Turning Challenging Clients into Centers of Influence (COI)!

This course is mapped to WSQ Respond to Service Challenges (Course Code: TGS-2019504473) and eligible for the use of SkillsFuture Credit.

Funding Type Full Fee GST Funding Amount Nett Fee Payable (Incl. GST)
Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES) $420 $37.80 ($294) $163.80
Normal Subsidy $420 $37.80 ($210) $247.80
Without Funding $420 $37.80 ($0) $457.80
Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES): Singaporean aged 40 years and above
Normal Subsidy: Singaporean/PR aged 21 years and above
Without Funding: Foreigners, and Singaporean/PR aged below 21

Course Fee Funding
Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy (MCES): 70% of course fee
Normal Subsidy: 50% of course fee
Eligible for SkillsFuture Credit

2 CPD Generic Credits (G)

*Accreditation of Generic points will be subjected to the approval of your respective agency’s KEO with a valid e-certification of attendance.

Training Duration
16.00 hours, Full Time
Course Language

Course Content

This training equips client-facing professionals with essential skills for addressing difficult client situations using effective communication, both verbal and non-verbal. Participants learn to recognize early signs of potential service issues and apply strategic service recovery methods to not just salvage, but manage the challenges with finesse so that the relationship with the client not only remains intact but potentially becomes stronger than before. This concept, often referred to as the service recovery paradox, suggests that clients may end up more satisfied after having a problem effectively solved than if they had never encountered a problem in the first place. Essentially, it's about turning service setbacks into opportunities and building greater client loyalty.

Participants who fulfil all requirements will receive a Statement of Attainment (SOA) issued by the SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG). The course is a joint collaboration between RIA School Of Real Estate and Service Quality Centre Pte. Ltd.

Course Objectives
  1. Recognise triggers that may lead to potential service challenges
  2. Use service recovery strategies to respond effectively to preserve and strengthen the client relationship
  3. Escalate unresolved service challenges in accordance with the organisation’s guidelines
Minimum Entry Requirement

Basic entry requirement to the real estate industry, learners will have at least: - 4 GCE O levels or equivalent - Level 5 and above Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) assessment in these 5 components (Reading, Listening, Speaking, Writing and Numeracy). - Main language: English

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