Date(s) - 15/01/2019 - 18/01/2019
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Join Skills for Change for a free 4-day customer service workshop to jump-start your career in customer service!
Join us for a 4-day free training session which will include a Cash Register Hands-on Training from 1;30pm to 4pm from October 23, 2018 – October 26, 2018.
A Certification of Completion will be provided at the end of the program and there will be 2- 4 weeks optional unpaid placement for those who interested in seeking immediate employment in the Retail Industry or related jobs.
Financial Incentive will be provided those who secure employment after going through the program.
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Preparing to work in Customer Service
1. Orientation to the program, expectations, responsibilities
2. Getting to know each other DISCUSSION
3. What makes for good customer service? What can make Customer Service BAD? DISCUSS
4. Dealing with Expectations:
What are the expectations of the employer? DISCUSSION. Some points will be around
Punctuality, Accountability, Team Work, Honesty, Initiative, Dress-code etc
The customer? DISCUSSION – some points will be: Politeness, helpfulness, good listening skills, knowledgeable, initiative, etc
5. Introduce Job Search Strategies and the art of selling yourself
How to communicate effectively with both co-workers and customers
Accountability in our communications
Cross Cultural Communication
Learn how our own personal backgrounds, culture and expectations can lead to
miscommunications and how to avoid them through greater self-awareness
Resume Writing- Highlighting our strengths- Presenting yourself as a Solution to an employers problem
1. Conflict Resolution
Learn about common causes and ways to resolve conflicts in the work place with:
2. Time Management and asking for help
3. Cash register training and the art of giving change
4. Interview Strategies
1. Mock Interview common questions
To register for our services please contact us at 416-572-0490
Skills for Change
Skills for Change is known for pioneering programs that respond to shifting immigration and workplace trends and lead to employment.