We’ll help you make the most of FixMyStreet Pro to reduce customer service tasks and improve your response times.
Our services are already extremely user-friendly and easy to use — both for members of the public making reports, and for the council staff who see those reports through to fulfilment.
That said, it’s good to ensure that you’re making the most of every feature. That’s why we offer free training for your staff, when you opt for the Silver or Gold tiers.
Training workshop for up to 12 staff – usually across two or three sessions – covering admin, setup, customer service workflow, and performance reporting.
Training workshop for up to 40 staff – usually across five or six sessions – covering admin, setup, customer service workflow, performance reporting and inspection services.
As a remote organisation, we’re fully equipped to deliver meaningful training online. Via state of the art remote working technology, we’ll ensure your team can learn the ropes on the same machines they’ll be using to access FixMyStreet Pro each day — even if they’re working from home.
We train up to eight members of staff per session, so that we can give full attention to each person, dealing with individual issues or questions as they arise. Each session takes two hours, and we can run up to three sessions per day.
Training will be tailored to staff roles (i.e. customer service officers, inspectors, superadmin, etc). We can train all types of staff at once, but if practical, and if you have multiple workshops booked, it’s very helpful to have staff who will hold the same role in the same session.
During the training, you’ll learn about:
Admin and setup
Customer service workflow
Additionally, inspectors will learn how to:
There’ll also be plenty of time for asking questions and discussing any issues specific to your council.
Each member of staff will need access to FixMyStreet via a computer terminal with an internet connection.
Participants should bring the necessary equipment to take notes, either by hand or on their computer — either way, they will need to access these notes for reference in the coming weeks.