Certificate in Office Administration

Learning Materials: ShrutaRavi Dharanendra | Instructor: Business Hours, Evenings or Weekends

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Program Objective

A Practical Training on Office Administration.

Office Administrator—$4,995

146 Clock Hours

 

Students will gain knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, designing forms, and other office procedures and terminology.

Some of the key work activities associated with careers in this field include:

  • Interacting with Computers — Using computers and computer systems (including hardware and software) to program, write software, set up functions, enter data, or process information.
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates — Providing information to supervisors, co-workers, and subordinates by telephone, in written form, e-mail, or in
  • Documenting/Recording Information — Entering, transcribing, recording, storing, or maintaining information in written or electronic/magnetic
  • Performing Administrative Activities — Performing day-to-day administrative tasks such as maintaining information files and processing

 

The objective of this program is to give the student the knowledge needed to become a Microsoft Office Specialist Master level professional.

Prerequisite: Computers Made Easy, Windows Level 1 or equivalent experience

  • Course Requirements: Beginning, Intermediate & Advanced levels of Word & Excel
  • Beginning & Intermediate levels of PowerPoint, Outlook
  • Required for Completion- 146 Hours
  • Four Certification Exams
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Course Number Course Title Course Outline    Hours/Points
1 MS WORD Create and Manage Documents; Format text, paragraphs, and sections; Create tables and lists; apply references; insert and format objects. 24 Hours/8
2 MS EXCEL Create and manage worksheets and workbooks; Create cells and ranges; Create Tables; Apply formulas and functions; Create charts and objects. 24 Hours/8
3 MS PowerPoint

 

 

Create and manage presentations; insert and format shapes and slides; Create slide content; Apply transitions and animations; Manage multiple presentations. 16 Hours/6

 

4 MS Outlook Manage the outlook environment; Manage messages; Manage Schedules; Manage Contacts and Groups. 16 Hours/6
5 ONE NOTE Manage the OneNote environment; Share and Collaborate with other users; Organize and find notes; Edit and link content in OneNote. 10 Hours/5
6 MS WINDOWS Learn various functionalities of Windows 2010 operating system. Learn how to traverse the directories and the administration functionalities in control panel.  Learn user management, device management and desktop management. 16 Hours/6
7 QuickBooks and Accounting Learn the basics of QuickBooks and understand book keeping, invoicing, receivables, payroll etc. 16 Hours/6
8 Office Management Learn the basics of Office Management including managing resources, communication, managing timesheets and appointments, onboarding, documentation, etc. 16 Hours/6
9 Exam Preparation Provide mock questions and answers in line with certification exams. 8 Hours/3

 

Points/Total Points: 146/50

Sessions: 16-30

Hours per session:  3 – 8

Duration:  4-12 weeks

Weekly Hours: 1040

Grading Scale: Class attendance and exercises (75%), exams, questions and answers (25%)

 Certificate Obtained: Microsoft Office Certification

SrNo. Certification title Required exam
1 MOS: Microsoft Office Word 2013 418
2 MOS: Microsoft Office Excel 2013 420
3 MOS: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013 422
4 MOS: Microsoft Office Outlook 2013 423
5 MOS: Microsoft Office OneNote 2013 421

Certification Cost: $500

Cost: $4995