Customer Service Name

Course Content

Course Content

This non-accredited introduction course to for those who are new to working in customer service.
By the end of the course, learners will be able to:
• Provide examples of an internal and external customer.
• Identify a minimum of four basic customer service terms.
• State how customer expectations affect customer satisfaction.
• Reflect & have learned from own experience of customer service.
• Summarise the importance of making a good first impression when meeting a customer.
• List two pieces of legislation relating to customer service.
• Identify two appropriate methods of communicating with customers

This course is for anyone aged 19 or over and is suitable for those who are new to working in a customer service focused role and wish to develop their customer service knowledge.
No prior knowledge, skills or qualifications are needed, just a willingness to learn.

Notepad, pen and a folder to keep your work in.
Access to a laptop/tablet and have an Email account to access online delivery via Teams or attend in person at Castle House, Elders Street, Scarborough.

There will be group discussion, some small group work, one-to-one tuition and completion of worksheets.
Your teacher will give verbal feedback throughout the course.

You will receive an ALSS certificate of achievement on successful completion of this course.

Level Award for Introduction to Customer Service
Entry Level Certificate for Introduction to Customer Service
Level 1 Award for Introduction to Customer Service
Level 1 Certificate Award for Introduction to Customer Service

This course is being taught online and in a classroom at Castle House in Scarborough at the same time. The number of available places in Scarborough is limited and will be allocated based on the date of application. You must commit to attending either online or at the venue, a mixture of both will not be allowed.
01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
Concessions may be available based on income and benefit status

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