Telecommunications Collections: Customer Service
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The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Telecommunications Collections: Customer Service program is designed to provide students with the training required for providing collections customer service in the telecommunications industry. Courses will cover communications, company services and markets, billing and payment procedures, and demonstration of effective customer service while completing collections procedures.
This program is offered through an educational partnership. Employment by the partnership organization is required for admission.
This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
Students must earn a grade of C or better for all courses required within the program.
- Compare and contrast various communications markets. (CSR163)
- Demonstrate effective customer support and professional interaction. (CSR163, CSR164, CSR165)
- Review billing and payment procedures. (CSR164, CSR165)
- Employ effective integration of customer service and technology. (CSR164, CSR165, CSR166)
- Complete collection procedures. (CSR164, CSR165, CSR166)
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|CSR163||Telecommunications Industry Collections Customer Service||1|
|CSR164||Telecommunications Industry Receivables Management||2|
|CSR165||Collections Customer Service||2|
|CSR166||Telecommunications Industry Collections||2|
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