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Sales Manager, Pathway To Recovery Training Series

Sales Manager training develops skills to build a positive reputation for your establishment, convert prospects into customers, increase customer spending and boost establishment revenues.

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Pathway to Recovery Training Series

Sales Manager Training

This training helps you become skilled at motivating staff, handling all elements of the sales cycle and carrying out marketing plans. Learn valuable tips and information that improve how you see, approach and handle key phases of the sale. Discover strategies, processes and tools you can use to help your next sales call be a profitable one. Training includes: Professionalism; Communication; Selling Skills; Product Knowledge; Market Planning; and Human Relations.

This training is led by an experienced and certified STEC instructor who will guide participants through the curriculum.

Two training streams available:

  1. Sales Manager Training only, ideal for employees with previous experience in the industry but new to management level work; and
  2. Sales Manager Training with emerit Professional Certification, recommended for experienced managers.

Prerequisite

  1. Sales Manager Training only: none
  2. Sales Manager Training with emerit Professional Certification: two years of qualified sales experience in the tourism industry

Curriculum

emerit National Sales Manager Training Modules (6 hours)

MODULE A: PRODUCT AND INDUSTRY BACKGROUND

Acquire and maintain knowledge about your company's products and services; Comply with legislation relevant to your job, the tourism sector and its industries; Apply skills in your workplace to promote tourism in your area

MODULE B - PART 1: SALES CYCLES

Describe the sales process, including defining selling terms, identifying sales tool and activities, and describing the sales cycle; Prospect for sources and material/information about potential clients; Approach clients by qualifying them and providing them with information packages; Establish client relationships by maintaining client/contact management files, and conducting familiarization trips and site visits

MODULE B - PART 2: SALES SKILLS

Make sales by following proper guidelines for completing sales calls, conducting sales presentation, identifying client objections, overcoming client excuses, and cross-selling products and services; Close sales by identifying buying signals; Follow up on sales to ensure your clients are satisfied with the product or service

MODULE C: MARKET PLANNING

Define marketing terms; Describe market research by identifying potential market segments, outlining areas of research for target markets, and listing research sources; Implement a marketing plan by defining its components, participating in its preparation, fulfilling your role in following it, and exploring new marketing opportunities

MODULE D: PROFESSIONALISM

Exhibit professionalism; Participate in professional and personal development; Use time management techniques; Manage stress

MODULE E: COMMUNICATION

Use communication skills effectively on the job; Use communication tools effectively and appropriately on the job; Use meeting skills effectively on the job

MODULE F: HUMAN RELATIONS

Maintain positive staff relations; Maintain positive public relations

MODULE G: OFFICE EQUIPMENT

Operate office equipment

MODULE H: CERTIFICATION EXAM PREPARATION

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Proctored certification exam consisting of 125 multiple choice questions based on the National Occupational Standards.

Sales Manager Training: $1,800.00

Upon successful completion of curriculum, trainee receives a certificate of completion and a record of exam score. The trainee is eligible to qualify for emerit Professional Certification upon subsequent completion of experience verification.

Sales Manager Training with emerit Professional Certification: $2,400.00

Upon successful completion of curriculum and experience verification as described below, trainee is awarded emerit Professional Certification as Sales Manager and is entitled to use the Tourism Certified Manager (TCM) designation.

Includes National Occupational Standards and Certification Prep Pack, written exam, and work history verification. Exam consists of 125 multiple choice questions based on the National Occupational Standards. Candidates must have two years of qualified sales experience in the tourism industry. Successful Sales Manager candidates will be awarded the Tourism Certified Professional (TCP) Designation

For more information contact:

  • Lendee Wiebe, Resource and Exam Centre Coordinator, Saskatchewan Tourism Education Council
  • Call toll-free 1-800-331-1529

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