This Office Automation training course is aimed for students, who aspire to pursue their employment in an office environment. This course is designed to provide students professional competencies and equip them with the modern office methods, practices and procedures. Learn and practice the critical skills businesses are looking for in candidates for administrative assistant, records clerk, and other office positions.
Student Learning Outcomes
- Computer Literacy
- Microsoft Office, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, and Outlook
- Improve Keyboarding & 10-Key techniques
- Efficient Internet Research
- Spelling, Punctuation, and Grammar
- General Office Skills; File Management, Record Filing, Telephone & Email Etiquette
- Intuit QuickBooks Accounting
- Creating Fillable Forms with Adobe Acrobat Pro
- Successful completion of the courses listed above
- Minimum keyboarding speed of 45 net words per minute
Employers across many industries and fields expect job seekers to have Microsoft Office skills, and it’s probably the most universally-utilized software in businesses around the globe. You may not need to be an expert in MS Office for your next job, but you’ll improve your job prospects and be considered for most roles if you’re at least acquainted with the basics. Because administration is such a broad category, there are many different administrative job titles.
Below is a list of common administrative job titles organized by job type.
|· Office Coordinator||· Records Clerk|
|· Receptionist||· Data Entry Operator|
|· Administrative Assistant||· Office Assistant|