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Meeting and Greeting Customers Certificate


£21 inc VAT
Study method
1 hour · Self-paced
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Lifetime access
No formal qualification
1 CPD hours / points
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Customers form an opinion of a business within a few seconds. Creating a positive first impression is pivotal to a company’s success. Even if a business sells exceptional products and services, they are unlikely to establish a good reputation if their customer service is poor.

One of the most important skills in customer service is meeting and greeting. In this course, you will learn how to project a professional air from the moment you meet a customer and how to foster a positive relationship that will encourage them to return again and again.


1 CPD hours / points
Accredited by Centre of CPD Excellence


What You Will Learn:

- Why knowing how to meet and greet customers is an essential business skill

- How your mindset dictates the way others see you

- What to do if you are too busy to deal with a customer or visitor

- Mistakes that will leave your customers or visitors with a negative impression of you and your business

- The five basic customer needs and how to ensure that you meet them every time

- What to do if you do not have a ready answer or solution to a customer’s problem

Benefits of Taking This Course:

- If you work as a receptionist or similar public-facing role, this course will teach you how to make a good first impression

- If you work in customer support or aftersales, this course will help you handle problems and complaints with minimal fuss

- If your role entails public speaking or training, this course will help improve your confidence and, by extension, your performance

- If your role entails interviewing job candidates, this course will teach you how to put them at ease and make the interviewing experience more pleasant for both of you

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