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LWC Ltd is Handling Cleaning with Care in Tomorrow’s Care

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

On page 34 of the latest issue of Tomorrow’s Care Lynn Webster explores the fundamental questions that all managers with responsibility for cleaning in the care sector must ask....

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Tomorrow’s FM Yearbook 2014 – LWC Ltd Cutting Edge Industry Expertise

Sunday, June 15th, 2014

LWC Ltd illustrates the expertise on offer to the company’s extensive client base. See full details on pages 26-27 in the industry’s essential Tomorrow’s FM Yearbook 2014...

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Lynn Webster celebrates 10 successful years – Cleaning Matters

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014

Cleaning Matters – Lynn Webster joined colleagues and clients to celebrate 10 successful years in business. Lynn and her guests enjoyed a scrumptious afternoon tea at Goddards in York. A...

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Lynn Webster considers how outsourcing needn’t be A Case of Mistaken Identity in FMJ

Friday, April 12th, 2013

In the April 2013 issue of FMJ Lynn Webster explores how outsourcing can be managed effectively through the careful consideration and alignment of the values and ethos of each organisation....

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Taking training and education beyond the bad and the indifferent

Friday, July 27th, 2012

Lynn Webster talks exclusively to Tomorrow’s FM about the real costs of training and education. See page 28 of the July issue and read Lynn’s thoughts on The bad, the indifferent and...

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Lynn Webster explores Finding a Fit for Cleaning in FMJ

Friday, May 4th, 2012

Lynn Webster explores fairytale endings for cleaning in FMJ May 2012; check out pages 24 and 25, and see why Lynn believes cleaning needs to given a good seat at the...

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Lynn Webster’s Q & A with Tomorrow’s FM

Friday, April 27th, 2012

Tomorrow’s FM March/April issue (page 58) 10 Questions interviewee is our very own Lynn Webster. Lynn shares her thoughts on FM and admits that once upon a time she wanted...

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At the heart of the industry

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

Lynn Webster shares her predictions for the cleaning industry in 2012 with Tomorrow’s Cleaning and explains why training is key. Lynn firmly believes that training and development, the development of...

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People 1st unveil date for Women 1st Conference and Shine Awards

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

People 1st announces that 19 June 2012 is the date for the Women 1st Conference and Shine Awards and invites women from the hospitality, passenger transport, travel and tourism sector to this unique networking and conference...

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Lynn Webster focuses on IEHA 2011 Convention in Las Vegas

Wednesday, January 25th, 2012

Lynn Webster was delighted when US publication Executive Housekeeping Today asked her to offer her thoughts and reflections on the IEHA (International Executive Housekeeping Association) 2011 Convention in Las Vegas...

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Testimonials

We have used the services of Lynn Webster for a number of years to facilitate the training of staff with a range of different skill levels and needs, this has been from basic BICSc training...

Sue Allen, Campus Services Manager, Leeds Metropolitan University

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“Lynn Webster has provided a series of specialist Healthcare Training cleaning courses for Minster Cleaning Services. Our Regional Directors have found these courses highly valuable, informative and Lynn’s technical knowledge, in areas such as infection...

Mike Parker, Managing Director, Minster Services Group

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Lynn has worked closely with University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust for the last several years. It was Lynn that introduced to us to BICSc. She carried out the Supervisory Skills certificate with all...

Ruth Bradburn, ABICSc, Assistant Hotel Service Manager, University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust

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“After a series of discussions between Lynn Webster and members of the Environmental Services team at The Trafford Centre, Lynn Webster Consultants Ltd was commissioned to provide a comprehensive cleaning training programme to Trafford Centre staff....

Doreen Hutton, Environmental Services Manager, The Trafford Centre

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Lynn has worked for Interserve in her capacity of training provider for several years, training cleaning and supervisory staff at Interserve Education in BICSc accredited training including COPC and BICSc supervisory skills scheme. The COPC...

Jillian Roberts, Cleaning Manager, Interserve FM

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“Lynn’s enthusiasm for this business is sky high she is a dynamic communicator and an excellent trainer who is dedicated to achieving results through hard work. She is very knowledgeable, helpful and encourages continuous training....

Elaine Boyce, Cleaning Services Manager, Hull City Council

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Professional and customer focussed service; Lynn uses her vast knowledge and experience to tailor the course/training to your specific needs – very flexible and approachable....

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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“When Lynn Webster first came to do a training course for myself and three other members of my staff , I can tell  you myself and my colleagues were really nervous. As with any course...

Denise Cook, King's School, Pontefract

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I have been in the cleaning industry for 18 years but over the past 4 years wanted to be involved in BICSc.In January 2010, I went onto the BICSc website to find a trainer who...

Wendy Beniston, Soft Services Manager, Vinci Facilities

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