Virtual Assistant Diploma

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Duration: Flexible Study
Type:
Part Time and Evening

Course description

Become an invaluable resource from your own home

If you’re looking to become a Virtual Assistant (VA) and offer a flexible office support service from the comfort of your own home office, this is absolutely the best Diploma choice for you. This role can be really wide ranging and as you’ll be working with a number of different clients, often no two days are the same.

A Virtual Assistant can often be a saviour to any sole trader or small business. When it’s essential to keep overheads as low as possible, utilising the services of a Virtual Assistant is one of the most sensible business decisions they can make.

Working for yourself as a Virtual Assistant offers a unique and varied career opportunity. You’ll be your own boss, so be able to set your working patterns as you wish. Many businesses don’t need a full-time PA or Administrator so, rather than pay out a monthly salary, they will often utilise the services of a VA on an as and when basis and pay simply for what they need.

The areas you offer to support a business can be varied. You might help them deal with their admin and general office workload, manage their social media accounts or maintain the company’s financial records. It all depends on what their needs are. This offers a great variety to keep the days interesting and this Diploma will arm you with all the skills required to provide a comprehensive VA service to those in need.

You can study this course at times to suit you and there are many sections of the Diploma which may be studied from home. The estimated duration for this Diploma is 152 hours which is equivalent to about 6 weeks full-time study.


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