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Effective Complaints Handling
Effective Complaints Handling
Description

The Effective Complaints Handling course has been created for both employees and employers. By completing this course you will understand your role in dealing with complaints, the arrangements for dealing with complaints and how to provide an appropriate response to the complaints.

On completion of this course learners will be able to:

    • Explain the difference between a problem, complaint, and a moan and groan
    • Give an example of the behaviours and attitudes customers expect from you
    • Identify the correct complaints procedure in relation to the complaint
    • Summarise the complaints handling process
    • Describe how your organisation can use the lessons learnt from complaints

When you’ve completed this online training you will sit an online test and, once successful, you can download your certificate.

Lesson Plan

The subjects covered in this module include:

      • Why are you required to do this training?
      • What is a complaint?
        • What is a complaint?
        • Lulu and Joyce
        • Your trainer
        • Challenge
        • When does a problem become a complaint?
      • Customer Approach
        • Customer Approach
        • Standards of excellence in customer service
        • 8 key areas of dissatisfaction
        • What are the most important factors to customers?
        • What to most complaints want?
        • Lulu and Ms Jones
        • Approaches to complaints
        • Tips of good communication
        • Challege
        • Impacts of complaints on staff
        • Lulu and Joyce
        • Challenge
      • Early Resolution
      • Analysing and defining complaints
        • Analysing and defining complaints
        • Why have a complaints handling process
        • An overview of the complaints handling process
        • Acknowledge and analyse the complaint
        • Lulu and Ms Jones
        • Clarify the complaint
        • Keep in touch
        • Challenge
      • Investigating Complaints
        • Investigating Complaints
        • Lulu and Joyce
        • Identify and gather evidence
        • Evaluate and analyse information
        • Investigating techniques
        • Lulu and Mr Jones
        • Challege
      • Decision-making
        • Decision-making
        • Lulu and Joyce
        • Influences on decision-making
        • Principles of resolving complaints
        • Remedies – where appropriate
        • Response
        • Structure of response
        • Lulu’s letter
        • Challenge
      • Common problems associated with complaints
        • Common problems associated with complaints
        • Customers and staff don’t make it easy
        • The do’s and don’ts of dealing with difficult customers
        • Lulu and Ms Jones
        • Challenge
      • Learning from complaints
        • Learning from complaints
        • Lulu and Joyce
        • Learning and using complaints to improve service delivery
        • Challenge
      • Good Practice
        • Good Practice
        • Getting it right
        • Being customer focused
        • Being open and accountable
        • Acting fairly and proportionately
        • Putting things right
        • Seeking continuous improvement
        • Investigation
        • Response letter
        • Follow up action
      • Support
        • Support
        • Support for complaints
        • Challenge
      • Procedures
        • Procedures
        • The childrens social care complaints procedure
        • Health and adults complaints procedure
        • Public health complaints procedure
        • School complaints procedure
        • Corporate complaints procedure
        • Challenge
        • Loal government ombudsman
        • Links to other types of procedures
        • Challenge
      • Case Studies

Target Audience

This course is suitable for anyone who works with the general public.

Duration

Approximately 1-2 hours. The length of time taken depends entirely on how quickly you can study and absorb the material.

Accreditation

This course is CPD certified.

Certification

On completion of this course you will be able to print a Virtual College certificate.

Entry Requirements

There are no specific entry requirements for this course, the material is appropriate for all levels. However, the estimated level of audience knowledge is intermediate.

How It Works

How it Works

This is an online course which is studied via the Virtual College Learning Management System, Enable. All of the training is taken online. The course is self-paced so you decide how fast or slow the training goes. You can also revisit the training material, even after you have completed the course.

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When you get to the end, you will be presented with an assessment to check your understanding. Don't worry; in most cases you can take this assessment three times at no extra cost, and we have policies and procedures in place for adding further attempts.

Step 4: Your certificate

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Some courses also include the option of a high-quality posted certificate, for example our Level 2 Food Safety and Hygiene courses.

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