Certificate in Customer Service
These qualifications require individuals to demonstrate competence against National Occupational Standards (NOS) which are based on the needs of the Customer Service sector as defined by the Sector Skills Council. As such they contribute to the development of skilled labour in the sector.
To achieve a full Level 2 Certificate in Customer Service, candidates must achieve 28 credits; 8 credits from the mandatory units and 20 credits from optional units.
Candidates must select at least 1 unit from each optional group. A minimum of 11 credits from optional units must be at Level 2.
A successful organisation relies on its customer services team and employers in all industries are looking for skilled customer care employees. These qualifications show employers that you have the skills and knowledge they are looking for and will help you progress in your career.
A Certificate in Customer Service is ideal for anyone who’s interested in developing their career in a customer service role.
You might be looking for a first job, going back to work or proving your skills to help you get a promotion.
You’ll probably be the sort of person who enjoys talking and listening to people, answering questions, and helping to sort out queries and complaints