Customer Service Academy

This course is designed to provide the participant with certain key skills and attitudes in order to effectively provide quality customer service. Participants will identify and define what quality customer service is and will discuss the differences between the public and private sector. The participants will be introduced to the most important qualities that Americans desire in customer service. Topics will also include understanding and exceeding customer expectations, and how to deal with unrealistic expectations. Participants will identify and discuss how “red tape” can affect the level of service provided in the public sector and how to focus on what we can do instead of what we can’t do to serve the  customer.

Topics Covered

  • Introduction to Customer Service
  • Communication in the Workplace
  • Team Building
  • Attitude in the Workplace
  • Values and Ethics
  • Stress Management
  • Time management
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Decision Making and Problem Solving
  • Managing Organizational Change

“Trainer is excellent. I usually don’t enjoy activities done during trainings but these were very fun and informative” – Previous trainee

This class is interactive as well as discussion orientated. It is designed to be fully customizable to your employee training needs and we are able to conduct this training at your site or ours.

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Questions? Please contact us at 559.688.3130 or

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Earn a Badge!

Those who attend the full training will earn their Customer Service Academy Badge! What is a Badge? A badge is an indicator of accomplishment or skill that can be displayed, accessed and verified online.

We want to recognize our learner’s accomplishments and also allow others to recognize their accomplishment. The trainee goes through many hours of training and this badge allows them to have an additional credential to show for it. We want the trainee to be able to share their learning outside of their organization as well (i.e. on their LinkedIn page).

“People enjoy, fundamentally, interacting with other people”, says Elon Musk.

“Though many employers base hiring decisions at least partially on the institutions and employers listed on a candidate’s résumé, others feel those points are irrelevant. Instead, they value traits like self-awareness, adaptability, ability to multitask, and a power to inspire others. ”
– Jared Lindzon