Frontline skills for complaint handling - community services

This workshop focuses on developing effective skills and appropriate strategies for complaint handling. Participants are given a step by step model for dealing with complaints; they examine different types of complainant behaviour, and also explore how to overcome personal and organisational barriers to making and resolving complaints.

Who should attend

All community services staff, especially frontline staff or those who have regular, high volume contact with clients and customers, face to face or by phone.

Learning outcomes

By completing this workshop, participants will have information to:

  • understand and identify a complaint
  • improve their complaint handling skills
  • consider complaints from a ‘complainant perspective’
  • raise awareness of the value of complaints
  • examine different strategies for handling complaints
  • become more confident in their ability to handle complaints
  • identify who should respond to a complaint
  • understand the roles and functions of the Ombudsman.

Duration

This is a one-day workshop, running 9.30am-4pm.

Fee

$252.73 + GST (total cost $278)

This training is available on our calendar of training as well as in-house. Email or contact us for in-house training details, fees and to discuss your training needs. Register for workshop or event

Events

  • 10 May 2017
    Orange
    09:30 - 16:00 (6 hours and 30 minutes)
  • 21 June 2017
    Sydney CBD
    09:30 - 16:00 (6 hours and 30 minutes)

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