protective equipment need to
           safely use the chemicals required and when and what safety signs are needed.
        o Chemicals required: Name of the chemical required for the area
        o Cleaning equipment: List the cleaning equipment required
        o Directions for maintaining low bacteria and infection control: How are the
           chemicals used and the cleaning completed to maintain a low bacteria count
        o Cleaning schedule: How often is the area cleaned
        o Waste management: How are particles/rubbish/dirty water emptied from each
           area
        o Storage of cleaning agents, equipment and PPE: How should all of these
           items be stored safely after cleaning is completed
        o Area Completed: group to tick once area has been cleaned correctly

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CHECKLIST FOR CLEANING
Area of    PPE and            Name of            Cleaning           Directions for maintaining low        Cleaning Management   Storage of    Area
kitchen    signage            chemicals          equipment          bacteria & infection control          schedule of waste     cleaning      Comp.
           required           used               required                                                                       agents,       √
                                                                                                                                equipment &
                                                                                                                                PPE
Bench
tops




Sinks




Waste /
rubbish




Ovens
Micro-
waves



Floors




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THEORY AND PRACTICAL – CLEAN USING CORRECT
CLEANING PROCEDURES AND PRODUCTS

Now that you have the theoretical knowledge about cleaning products and their uses, you
can put this knowledge to practice.
The guest speaker will instruct you in the kitchen area, or another suitable location within
the school.
The guest speaker will give a practical demonstration on using the products discussed
earlier. They will also use a range of cleaning equipment which may include:
          o Brooms
          o Mops
          o Brushes
          o Dusters / dusting and washing rags
          o Buckets
          o Sprayers
          o Vacuum cleaning
          o Steam cleaners

TASK B
   Students are to watch the demonstration on how to correctly clean the kitchens at
    School. You will gain valuable tips on certain procedures.
   These are a clinical area that must be cleaned correctly to avoid infections and
    maintain a low bacteria count.
   You must note all information discussed during the demonstration, as well as write
    down what you observed happening.
   Your group may then add extra information to your Checklist for Cleaning chart

TASK C
   Your group is now responsible for cleaning a certain area of the kitchen
   They must use all of the cleaning products discussed in their appropriate way
   Your group must all wear the correct PPE required for each product
   Refer to the Checklist for Cleaning while completing this task
   Refer to Material Data Safety Sheets on each chemical before use
   Once your group has completed the task successfully, the guest speaker will tick each
    section of your Checklist for Cleaning chart.




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CLEANING OF THE SCHOOL KITCHENS
UNIT: HLTMS206B PERFORM GENERAL CLEANING TASKS INA CLINICAL SETTING

ELEMENTS:
  1. Maximise safety during cleaning
  2. Clean and maintain surfaces in clinical area
  3. Ensure maintenance of cleaning standards
  4. Manage waste
  5. Store equipment and cleaning agents safely

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA:
1.1 Correctly use personal protective equipment suitable for conditions and /or required by established procedures
1.2 Check cleaning equipment to be used for safe operation and set up to meet manufacturer’s and relevant OHS
    specifications
1.3 Where required, select suitable cleaning agents and prepare in accordance with manufacturer‟s and relevant OHS
    requirements, and in accordance with organization policy
1.4 Where required, barricade work site and install appropriate signs to reduce safety hazards during cleaning
    activities

2.1   Identify surface type and texture so that suitable cleaning equipment and method(s) can be selected
2.2   Select suitable cleaning agent
2.3   Prepare and clean surfaces as required by cleaning routines and organization policy
2.4   Remove stains and spillages from surfaces
2.5   Remove dirt and soil
2.6   Maintain wet areas in an odour free, soil and hazard free condition
2.7   Dry surfaces as required

3.1 Clean unit or location to achieve a low bacteria condition as required by organization policy and procedures
3.2 Ensure surfaces and areas are regularly cleaned in accordance with the organisation‟s established cleaning
    schedules and routines
3.3 Follow all established procedures, including infection control as required to minimize cross infection

4.1 Assess all waste for health and safety risks and handle in accordance with relevant organization and OHS
    requirements
4.2 Remove waste promptly according to established procedures to maintain a clean and tidy environment/area and
    avoid build up of unpleasant odours
4.3 Where required, spot clean waste receptacles and surrounds and replace soiled liners to minimise build up of
    odour and to maintain a soiled-free appearance

5.1 Clean and dry equipment before storage
5.2 Store cleaning agents in accordance with manufacturer‟s instructions and organization policy

Employability Skills
Communication – Level 1 to 2                               Teamwork – Level 1 to 3
Problem Solving – Level 1 to 3                             Initiative and Enterprise – Level 1 to 2
Self Management – Level 1 to 2                             Learning – Level 1 to 2
Planning and Organising – Level 1 to 2



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CLEANING OF THE SCHOOL KITCHENS

When working in a clinical kitchen like those at Hospitals or Aged Care Homes, it is very
important that these areas are cleaned correctly to prevent food contamination of meals
supplied to people with lowered immune systems. The lower the bacteria count of the work
area, the more likely both the worker and client will remain safe.
Working in small teams, you will be required to clinically clean the kitchen area at school
after a food practical has taken place.
These will be practice runs before you will be required to clean on a work site
Kitchens are often hazardous areas, and cautions must be taken during cleaning
Hazards and risks when cleaning clinical areas may include:
          o Clinical waste, body fluids or tissue
          o Slippery surfaces
          o Loose electrical fittings
          o Broken glass
          o High bacteria growths
          o Sharps injuries
          o Sharp surfaces
          o Fumes from cleaning agents
          o Allergic reactions
          o Client’s cleaning chemical mixtures
          o Unlabelled cleaning chemical containers

TASK
   Cleaning of the kitchens will take place on 2 separate occasions
   You will be required to work in a team.
   Each kitchen area will be divided into 2 sections.
   Your team will rotate cleaning duties, so after the 2 cleaning sessions you would have
    cleaned all areas, using all products and equipment available.
   At the completion of each cleaning day, the “Checklist for Cleaning” sheet must be
    ticked off when completed successfully.
   You will check off both your own area and that of one other group.
   If you find that one area has not been cleaned to a high standard, the checklist can not
    be ticked off until the team completes the task appropriately.




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CLEANING OF A WORK PLACE
UNIT: HLTMS206B PERFORM GENERAL CLEANING TASKS INA CLINICAL SETTING

ELEMENTS:
  1. Maximise safety during cleaning
  2. Clean and maintain surfaces in clinical area
  3. Ensure maintenance of cleaning standards
  4. Manage waste
  5. Store equipment and cleaning agents safely

PERFORMANCE CRITERIA:
1.1 Correctly use personal protective equipment suitable for conditions and /or required by established procedures
1.2 Check cleaning equipment to be used for safe operation and set up to meet manufacturer’s and relevant OHS
    specifications
1.3 Where required, select suitable cleaning agents and prepare in accordance with manufacturer‟s and relevant OHS
    requirements, and in accordance with organization policy
1.4 Where required, barricade work site and install appropriate signs to reduce safety hazards during cleaning
    activities

2.1   Identify surface type and texture so that suitable cleaning equipment and method(s) can be selected
2.2   Select suitable cleaning agent
2.3   Prepare and clean surfaces as required by cleaning routines and organization policy
2.4   Remove stains and spillages from surfaces
2.5   Remove dirt and soil
2.6   Maintain wet areas in an odour free, soil and hazard free condition
2.7   Dry surfaces as required

3.1 Clean unit or location to achieve a low bacteria condition as required by organization policy and procedures
3.2 Ensure surfaces and areas are regularly cleaned in accordance with the organisation‟s established cleaning
    schedules and routines
3.3 Follow all established procedures, including infection control as required to minimize cross infection

4.1 Assess all waste for health and safety risks and handle in accordance with relevant organization and OHS
    requirements
4.2 Remove waste promptly according to established procedures to maintain a clean and tidy environment/area and
    avoid build up of unpleasant odours
4.3 Where required, spot clean waste receptacles and surrounds and replace soiled liners to minimise build up of
    odour and to maintain a soiled-free appearance

5.1 Clean and dry equipment before storage
5.2 Store cleaning agents in accordance with manufacturer‟s instructions and organization policy

Employability Skills
Communication – Level 1 to 2                               Teamwork – Level 1 to 3
Problem Solving – Level 1 to 3                             Initiative and Enterprise – Level 1 to 2
Self Management – Level 1 to 2                             Learning – Level 1 to 2
Planning and Organising – Level 1 to 2



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CLEANING OF A WORK PLACE

Your team, have now cleaned the School kitchens 2 times and have had some experience
with handling equipment, personal protective equipment, chemicals and following
guidelines. We will now move onto a Structured Work Placement, so that you may gain
experience in cleaning a variety of other rooms considered clinical settings.
A clinical setting may include:
    Hospital ward
    Residential care facility
    Medical, allied health or other practitioner’s rooms
    A specific health care area eg. Sterilizing unit, clinic, laboratory

TASK A
Attend the demonstration by staff at your chosen work place. They will cover cleaning
rooms in their area of health.
Note how each area is cleaned, equipment and products used, Protective clothing or cautions
with particular products, OHS guidelines. Staff will cover the following information:
Personal protective equipment used                                  Equipment covers OHS guidelines
Cleaning agents used correctly                                      Appropriate signage used for safety
Correct equipment selected for area                                 Surfaces cleaned as per policy
Stains, spills, dirt and soil removed                               Wet areas maintained appropriately
Surfaces dried as required                                          Cleaned to achieve low bacteria
Follow established cleaning schedules and routines                  Follow infection control procedures
Follow policies for handling waste                                  Remove waste regularly
Clean waste receptacles and surrounds                               Equipment is cleaned and dried before storage
Cleaning agents stored correctly



TASK B
   In groups you are to make a cleaning folder that covers all requirements for one area
    of the work place. All areas of the workplace that require clinical cleaning need to be
    covered. (Also dependant on number of groups)
   Information for each area will be written under the same common titles.
   Your group, as well as other groups will require this information at a later date in
    order to clean the areas on a rotational basis.
   Work with your group to fill out the “Cleaning Guidelines Sheet” on a specific area at
    the work place.
       Information for each section of the “Cleaning Guideline Sheet” must be written
        clearly, in good detail. So that your group and other groups may use the sheet during
        the practical cleaning session.

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                           CLEANING GUIDELINES SHEET
ROOM OR AREA


PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED




CLEANING EQUIPMENT REQUIRED




CHEMICALS REQUIRED                                                DIRECTIONS FOR USE




SIGNAGE REQUIRED



CLEANING SCHEDULE FOR AREA



STORAGE OF CLEANING AGENTS, EQUIPMENT AND PPE




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                           CLEANING GUIDELINES SHEET
Item to clean                    Equipment and                  Directions
                                 chemicals required
Example:                         Chux cloth and spray           Clean off all food crumbs by spraying
Kitchen bench top                and wipe, then                 bench with spray and wipe then wiping
                                 sterilizer and paper           clean with a chux wipe. Spray whole bench
                                 towel                          top with sterilizer, leave 5 minutes to dry,
                                                                wipe with paper towel.




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CLEANING OF A WORK PLACE

TASK C
Now that you have the knowledge to clean areas of a clinical environment on the work
place, you will be required to complete this task to the required level as outlined by the staff.

     You will work in teams and will complete the task on two separate occasions.
     Your team will clean a different area on each occasion
     You will begin by cleaning the area that your team wrote the “Cleaning Guidelines
      Sheet” for.
     After cleaning this first area, your team may need to revise your “Cleaning Guidelines
      Sheet” so that other teams will be able to understand and follow your guidelines.
     Your team will receive another group‟s guideline sheet to clean another area of the
      work place.
     Staff will assess whether the cleaning has been completed to an appropriate standard.
     Your team will need to give feedback to the other team about their guideline sheet so
      they can be further revised, as these sheets could be used by the work place for
      students completing structured work placement.
     Feedback may be provided as written or a discussion between teams, or a whole class.




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