Diplomas are typically offered through community or technical schools. Diploma programs take a shorter time to complete than bachelor's or associate degree programs, making them an ideal option for people looking to jumpstart their career.
An administration program gives students a thorough understanding of how companies work together. Additionally, students may gain many of the skills needed in a fast-paced business environment, such as good communication and management, and how to make sound decisions.
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The Administrative Office Associate Diploma program is designed to prepare students for employment with financial institutions, retail establishments, manufacturers, private organizations, and Civil Service. [+]
The Administrative Office Associate Diploma program is designed to prepare students for employment with financial institutions, retail establishments, manufacturers, private organizations, and Civil Service. The graduate’s duties include keyboarding, filing, record keeping, operating office machines, transcribing, using a computer for word processing, spreadsheet, electronic presentation, and database projects, handling telephone services, and taking care of general office administration. NIACC’s classrooms are equipped with the latest in computers, office machines, and equipment. They are also staffed by qualified instructors in the business field.Career Opportunities
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The Medical Office Administration program facilitates the development of clerical skills and introduces students to clinical procedures, Alberta Health Care billing transactions, medical transcription and medical terminology. [+]
Students with a combined interest in medical sciences and business will find career opportunities through CDI College’s Medical Office Administration diploma program. Students begin with classes in information processing, learning Microsoft Word and Excel programs, keyboarding, and information processing. Technical skills in medical terminology, human anatomy, and medical machine transcription are taught in later phases of the Medical Office Administrator program. All students must complete a mandatory practicum in order to graduate. This practicum allows students to apply their education in real-world scenarios. Students are given strong support from CDI College’s career and employment services. Job search and interviewing, employer expectations and resume preparation is offered in the Medical Office Administrator program’s Career and Employment Strategies course to assist students with finding the right job after graduation. Graduates may find employment in a variety of work environments including private medical practices, clinics, and hospitals.... [-]