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Need essential office skills?Bridging courses and entry-level qualifications will bring newcomers up to speed.
Seeking recognition for your experience?Choosing a Certificate IV or Diploma allows administration assistants to upskill and boost their career prospects.
Serious about business?Our Double Diploma and postgraduate courses give a professional edge to complementary qualifications, including business and human resources.
Good administration is the key to the smooth functioning of most organisations and a qualification in this discipline gives you excellent foundational skills for business and project management. These skills are always in demand across all industries and can lead to opportunities in other areas such as accounts and management.
- We offer Certificate IV to postgraduate qualifications, to consolidate your administration experience or add complementary skills to an existing business degree.
- Secure a role as a receptionist, office assistant or personal assistant, or pursue specific areas such as accounts payable and receivable, office manager, administration manager and senior management roles.
- A Courses Now consultant can help you find the right course to suit your experience level and fit in with your day-to-day commitments.
Administration skills are highly valued in the business world across all industries and a diligent graduate can quickly rise to a lucrative career as an executive assistant. The versatility of administration also gives graduates opportunities to enter complementary areas including accounts, business, marketing, event management and project management.
The courses on offer provide students with the knowledge and skills to establish and maintain a workgroup network, manage meetings, plan and manage conferences, plan or review administration systems, manage payroll and manage business document design and development.
As a generalist role, administration spans all organisations, public, private and non-profit, across all industries, enabling flexibility in future career paths.
Those in administration roles need not join a professional association to practice, however may benefit from becoming a member of a society such as the Executive Assistant Network for senior personal and executive assistants.
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