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OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

The Office Administration – General Program is designed to provide students with knowledge of business concepts required for today’s ever-changing business environment with a focus on critical thinking skills and team building. This program provides students with a broad understanding of business practices. The experience and skills gained will enable graduates to progress to more responsible roles in accounting, marketing, operations, personnel or general administration.

Program of study includes: Essential Skills, MS Windows, MS Word, MS Excel Level 1, MS PowerPoint, MS Access, Outlook & Email, Communication Essentials, Business Communications, Office Procedures, Accounting Essentials, Employment Achievement Strategies.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

1. Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or Equivalent
2. Mature students status – 18 years of age or older and pass a pre-entry evaluation.

Note – All foreign credentials must be translated into English and compared for Grade 12 equivalency by a recognized organization (i.e. WES)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

  • There are abounding career and work opportunities in this professional field. Graduates of the Office Administration program are employed in:

     Medical Clinics
     Hospitals
     Doctor’s Offices
     Pharmaceutical Companies
     Government Agencies
     Diagnostic Clinics
     Clinical Research Companies
     Secretarial
     Office Administration
     Unit Clerk, etc.

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