The Office Administration diploma program at the National Academy of Health and Business is designed to expertly prepare students for a rewarding career in office administration. With the number of businesses in Canada growing every day, there are ample opportunities for skilled, energetic and bright individuals to take on rewarding roles in office administration. This course is designed to provide the core fundamental skills employers look for in administrative professionals, easing your transition from school to the workforce.
The foundation of this program is on the development of strong administrative, word processing, and office support skills. As well as learning the basics like the Microsoft Office suite and other software applications, students will learn excellent team building skills, business communication skills and more. Students then focus on obtaining the required skills to fulfill the vast array of administrative requirements that office work demands, ensuring that they’re a welcome addition to any workplace.
The program is predominately computer-based, with a focus on “hands-on” training. It is slanted towards team-building and collaborative work and is intended to develop necessary computer skills and familiarize the student with today’s most popular office software applications. A diploma in Office Administration from the National Academy of Health and Business will equip students with the necessary training to be successful in the fast-paced technological office environment of today.
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- MS Windows
- MS Word
- MS Excel
- MS PowerPoint
- MS Access
- Outlook & Email
- Communication Essentials
- Office Procedures
- Business Communications
- Accounting Essentials
- Employment Achievement Strategies
Program Length: 18 weeks
With the practical knowledge and real world skills you’ll gain in the Office Administration program, you’ll be prepared to work as an administrative assistant in a variety of settings from big corporations to working as an assistant for a small business or entrepreneur. Some of the rich and rewarding careers you could find yourself in include payroll, accounting, human resources and bookkeeping!
The Office Administration program is eligible for up to five different funding options, including the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), Employment Insurance, Second Career Payment Plans and even loans facilitated by us.