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Workforce Management Essentials

March 20 @ 8:00 am - March 22 @ 5:00 pm

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Workforce Management Essentials

The beauty of workforce management is that its core principles and applications require no specific software to use, and anyone can pick them up.

But despite being vital to the contact centre, back office and retail industries, WFM remains one of their least-understood functions.

This 3-day course is designed to teach you the foundations of good WFM, and how to implement them in your own business.

Let’s explore a brief overview of the course and how it is implemented.

Workforce management is a series of processes designed to optimise the productivity of your agents, increase customer satisfaction rates, and maximise your bottom line. Often, these processes are a conjunction of best practice principles, like those taught on our WFM course, and advanced software platforms, which help put them into practice.

Call Design’s WFM course is specifically designed to set the foundations of good WFM in your business, covering topics like:

  • Forecasting and scheduling
  • Better communication
  • Analysis and contingency planning

To make learning WFM skills easier, we’ve broken down the processes into six key modules.

The modules will walk you through the best practice theory of WFM, and like we mentioned before, they require no specific software to use immediately within your business.

If you’re in charge of agents and in a position to make changes that will increase efficiency, this course is for you.

It’s particularly relevant to WFM managers, workforce planners, schedulers, training managers and team leaders.

Auscontact Members price: $2,800

Download the WFM Essentials course brochure to find out more


March 20 @ 8:00 am
March 22 @ 5:00 pm
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Call Design Melbourne
1/75 Lorimer Street
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1300 397 399


1800 025 727


Suitable for:
Workforce Optimisation roles
Start Time
Multiple days