Part time Course in Administration in Ontario in Canada

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Administrative Assistant

IBT College
Campus Part time 21 weeks September 2017 Canada Toronto

The Administrative Assistant course is suitable to those who are seeking to enter the lucrative world of office careers. Administrative Assistants provide high-level administrative support by preparing reports, handling information requests, and performing clerical functions such as preparing correspondence, arranging meetings and receiving visitors. Experienced Administrative Assistants may also train and supervise lower level clerical staff or provide accounting support. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Administration in Ontario in Canada. The Administrative Assistant Course is suitable to those who are seeking to enter the lucrative world of office careers. Administrative Assistants provide high-level administrative support by preparing reports, handling information requests, and performing clerical functions such as preparing correspondence, arranging meetings and receiving visitors. Experienced Administrative Assistants may also train and supervise lower level clerical staff or provide accounting support. The Administrative Assistant course is a ministry approved and recognized diploma program. The course takes 21 weeks to complete full-time. Part-time option is also available. The course is taught hands-on with practical assignments, projects and presentations. We are proud of our unique, personalized training of administrative assistants that is supported by instructors highly qualified and experienced in the field of office administration. Course Highlights MS Office (MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access, MS Outlook) Office Procedures Business Communication Business Law Bookkeeping and Accounting Level 1 & 2. Our Graduates Find Employment As Office Administrator Administrative Assistant Executive Assistant Receptionist Clerical Supervisor Office Support Office manager and other. Admission Requirements Applicants must have a Canadian high school diploma of grade 12 or equivalent, or apply as mature students (18 years of age or older) AND pass the Scholastic Entrance Exam administered by IBT College. An assessment interview is also required for some of the courses prior to being accepted into the chosen course. Financial Aid IBT College offers flexible monthly payment plans with no interest. Students may apply for a student line of credit through major financial institutions or through contacting IBT College's representative at selected financial institutions. IBT College also accepts HRSDC (EI) and Social Assistance recipients. [-]