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The customer service course is designed to provide essential knowledge and skills required to improve the quality and effectiveness of customer experience. The one day course enables the delegates to identify the needs and desires of the customers, manage frustrated and irate customers and apply behavioural standards to enhance the customer experience. The delegates will learn how to handle difficult situations and customers, develop new customer relationships, resolve complaints with empathy and efficiency, achieve real excellence and gain confidence in the customer service role. The training program introduces delegates to the key concepts and modules that promote customer retention and loyalty and enhance their leadership and interpersonal skills.
Understand customer needs and their expectations
Work with the customer’s point of view
Handle complaints efficiently and effectively
Contribute positively to the enhancement of customer service
Courses delivered by highly qualified instructors
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Courseware will also be provided to the delegates so that they can revise the course after the training.
A dedicated tutor will be at your disposal throughout the training to guide you through any issues.
Clear and concise objectives to guide delegates through the course.
No prerequisites are required for attending the Introduction to Customer Service course.
The customer service course is intended for anyone who wants to improve the quality of customer service within their own area of responsibility. The course is extremely beneficial to the front line people who deal face to face or over the phone with their customers.
Customers play an important role in the existence of any business in both public and private sector. A good customer service means being responsive to their desires and requirements. In today’s competitive business environment, customer service is a crucial buzzword and plays a crucial role towards the growth of the organisation. Bad customer service can lose the reputation of your business, while good customer service makes your customers feel that you are not only making a sale but also want to develop long-term relationships with them.
Overview of Customer Service
Fundamentals of Customer Service
Customer Communication Summary
Setting the Values of Customer Service Excellence
Service Recovery: Handling Complaints and Difficult Customers
Principles of Persuasion
Getting the Right Customer Service Attitude
Delivering Message of the Customer Service
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