SERVING CUSTOMERS WITH LANGUAGE BARRIERS OVER THE PHONE


LIVE WEBINAR

June 10 and 12 2020

Here is a customer service training event you will not want to miss! Hone your cultural competency skills and create an excellent customer service experience every time.

NOTE:  The content of this webinar has been originally delivered to over 400 participants  sector-wide across Canada, within a  3-hour workshop time frame.   Approximate length is 1 hours and 30 minutes.

In this interactive,  practically-based webinar you will learn how to: 


· Tell if the caller has a genuine language barrier or merely a heavier accent. 
· Understand and decipher common distorted pronunciation and grammatical patterns with helpful tips and tricks. 
· Speak more clearly. 
· Read numbers and spell using an ESL alphabet. 
· Tell what tense the caller is speaking. 
· Guide the caller to obtaining vital information. 
· Calm distressed callers with three simple words. 
· Deal with common stressors including impolite and uncooperative callers. 
·  Simplify industry terms using clear language

Past participants have included:  9-1-1 call takers, receptionists, intake workers, crisis centre workers, program coordinators, salespeople and police officers.
Supplementary materials are available for purchase:
The 9-1-1  Call Taker Clear Language Guide  
Telephone Training Job Aids

NOTE:  Please be advised that each participant will require a unique password. Pricing is per participant. No sharing of codes is permitted. Participants who enter the webinar room without paying the registration  will be asked to leave.  Your co-operation is appreciated. This webinar is offered at half price. Thank you for supporting a small business during these challenging times.
If you have any questions, please contact   519-659-4777.  evelina@diversityatworkcommunications.com

Learn more and register at https://www.diversityatwork

communications.com/webinars

Contact Diversity at Work to arrange a convenient time for your organization to attend. 519-549-4777.

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