Online course “Standard Requirements to Customer Service Quality of Administrative Service Centres (ASCs)” is the first Ukrainian online training course designed specifically for ASC employees. More than 70% of ASC staff from all over Ukraine have completed this online training. Everyone interested may sign up for the online course right now.
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The main objective of the online course is shaping a new practice of interaction and communication with customers and restoring public confidence in state authorities.
This course is developed on peer-to peer principles with recommendations from the practitioners and a psychologist. It is useful and interesting not only for ASC employees, but also for the representatives of state authorities, local self-governments and all socially minded citizens, who support reforms and seek proper servicing.
The training course programme is based on the handbook “Standard Requirements to the Customer Service Quality of Administrative Service Centres” featuring the accepted service standards, the code of conduct and the requirements to ASC administrators. Alongside this, the handbook describes personal qualities, knowledge, skills and the rules of behaviour of ASC employees.
The main aspects of the course include not only personal standards of good-quality servicing (specifically, communication manner and internal rules of conduct), but also the examples of settling non-standard situations and the analysis of ASC performance quality. READ MORE →
Online course objectives
- Shaping a new practice of interaction and communication with customers
- Restoring public confidence in state authorities
- Ensuring excellent customer servicing at the Administrative Service Centres
- Training ASC employees to find the ways to effectively address a non-standard or conflict situation during customer servicing
- Showing ASC managers how to create conditions for high customer satisfaction?
- Forming and supporting of a positive image of the ASC
The course comprises 11 modules
- The story behind, the objective and the main tasks for implementing the unified standards of customer servicing at Administrative Service Centres
- Personal standards of good-quality servicing and customer interaction principles
- Administrators’ appearance
- Working day (preparation, tuning-up positive mindset for the working day, ending of the working day)
- Professional communication rules
- Secrets of successful communication
- Customer servicing
- Service provision via information and communication technologies (rules and procedures)
- ASC administrator’s actions in non-standard situations
- ASC performance management
- Customer service quality control and positive publicity about ASC activities
Main messages of the course
Personal standards of good-quality servicing
- Appearance and neat corporate uniform
- Individual approach
- Calm and appropriate behaviour in non-standard situations
- Accuracy and precision when providing services
Customer interaction principles
- Accessibility principle
- Good-quality servicing principle
- Feedback principle
- Operational efficiency principle
- Fairness principle
- Principle of business processes transparency
Online course contributors
- Oleksandr Andrieiev, Project Manager of Administrative Services Reform Office (Expert Deployment for Governance and Economic Growth (EDGE) Project)
- Oleksandr Kamenchuk, Head of Department for Development of Administrative Service Delivery System at the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine
- Oleksii Kubar, Coordinator of Administrative Reform in Eastern Ukraine II Project being implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
- Nataliia Shamrai, Head of All-Ukrainian Association of Administrative Service Centres, Director of Administrative Service Department (Centre) at Kyiv City State Administration
- Liza Zhukovska, Technical Advisor for Administrative Services at Administrative Reform in Eastern Ukraine II Project being implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
- Valentyna Bartoshyk, Director of Administrative Service Department at Lviv City Council, Member of All-Ukrainian Association of Administrative Service Centres
- Vitalii German, Deputy Mayor of Rivne, Member of All-Ukrainian Association of Administrative Service Centres
- Larysa Karpyak, Director of Department “Lutsk Administrative Service Centre” at Lutsk City Council, Member of All-Ukrainian Association of Administrative Service Centres
- Bohdan Pytel, Director of Ivano-Frankivsk Administrative Service Centre
- Vira Romanova, PhD in Psychology, Counselling Psychologist
- Nataliia Tkach, Deputy Director of Administrative Service Department (Centre) at Kyiv City State Administration