Oven Cleaning Franchise Training

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Proper franchise training is 100% essential for making a success of your oven cleaning business. That’s why we take it so seriously at Oven Rescue, and why our franchisees do so well.

We believe in practical training on real life jobs, rather than sitting you down in a stuffy classroom. We’ll get you out on the road for a taster day rather than pitch to you in a corporate office. Decide you like it? Then you can embark on two weeks training, and it sets you up to go out on your own and get your business up and running.

What are Taster Days?

Once you’ve read about Oven Rescue and had a chat with founder Mike Harris, you can take the next step of having a taster day with an experienced member of our team. There’s no obligation, but it’s a sure way of seeing for yourself what the work involves.   

Get in touch about an Oven Rescue taster day.

What oven cleaning training do you receive?

So you’ve decided to go ahead with Oven Rescue – now it’s time to get on with the training. You don’t need any experience, just determination to succeed. It helps if you’re able to lift, bend and keep going without needing to put your feet up every five minutes, but it’s not heavy work. The majority of people have what it takes to clean ovens perfectly. 

By the time you start training, Mike Harris will have told you plenty about what to expect, so you won’t have any nasty surprises. Our oven cleaning course means you’ll go out for up to two weeks with one of our experienced franchisees, and learn first-hand about oven cleaning at customers’ homes.

You’ll learn about different types of ovens including:

  • how to remove oven trays, racks, side supports and doors
  • setting up a cleaning tank in the back of a van
  • proper use of eco-friendly cleaning materials and equipment
  • how to make the ovens you work on clean as new
  • working tidily and leaving customers’ kitchens spotlessly clean

You’ll also see how to deal with customers, and how to leave them delighted with your work. That’s so important for repeat business.

You might also see how our support service works in action. If there’s a problem with an unfamiliar oven or stubborn, baked on grime, Mike is always available to advise and solve problems. He’s even known to come out and join franchisees on the job to sort out any tricky situations. Problems are rare, but it’s great to know that you’re not alone and that help is always at hand. Over a two week period you’ll have learnt a lot – enough in fact to go out on your own.

What franchise business training do you receive?

Oven cleaning business training is just as important as showing you how to clean ovens. For a lot of our people, an Oven Rescue franchise is the first step in running a business for themselves. We’re on hand to make sure you manage your franchise in the right way.

We’ll tell you what need to know about keeping your business on track. We have a proven business model which covers:

  • getting leads 
  • changing leads into bookings
  • managing your schedules
  • billing customers and collecting payments
  • managing expenses including cleaning materials, fuel, insurance and vehicles 
  • making sure you have enough cash in your business 
  • planning for the future

We’ll also put you on the right track on whether you are better off being self-employed or setting up your own company. Likewise, we’ll provide information on tax, insurance and arranging loans. 

Running your own business isn’t rocket science, but you do need to know what you’re doing. Otherwise, you can end up with financial problems, and we don’t want to see that. We want your business to prosper, and we’ll do all we can to help you make your Oven Rescue a resounding success.



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What franchise business training do you receive?

Oven cleaning business training is just as important as showing you how to clean ovens. For a lot of our people, an Oven Rescue franchise is the first step in running a business for themselves. We’re on hand to make sure you manage your franchise in the right way.

We’ll tell you what need to know about keeping your business on track. We have a proven business model which covers:

  • getting leads 
  • changing leads into bookings
  • managing your schedules
  • billing customers and collecting payments
  • managing expenses including cleaning materials, fuel, insurance and vehicles 
  • making sure you have enough cash in your business 
  • planning for the future

We’ll also put you on the right track on whether you are better off being self-employed or setting up your own company. Likewise, we’ll provide information on tax, insurance and arranging loans. 

Running your own business isn’t rocket science, but you do need to know what you’re doing. Otherwise, you can end up with financial problems, and we don’t want to see that. We want your business to prosper, and we’ll do all we can to help you make your Oven Rescue a resounding success.

What support is there for launching your business?

There will come a day when you press the green button and set out on your own. We’ll have provided the training, the equipment and the know-how, and now it’s down to you, although you always have our support for practical advice and problem solving.

The franchise equipment we provide includes baths and tools which you’ll be able to use for a long time. To help get you up and running, we also provide 3 months’ supply of oven cleaning materials in your franchise package. For day one of your operation, it’s a good idea to have your van ready to go, complete with the Oven Rescue graphics we provide, with your contact details shown loud and proud.

You’ll also be provided with business cards and leaflets. Business cards look professional, and can be handed out without any hassle when you’re with people. Everyone needs their oven to be cleaned regularly. Anyone who doesn’t want to do it themselves (most people hate the job) is more likely to get in touch if they have your contact details to hand. A lot of customers recommend us to friends and relatives – that’s much easier if they have been passed your business card.

Oven Rescue leaflets are another way to get leads and bookings. A lot of franchisees build their business by walking around their area and popping leaflets into the letterboxes, especially at more expensive homes. The more leaflets you distribute, the more business you’ll drum up, it really can be that simple!

Then there’s advertising in local magazines and papers. There’s usually a cost, but that’s all part of your business planning. We can tell you about the ins and outs of advertising and the best way to spend your money to get results.

Meanwhile, the Oven Rescue website shows the world what a professional and reliable business we are. The website tells customers where we work, and takes them to a page for each of our franchisees, complete with contact details and pricing information. We think it’s probably the best oven cleaning website around, and judging by the growing number of visitors, plenty of householders like it too. The Oven Rescue Group even works with expert marketing agencies to grow website traffic and leads coming from places like Google.

Last but not least, there’s social media. It’s easy to set up Facebook or Instagram to tell the world about your business, and as time goes on you should see a growing number of followers as word spreads about what a good job you do! It’s always a good idea to ask happy customers to post a review on their own pages, link to your pages, and engage in local community groups. 

For further support, you’ll also have your fellow franchisees to call on. There are real benefits from talking to your colleagues, because you’re not in competition thanks to the way we allocate exclusive areas. Some franchisees take part in Oven Rescue groups on social media to share tips on everything from getting leads to dealing with different types of oven.

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Is there ongoing training?

As Mike will tell you, you never stop learning about oven cleaning. You can nail the basics of what you need to know from the outset, but as you build your business you’ll come across more and more different types of oven. The first time you get to work on an Aga for instance can seem daunting – but don’t worry because you can check in with Mike to find out what you need to know.

That’s the point about an Oven Rescue franchise. We will never leave you high and dry without any help to call on. Yes, you’re independent and your own boss – but if you need a helping hand you’ll get it.

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