• Administrative Office Assistant Training

    Certificate

    This is a targeted job training program designed for those seeking new career opportunities in administrative office support positions. This program covers two-thirds of the required curriculum for the Administrative Office Assistant (one-year) certificate program.

    PROGRAM OUTCOMES

    Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

    • identify and analyze organizational and planning procedures in business office operations,
    • effectively use Microsoft Office Outlook (email, calendar, and meeting scheduling);
    • effectively use Microsoft Office Word,
    • apply correct English grammar in a business office environment,
    • analyze and apply basic computer literacy, including typing by touch,
    • apply key concepts in the full cycle bookkeeping process,
    • effectively apply basic math skills as required in business and financial environments.

    CAREERS

    Continued education and/or experience may lead to positions such as administrative assistant, office manager, or legal or medical office assistants.

    For information contact Beverly Forney, 503-594-3115 or beverlyf@clackamas.edu

    ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE ASSISTANT training CERTIFICATE

    COURSE Credits

    BA-104 Business Math 3

    BA-111 General Accounting I 4

    BT-120 Personal Keyboarding 2

    BT-122 Keyboard Skillbuilding 2

    BT-124 Business Editing I 3

    BT-125 Business Editing II 3

    BT-160 Word I 3

    BT-161 Word II 3

    BT-172 Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2

    BT-216 Office Procedures 4

    Credits required for certificate 29

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    Email us: marys@clackamas.edu

    Call us: 503-594-3071

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