Dun Laoghaire Further Education InstituteAdvanced Certificate in Office Administration

Advanced Certificate in Office Administration

Area:
South Dublin County
Price: -
Duration: 1 year
Type:
Further Education and PLC, QQI Level 6

Course description

This course is designed to develop the existing skills of learners who have completed a Level 5 course in one of the following areas: Office Administration, Computer Studies, Information Processing or Business. The course is designed to allow the learner to gain advanced knowledge and skills in the general area of office management. The learners will receive specialist training in up to date Microsoft Office applications and Office Administration as well as developing speed and advanced accuracy in text production. In addition this course provides a range of core subjects which are essential to the understanding of Business and Office environments.

Entry Requirements
• QQI (FETAC) Level 5 Office Administration (5M1997)
• QQI (FETAC) Level 5 Business Studies (5M2102)
• Other Relevant QQI (FETAC) Level 5 Award
• Learners need to be proficient in computer skills
• Applications are welcomed from learners with relevant experience in this area

Modules/Main Areas of Study
• Administration Practice
• Customer Service
• Personal and Professional Development
• Spreadsheets
• Word Processing
• Payroll Manual and Computerised
• Supervisory Management
• Database Methods


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