Oven Cleaning Franchise Training – New Wolverhampton Franchisee
So it’s all go at this week. I am carrying out oven cleaning franchise training, training our latest franchisee John
Rorke. He will be coveringWolverhampton West. This area covers the area to the West of Wolverhampton and covers an area that I lived in for 18 months when I did my technical training when I was in the Royal Air Force. I was at RAF Cosford from Jan 1983 to July 1984, doing my Air Radar Avionics training, which overall I enjoyed learning all about electronics and getting paid for it. I also loved being in the RAF Cosford rowing team and rowing and socialising at the local Ironbridge Rowing Club.
So today, Tuesday, is day two of John’s Oven Cleaning Franchisee training. Yesterday we did the first day introduction stuff in the morning and then visited to Spillers of Chard showroom to look at some fantastic cookers and kitchens there. It’s a fairly long drive from here in Bristol but is worth it as the size of the showroom means we can see lots of different combination of cookers, ovens and AGA branded cookers. It means we can look at all the different AGAs which are being sold at the moment.
A few years back I was worried as the showroom there for the smaller ovens consisted mainly of Pyrolytic ovens and I was thinking is this a trend? Now they have redesigned their showroom and there are a lot less Pyrolytic ovens. I’m wondering was it because they didn’t sell many of them? Also now a few years on I’ve seen people using the Pyrolytic function on an oven and seen the results of using it – lots of smoke in the kitchen, difficulty in cleaning racks, doors etc and know that even people with these sort of ovens are still going to use our service.
So a good look at AGAs and then back to the office.
Today we are going to go through stripping down ovens and go out for our first job this afternoon.