PhoneCoach - Tenant Profiling Training
This 1 or 2 day practical training course concentrates on three areas vital to developing excellent and effective tenant profiling skills: good technique, improved communication skills and a confident approach. The course includes techniques that can be used to develop relationships with customers and improve communications across teams and organisational wide. It enables organisations to work smarter to achieve your outcomes giving you a competitive advantage.
The best way to develop any skills is by practising it; discussing it, watching videos, listening to people, reading notes all help but practice is what helps most – especially practice which can be reviewed and analysed in a safe training environment without the pressure of the job and without a real customer on the other end of the line. This course allows delegates to role-play with up to 12 people on each course and really benefit from being able to listen back immediately to their conversations, allowing them to make mistakes in a safe learning environment NOT with real customers.
Attendees will develop an understanding of the type of information organisations should be collecting in order to plan how to minimise the impact of the Welfare Reforms and the introduction of Universal Credit.
In addition, the course will give attendees a number of easy to use techniques that will promote a positive outlook, improve attendees' frame of mind and will enable them to achieve your goals and targets. This course looks at the key techniques to help you do just that.
The training includes the following but can be tailored to meet your requirements:
- Why it is important to collect information about tenants and household members
- What information you will need and what to do with the information
- Gain key skills in excellent communications, a confident approach and new techniques
- Dealing with callers in a professional, efficient manner
- Maintain a consistent and proactive approach to collecting tenant data
- Communication fundamentals
- Interpersonal communication and first impressions
- Develop excellent face to face, telephone and email communication skills
- How communication is key to getting it right
- How to deal with difficult conversations and situations
- Good and not so good examples of tenant profile questionnaires
- Data storage and data protection
- Welfare Reform – how profiling can help to target resources
- Data Sharing between The DWP and HB Sections
- Best practice, tips and techniques to improve collection of tenant data
- How to build trust and strong relationships with customers
- Transfer of learning – training that can be cascaded to new starters
This in-house course, is endorsed by a large, national housing provider who said:
“LIN has brought an expert view to advise us on the information we need to collect from our customers that will be crucial for us to effectively manage Welfare Reform and staff feel that they have learnt new skills and techniques that they can apply to their job on a daily basis. All in all very worthwhile training, I would personally recommend this training if you want to see results”.
People who will benefit greatly from attending this course are:
- All staff and managers involved in the collection process who deal with the public either over the telephone, face to face or by email
- Housing staff
- Contact and call centre staff
- Staff responsible for collecting tenant profiling data
This is a first class course which provides measurable outcomes and represents exceptionally good value for money. The training receives excellent feedback from staff who attend and is bespoke to suit each organisations requirements and to ensure that your key messages to staff are delivered. The training is tailored to suit your needs and is either delivered as a full-day basic course or a two-day in-depth bespoke course. If your goal is to continuously deliver excellent customer services, then this course is for YOU.
If you are interested in accessing this training package please contact Claire Turner Director of the Landlord Information Network on T: 01246 413791 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org