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Office Administrator + Internship

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Program Length
23 Weeks
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Change Your Life with the Office Administrator Program!

Office Administrators work in a variety of industries where they complete administrative and clerical tasks. They are often viewed as the “glue” that keeps the office together. Common duties usually include handling correspondence, taking phone calls, greeting guests, writing reports, doing paperwork, and updating records. The most successful candidates demonstrate strong organizational skills, telephone etiquette, communication abilities, writing skills, courtesy, and attention to detail.


Individuals in this profession must be quick professionals with excellent time-management and multitasking abilities. With their diligence and competence in their work, executives can focus on their managerial responsibilities without worrying about administrative tasks.


Often an Office Administrator will attend meetings, keep minutes, and handle and prioritize all outgoing or incoming correspondence (e-mail, letters, packages, etc.). Additionally, they manage confidential documents ensuring they remain secure, prepare invoices, handle petty cash, and work on accounts receivable collections and accounts payable payments and postings.

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Job Market

Potential Career Paths After Completing the Program

Salary Infomation

Office Administrators can make on average​

$19.58 – $24.50/hr

source: ca.indeed.com 2020

Admission Requirements

Candidates must submit a copy of their Secondary School Diploma (OSSD, GED, or better), if this is not available they will be required to pass the Scholastic Level Exam (SLE).

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Program Outline

This module will provide students with an overview of computer applications, the Windows operating system and the Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Students will develop the professional skills needed in modern business world through a series of projects and simulations in an interactive digital environment.

This module will provide students the tools to develop business English and interpersonal communication skills necessary to function in the modern business setting. In addition, this module provides a review of English grammar, sentence structure and punctuation as they apply to business communications. Students will develop effective interpersonal communication skills for managing personal and working relationships. The importance of diversity inclusion and teamwork will also be explored.

This module will provide students with an overview of Sage 50 Accounting features with an emphasis on the payroll module, installing and configuring Sage 50 Accounting, setting up ledgers and journals, saving and back up procedures.

This module will provide students with an overview of QuickBooks features with emphasis on the payroll module, installing and configuring QuickBooks, setting up ledger and journals, saving and backup procedures.

This module will provide students with the skills to prepare for employment, research employment opportunities within their field of study and be successful in their future careers. Some of the topics included will be the preparation of a resume, interview and cover letter.

This program is approved as a vocational program under the Private Career College Act, 2005.

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