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Better customer relationships lead to a better bottom line
Canadian Management Centre’s Customer Service training courses provide the skills and techniques to understand customer service and mprove customer satisfaction. Whether you’re a front-line staff member or a customer service manager, you’ll discover the strategies and best practices used by highly successful, world-class organizations that deliver superior service to customers.
And, our customer service training courses are scheduled nationally to offer you the most flexibility in developing your customer service skills. Courses are currently offerred in Toronto.
" Significantly exceeded my expectations. By far the best Unit have taken so far (I,II,III). "
" Jim was a great facilitator and kept the energy level high. The course was fast-moving and applicable. "
" The course offered a clear and concise approach to the presentation and support material - very focused. "
" I enjoyed the interaction. It was a very good opportunity to exchange on the different subject that we touched. "
" This course worked well for me as a new buyer. "
" Course material was very organized and easy to read. It will be a good resource in the future. The course leader was very knowledgeable and personable. "
" I liked the real-life examples provided by the instructor and by others in the class - it allowed me to see how I might apply what I was learning to my own situation. "
" Thank you so much. I walked away with more than I expected. "
Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.
" This was very interesting and useful given that is was delivered in the context of real life experiences and the workplace rather than approaching it from a theoretical point of view. "