WEBINAR - Telephone Training for Dealing with Language Barriers
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About the Event
NOTE: The content of this webinar has been originally delivered to over 400 participants sector-wide across Canada, within a 3-hour workshop time frame. Approximate length is 1 hours and 30 minutes.
In this interactive, practically-based webinar you will learn how to:
· Tell if the caller has a genuine language barrier or merely a heavier accent.
· Understand and decipher common distorted pronunciation and grammatical patterns with helpful tips and tricks.
· Speak more clearly.
· Read numbers and spell using an ESL alphabet.
· Tell what tense the caller is speaking.
· Guide the caller to obtaining vital information.
· Calm distressed callers with three simple words.
· Deal with common stressors including impolite and
· Simplify industry terms using clear language
Past participants have included: 9-1-1 calltakers, receptionists, intake workers, crisis centre workers, program coordinators, salespeople and police officers.
This webinar includes an electronic job aid.
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This webinar is provided for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal or professional advice. No user should act on the basis of any material contained in the webinar without obtaining proper legal or other professional advice specific to their situation.
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- Webinar - Telephone$75+$9.75 HST$75+$9.75 HST0$0