Support Professional

Overview

The combination of providing resolution to technical problems while maintaining excellent customer service skills creates a unique challenge for today’s support professionals. Customer satisfaction derives from effective communication as much as from obtaining a technical solution. The Support Professional course addresses this challenge.

This two-day course provides the customer skills necessary to deliver quality services in today’s high expectation and complex support environment. This program can provide the distinction that sets individuals and companies apart as the best in the technology support industry. The Support Professional course teaches practical skills in effective communication; professionalism on the telephone and email; questioning techniques; adapting to the customer; dealing with seven types of difficult customer; maintaining credibility and effective teamwork.

Who Should Attend

Support professionals who want to provide exceptional customer support. The program teaches soft skills techniques and strategies to effectively work with all types of customers while solving technical problems over the telephone or via the Internet.

Experienced support professionals who have not received benefit of customer service skills training will gain new skills and reinforce their current practices.

Benefits

  • Improved Customer Satisfaction
  • Improved Participant Morale
  • Increased Staff Retention
  • Standard Customer Service Skills Program for the Organisation

More information

To request a course brochure, please complete our Contact Us form.

254 Comments

  1. Neil White says:

    Although not specific to my job role, course was very useful in refreshing aspects and presenting new ways to do things.

  2. Sabine Karpova says:

    Instructors were very engaging and knowledgable, always had many relevant and useful examples.

  3. Dave Noray says:

    I found the course very beneficial and relevant to my role. Our instructor was very knowledgeable. I enjoyed the last couple of days.

  4. Andy Milsom says:

    Personally not a morning person, was getting a bit tired. But 9am isn’t unreasonable. A light sleeper and room next to the elevator didn’t help 🙁

  5. Pete Nicolson says:

    I didn’t find the energy profiles relevant to my job but I know this is designed as a general course. Possibly a drop in & drop out for relevant sections for people would help with pupils concentration.

  6. Patricia McLaughlin says:

    Very thought provoking and made me think of how I conduct myself in the workplace. Julie was an excellent instructor & i look forward to doing another SGSA course.

  7. Paul Truby says:

    Instructor was very good – in the fact she made the course fun and everyone participated.

  8. Conor Callan says:

    I enjoyed the content and the tone of the class. It wasn’t too formal or casual. Went at a good pace. Teacher was very enthusiastic and engaging.

  9. Paul Whelan says:

    I really enjoyed the course

  10. Sarah Bringold says:

    Julie is such a great instructor, she puts a lot of motivation into her explanations which help following the class and keeping attention.

  11. Andrew Jenkins says:

    Pace could have been slightly quicker.

  12. Daavid Everett says:

    Perhaps a little rushed at times, though completed in the time allotted.

  13. Jason Page says:

    I’ve been on many courses over the past 21 years in support role. As such, I’ve had training in most of these areas. Instructor was superb.

  14. Rocco Theunissen says:

    I would not change a thing.

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