Your Customers need to know how much you care, but they also want to know that you have the competence to guide, direct, recommend, or select the best option for their flooring. Product knowledge is a vital sales requirement if you are to compete successfully and acquire satisfied customers.
Learn what you need to know as quickly as you can. Product Knowledge doesn't make up for poor people skills, poor selling skills, or poor attitude, but, if you are able to master all four, there will be little you can't achieve.
Are your salespeople equipped with the knowledge that they need to perform their jobs at their highest potential?
This course identifies and covers the key topics that every salesperson should understand. From product knowledge and sales to measuring and color training, this course is Mohawk Unviersity's most popular course held in Dalton, GA.
Included in the course is a Mill Tour at the Aladdin facility.
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This course is offered through Mohawk University as INFORMATION ONLY, you will not receive Continuing Education Units for this course. Contact CRI for locations that offer CEUs.
This course covers construction and performance specifications.
This course will allow you to learn the details with carpet backing and the backing process.
This presentation was developed to explain why carpet is tested, Identify the organizations that develop standards testing, summarize what different test methods measure each measured characteristic is important and list what tests are required by law.
This course covers types of dye methods, the process, machines used for each method and characteristics of each dye method.
Part of the Carpet and Rug Institute library of courses, 202 Fibers and Yarn is one of the six-presentation series on carpet manufacturing.
This course is for informational purposes only and does not offer CEU credits. For CEU credits, visit Hanley Wood University.
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Through knowledge, we will strive to be the catalyst, the instrument, the process, and the partner for retailers to achieve their goals and dreams.