Managing unreasonable conduct training

Increase your confidence to deal with difficult client behaviour when delivering services to the public. You will also learn strategies to prevent and manage unreasonable conduct and promote best practice customer service.

This half-day course is designed to help you manage unreasonable conduct. It includes tips and traps, various scenarios, and group activities with clear strategies to help manage unreasonable behaviour. It is suitable for frontline staff, complaints officers, managers, supervisors and anyone who is in contact with customers or the public.

It promotes a straightforward approach to preventing and managing unreasonable conduct. It examines the various categories of unreasonable conduct, what it is and why it happens. The course covers unreasonable behaviour received by phone, face-to-face and in writing and provides practical strategies to prevent and manage unreasonable conduct.

At the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • understand what unreasonable conduct is
  • identify early warning signs
  • apply strategies to prevent and manage the conduct.    

Who can attend?

Staff from different Queensland government organisations can attend our open training sessions held in Brisbane and regional areas. Group sessions may be a more cost effective option if you have ten or more staff.

Open sessions

Cost: $290 (+GST) per person, full catering included.

Upcoming open sessions

Group sessions

Group sessions may be a more cost effective option if you have ten or more staff. With enough time and notice trainers may be able to tailor your group session. Additional costs may apply if extensive tailoring is required.

Cost: $2,900 + GST (per group, maximum of 25 in group).

Catering and venue are to be arranged by the booking organisation. No further costs are charged for travelling regionally. Pricing applies for South East Queensland locations and regional Queensland locations.

To find out more information or make a booking, email or phone (07) 3005 7023.

Last updated: Monday, 1 July 2019 7:48:59 AM