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This profession is all about welcoming visitors and guests.

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What does a Receptionist do?

Receptionists are the figurehead of companies, museums, clinics or hotels. As a Receptionist you greet guests personally and are usually the first person visitors come into contact with. Depending on where you work, you provide information, accept luggage, inform the person with whom the visitor has an appointment about their arrival and accompany the visitor to the waiting room. In doing so, you make the visitors feel at ease.

What is important?

  • Customer and service orientation
  • Knowledge of human nature
  • Good verbal communication skills

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Courses for Receptionists

The Level 1 = basic level is meant to give the very first basics for a profession, more like an orientation towards that profession. The Level 2 = intermediate level is for people that have mastered the basic courses and want to get a more detaile knowledge for a profession. The Level 3 = advanced level is meant for people who already have knowledge in a specific industry and want to learn about specifications in that industry. The Level 4 = professional level is being designed for all those that are already working and want to acquire some new knowledge for that profession.

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