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Digital Customer Service Training for your needs

Barona’s outsourcing business dates back to the early 1990s. As the demands for service, quality, and competence in customer service have increased, we have continuously developed and adapted our training programs. Today, these align with the new ethical rules for distance communication with customers and the new ISO standard 18295 for customer contact centers. 

We consider internal training necessary and prioritize continuous education for all our agents. Now, we can offer high-quality training through e-learning, both for our internal staff and external organizations. 

You have the opportunity to spread these customer service training programs over a time period of your choice and can measure the results both at the group and individual levels to identify where further knowledge improvements are needed. After your agents have completed the training with approved results, they are awarded a diploma. 

Basic Training in Ethical Rules 

The ethical rules for distance communication with customers and customer service came into effect on April 1, 2023. These self-regulating rules were developed by various industry stakeholders to ensure secure customer contacts and a safe consumer market. Customer service representatives must be familiar with these rules in their daily customer interactions, which we cover in a course that takes approximately 20-30 minutes and concludes with a knowledge test. 

Course Content: 

  1. Introduction to Kontakta 
  2. Summary of ethical rules for customer service 
  3. Summary of the Consumer Purchase Act 
  4. Summary of the Distance Contracts Act 
  5. Summary of the Consumer Services Act 
  6. ARN’s role in disputes 
  7. Knowledge test 

Barona Academy

  1. The Role of Customer Service Today 
    We start by looking back and describing how the role of customer service has changed and become increasingly important. We provide concrete examples of good and bad customer service and the effects they have generated. 
  2. Difficult Conversations 
    Tips and techniques for making difficult conversations less challenging. How should we act, and how do we use our language? We go through different types of customers and situations and provide tips on how to meet the customer and adapt accordingly. 
  3. The Optimal Call
    We describe how to create a structure in customer conversations for a professional and efficient approach, through the call ladder and a basic dialogue strategy. We provide guidance on how to guide the conversation and what to consider in the different stages. 
  4. Key Skills 
    We go through the skills that an agent should develop to create satisfied customers, why these are important, and provide advice and tips for different customer situations. 
  5. Key Metrics
    We explain why it is crucial to measure customer service and present the most common key metrics such as NKI, NPS, CES, FCR, AHT, and other production metrics. 
  6. Communicate Smart
    An overarching description of the different behavioral profiles and how we can better understand ourselves and others. This is valuable knowledge in customer service to adapt to different customer types.

Further Training: 

Insightful Communication 

By identifying our differences, we create a better understanding of our and others’ strengths and communication patterns. 

Effective Customer Communication 

How to engage in a professional and effective customer dialogue to create value for our clients, end customers, and colleagues. 

Advanced Call Techniques 

We develop your existing knowledge of customer dialogue. This time, we focus on the different parts of the call ladder. 

Want to learn more about our digital training?

Andreas Wiesel
Andreas Wiesel Sales & Business Development Director
+46 70 787 98 02

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