october, 2019

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wed02oct9:30 pm4:30 pmCustomer Service TrainingProvide Exceptional Customer Service9:30 pm - 4:30 pm GMT Birmingham, Queensway, McLaren Building 46 The Priory, Queensway Birmingham B4 7LR

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customer Service Training Course

Customer Service Skills

Customer Service Excellence – COURSE OUTLINE

DURATION – This is a one-day training course structured into 15 modules


This one-day training course enables delegates to understand the vital importance of customer service to any organisation and assists them to provide exceptional customer service, either themselves or through the actions of their staff.


Anyone who either directly comes into contact with customers, both face-to-face and on the phone, or who manages people who do.


Do you recognise that customer care is the key to a successful, profitable and enjoyable business, yet feel that your company – or people within it – are failing to deliver what is required?

While almost every course we deliver is in response to a perceived problem with the way staff work, your solution will be different because your staff, your environment and your marketplace are unique.

The concept of ‘Customer Care’ is one that is often used without being implemented properly. But if your company lives up to these claims, you will create better customer relationships and a smoother, more efficient and more profitable operation.

To achieve this, we work with you to define your objectives, the way topics need to be covered, and which skills improvements will be most effective.

The result? Customers will be treated properly by staff who understand the importance of their role and how to fulfill it so as to maximise benefit to the company.

MODULE 1:  Introduction and Course Overview
MODULE 2:  What is Customer Service?
Learning outcomes:
Define your understanding of customer service and what customer service beliefs and expectations are.
Topics covered:
  • What is Customer Service?
  • Why is it Important?
  • Whats in it for Me?
  • Customer Service Beliefs
MODULE 3:  Who Are Your Customers?
Learning outcomes:
Identify who your customers are, and whether each is internal or external.
Topics covered:
  • Internal Customers
  • External Customers
  • Customer Needs
MODULE 4 Understanding Customer Needs and Expectations
Learning outcomes:
Understand what is important to your customer, their expectations and what else can you offer them.
Topics covered:
  • Types of Expectations
  • Meeting Expectations
  • Exceeding Expectations
  • First Impressions Exercise
MODULE 5 Standards
Learning outcomes:
Know the standards set by your organisation for dealing with customers in a variety of settings. Decide how you exceed customers’ expectations.
Topics covered:
  • Telephone Handling
  • Appearance of Facilities
  • Appearance of Self
  • Face to Face Contact
MODULE 6 Communication
Learning outcomes:
Understand what communication is , what barriers there are and how to overcome them. Know how to use active listening techniques effectively..
Topics covered:
  • What is Communication?
  • Barriers to Communication
  • Removing Communication Barriers
  • Active Listening
  • Listening Quiz
MODULE 7:  Telephone Techniques
Learning outcomes:
Learn about good telephone technique, transferring telephone calls, putting callers on hold, using appropriate language and taking accurate messages.
Topics covered:
  • Tips for a Good Telephone Technique
  • Dos and Donts of the Telephone
  • Exercise – Taking a Message
  • Telephone Message Prompt Form
MODULE 8 Managing Conflict in Customer Situations
Learning outcomes:
Acquire methods of dealing with challenging customers, identifying what causes conflict, preventing it and knowing how to respond appropriately.
Topics covered:
  • Causes of Conflict
  • Levels of Conflict
  • Responding to Conflict
  • Preventing Conflict
  • Resolving Conflict
MODULE 9:  Dealing With Challenges
Learning outcomes:
Understand how to respond professionally and appropriately to a range difficult situations.
Topics covered:
  • Handling Difficult Situations
  • Assertiveness & Compromise
MODULE 10 Dealing with Difficult People
Learning outcomes:
Recognise when to use different methods to deal appropriately with difficult personalities.
Topics covered:
  • A Process Guide to Dealing with Difficult People
MODULE 11:  Seven Steps to Customer Problem Solving
Learning outcomes:
Learn how to resolve customer problems using a seven-step process.
Topics covered:
  • Problem Situations
MODULE 12:  The Recovery Process
Learning outcomes:
Understand how to solve customer service problems once they’ve been identified and recognise the need for flexibility.
Topics covered:
  • Six Steps to Recovery
MODULE 13 Eliminating Customer Service Problems
Learning outcomes:
Learn about how to use a series of ‘inspection and analysis tools’ to address customer service issues.
Topics covered:
  • Inspection and Analysis Tools
  • Critical Evaluation
  • Informal Surveys
  • Focus Groups
  • Nominal Group Technique (NGT)
  • Cause and Effect or Root Cause (Fish Bone)
  • Brainstorming
  • Benchmarking
MODULE 14:  Doing Your Part
Learning outcomes:
Recognise how to develop and maintain relationships, understand communications styles and the impact of your own behaviour.
Topics covered:
  • Developing and Maintaining Relationships
  • The Likeability Factor
  • How to Feel Powerful in Your Position
  • Positive Language Exercise
MODULE 15:  Your Personal Action Plan





(Wednesday) 9:30 pm - 4:30 pm GMT


Birmingham, Queensway

McLaren Building 46 The Priory, Queensway Birmingham B4 7LR


Taylor MasonTraining for the Workplace & Individuals0843 289 1713 PO Box 3125 450 Brook Drive Reading RG1 9RX


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