Are you a small contact centre operation that is looking to improve your forecasting and scheduling?

Workforce planning is more important now than ever. With changing shift patterns to adapt to changing colleague needs, getting your scheduling right and working for your operation is critical.

If your centre has been planning using intuition and now you want to produce data to support your decisions and check the accuracy of assumptions, then this very practical course will help you improve short, medium and long term planning outputs, track shrinkage and forecast accuracy, produce FTE requirements and identify periods of under/over staffing. Delegates will learn about the challenges of Real Time Management and the importance of tracking the advisor use of activity codes.

This is a highly practical three-part virtual training course only available for a a maximum of 10 delegates. We will use simple Excel models which the delegates can take away to adapt and develop to meet the needs of your centre.

By the end of this course attendees will be able to:

  • Forecasting contact volume & AHT
  • Forecast accuracy tracking
  • Shrinkage tracking & measurements
  • Scheduling to meet demand and offline activities
  • Predicting service levels
  • Occupancy & aux codes
  • Forecasting agent requirements
  • Producing summary data for operation including “Hotspots”

Ideally, delegates should:

  • Have some prior knowledge and experience of resource planning
  • Have basic Microsoft Excel skills – the course is not designed for those with Intermediate/Advanced skills
  • Have an understanding of how current schedules are produced

Format

Three 2-hour online sessions on Monday, Wednesday & Friday with delegates reviewing models and raising questions after each session.

How to book

Please complete the form below to book your place and places for colleagues. We will raise an invoice, so if you need to provide a purchase order number, please do so in the form or email it to info@ccma.org.uk.

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Where and when?

Three 2-hour online sessions

Date: Mon 28 Sep, Wed 30 Sep and Fri 2 Oct

Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location: Online

Who is it for?

Planners in small centres (up to about 30 agents) with limited experience and with no access to Workforce Management software.

Why should you go?

To improve your forecasting and scheduling models and outputs.

How much is it?

CCMA members: £449*

Additional places £399*

Non-members: £499*

Additional places £449*

*excludes VAT

About the trainer

Christine Chapman is a seasoned resource planning trainer. Back in 1998 she was promoted at Nationwide Building Society to Resource Planning Manager supporting 450 colleagues in the contact centre. Since then she has gone on to deliver WFM best practice and training projects across the world.

Book your place(s)


Please book places on this event for the following people:

Attendee 1: (If the organiser is also attending please add yourself as attendee 1)

Attendee 2:

Attendee 3:

Attendee 4:

Attendee 5:

Attendee 6:

By completing this form you agree to the CCMA using your personal data in accordance with our Privacy Policy. We use your data to personalise and improve your experience on our digital platforms, send you relevant communications, provide products and services you request from us, and to carry out profiling and market research. You have the right to object, unsubscribe or be deleted from our database. Please contact info@ccma.org.uk.

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