ADMN1003 – Introduction to Office Support
Show prospective employers you have the skills for an entry level administration or office support role.
Gain a general understanding of administration and office support, with a focus on core concepts and skills. You’ll learn about office organisation and procedures and how to use Microsoft Word. This course is designed specifically for jobseekers or school leavers who desire an administrative or office support position.
- Increase your chances of employment with this accredited certificate
- Understand office organisation and procedures and gain practical skills
- Use Microsoft Office effectively
- Developed by office support experts
- This course has been accredited by the AAPNZ
Our students say
★★★★★ “Online courses are more convenient for me at this stage, as I am a mother and working at night at the same time. I can study and learn at home while my six year old child is at school. Excellent course”
– Evangeline Ichon
★★★★★ “After a lot of self doubt I enjoyed this course. It has given me the confidence to tackle the next big one. I found the best thing was the simplicity of it all, it was easy to follow and a perfect way to start… Its very reassuring to know that there is help along the way, the tutors comments are lovely and are so positive to makes me want to do my very best and achieve what lays ahead of me.”
– Lyn Dunlop
Investment: $295 + GST or only $25 per week with our interest freepayment plan.
Duration: Learn at your own pace, but expect to take approximately 60 hours
Delivery: Online, self-paced study with tutor support via email or phone.
Access time: You will have access to this course for up to 6 months until you complete.
Course Level: 3
This course covers six modules
ADMG147 – Role of Office Administration and Support
ADMG128 – Office Organisation and Procedures
CITG127 – Introduction to Microsoft Word
ADMN127 – Workplace Health and Safety
CITG126 – Introduction to Microsoft Powerpoint
ADMG148 – Time Management, Ethics, and Professionalism
Accredited by AAPNZ