The Sales Essentials Online Learning Programme is built off the back of the Barrett Sales Essentials Transformation Programme, which is the first university accredited sales programme in Australia (comprising a Diploma of Business, a Certificate IV in Business Sales and Certificate IV in Business Administration).
Some things you need to know about Sales Essentials Online Learning Programme:
How does it work?
Each module takes approximately 2-3 hours to complete online and can be done in one or in several sittings. You have up to 16 weeks to complete the entire programme. All modules provide relevant and topical lectures, podcasts, videos, written materials, practical questionnaires and tools, as well as additional resources. You will then need time to start putting things into practice immediately. We offer specific tasks and exercises in each module to direct you through the successful implementation of your new (or refreshed) knowledge and skills.
What are the main topics covered?
Basically the Sales Essentials Online Training Programme covers all the relevant topics for professionals in business-to-consumer and business-to-business sales roles. These include:
For more detailed information on the content of all modules in this online sales course have a look at the Module Overview. For customised requirements please contact us on +61 3 9533 0000 to discuss further.
Lifelong learning must now be a part of everyone’s career plans. In today’s job market, taking Online Sales Training though Online Courses help sales people remain competitive and they do not need to take time off from their jobs to advance their sales skills.
A growing number of employers are turning to online employee training for a hands-on, interactive way for employees to learn. More economical in both time and money than conventional training, this form of training has become more and more popular as Internet technology has improved and Web access has become near ubiquitous.
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Benefit 1: Cost Saving
It is no secret that classroom based training can be extremely costly. Not only is the cost of training high, due to large overheads, but on top of this there are often travel expenses, accommodation and expenses costs and most importantly the cost of lost productivitywhile the workforce is away on training. E-Learning reduces these costs dramatically because the participants study from the office, home or on the road, so no expensive travel or accommodation costs, but importantly the learning is flexible, so the student can fit their studying around work commitments and at a pace to suit them.
Barretts Head of Coaching, Robyn Creed, tells My Business Magazine her Top 8 Tips for Time Poor Executives
Barrett is pleased to see their Head of Coaching, Robyn Creed, tell My Business magazine her top 8 tips for time poor executives.
Robyn's tips are designed to help busy executives cope with the significant amount of pressure associated with their roles, and she addresses crucial issues including mental wellbeing, planning and prioritising and team performance.
Robyn specialises in Executive and Sales Leadership providing expert coaching in Sales Leadership, Selling, and Leadership capabilities.
Sales coaching is fast becoming an important outsourced service for many businesses who want to offer their staff access to authentic coaching in an agenda-free environment.
To view Robyn Creed's tips please go to 8 Tips for Time-Poor Executives.