Microsoft Outlook Course

Course Overview

Number of Modules
Complete 6 Modules to Pass

Pass Mark


After each Major Section/Module

Learning Material

Included in Transcript

Course Outline

Module 1:
Basics of Outlook

  • Role of call centres and technology usage
  • Significance of excellent customer service for successful career as call centre agents

Module 2:
Sending and Receiving Mails

  • Essential customer service skills for call center agents
  • Effective customer communication
  • Handling difficult situations with empathy and professionalism
  • Mastering problem-solving for strong customer relationships

Module 3:
Organising and Managing Emails

  • Deep understanding of product offerings and services
  • Effective communication of product features and benefits
  • Proficiency in identifying and addressing customer needs
  • Mastering persuasive communication techniques for successful sales closing

Module 4:
Managing Contacts

  • Enhancing verbal and written communication skills
  • Practicing clear and empathetic interactions with customers
  • Learning conflict resolution techniques
  • Importance of maintaining professionalism in challenging customer situations

Module 5:
Managing your Calendar

  • Effective monitoring and evaluation of customer interactions
  • Ensuring adherence to established quality standards
  • Importance of compliance with legal regulations
  • Emphasis on data privacy and security practices in call centre operations

Module 6:
Collaborating with Calendars

  • Effective task prioritisation in a call centre environment
  • Juggling multiple calls and inquiries while maintaining productivity
  • Setting realistic goals and monitoring progress
  • Utilising tools like calendars, to-do lists, and time-tracking software to prevent burnout and improve customer service

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1. Basics of Outlook

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2. Sending and Receiving Mails

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3. Organising and Managing Emails

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4. Managing Contacts

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5. Managing your Calendar

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6. Collaborating with Calendars

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