To be a successful administrative professional, you must possess the skills to handle a wide variety of workplace tasks and scenarios. The Certified Administrative Professional (CAP) course serves two purposes. First, it prepares you to take the CAP exam offered by the International Association of Administrative Professionals (IAAP). Second, it provides you with a broad selection of essential skills and knowledge to effectively work as an administrative assistant in fields including education technology, government, and medicine. In this courese, you will learn the basics of workplace administration, as well as how to begin and grow a successful career as an administrative professional. The course covers the itricaces of organizational communication, office and records management, and human resources fundamentals, among other topics. You will also learn to effectively write for business, produce documents, and utilize information technology. You'll gain event and project management skills, which includes virtual meeting coordination. As technology develops, this skill has become increasingly useful. Each course module concludes wih a quiz, helping you to effectively track your progress and test your skills. This course includes a voucher which covers the fee for the exam.
This class will cover the ?introductory? skills needed to be successful in the next class in the series, Level II Advanced, and ultimately to pass the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification test. The following skills will be introduced: capturing data, calculating data by using formulas, managing data ranges, summarizing and analyzing data, formatting worksheet and chart content, and managing macros and user-defined functions. Must have basic computer skills including using the mouse and typing.
This class will cover the advanced skills needed to be successful in the next class in the series, the Microsoft Excel Certification Test Preparation class and ultimately to pass the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification test. The following skills will be covered: capturing data, calculating data by using advanced formulas, managing data ranges, summarizing and analyzing data, formatting worksheet and chart content, and managing macros and user-defined functions. Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level I or instructor permission. Must have basic computer skills including using the mouse and typing.
Substitute teaching is a way to help your community while earning extra money. This workshop provides information about school expectations, teachers? lesson plans, and assertive discipline. Persons who complete this course successfully may be enrolled as substitute teachers for SAD 17. (College degree preferred but not required.) Must advance register for 1 session.