This course dives deep into the case management process and how to identify key issues that need to be documented throughout the evolution of a case. You will examine the reasons why documentation is so critical in the field of IT Support, and why it is so crucial for capturing all viewpoints within case documentation, from the support agent, to the customer, and to any other internal resource who may get involved.
The course begins with an analysis of how to document different types of support cases, from advisory cases to reactive cases to escalated cases. The course then introduces you to various types of tools used to document cases. And finally, the course concludes with an examination of the different types of questions that a support agent needs to ask and document based on specific workflow situations.
At the completion of the course, the student will have a greater appreciation for the importance of maintaining complete, detailed, and accurate documentation and when and how to apply that knowledge.
This is the last in a series of four courses that are targeted to individuals who are considering a move into IT Support. This course is a follow up on the IT Support Troubleshooting course.
Length: 5 weeks Effort: 3 to 4 hours per week
Tony Frink - Senior Content Development Manager, Microsoft
Mike Orlowicz - Business & Financial Consultant / IT Course Development & Delivery, Lawrence Associates LLC
Bernie Lawrence - CEO, Lawrence Associates LLC
This programme requires students to demonstrate proficiency in English.Schedule IELTS
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