Certificate in Office Administration

(A) Certificate in Office Administration
     Course Duration: 250 Hours
     Total Fees:- ` 5,000/-

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DLLE created a new concept in "Continuing your Education Course" that will train individuals with little or no computer background how to run and maintain a PC and be proficient with Microsoft Office. Step-by-step learning labs cover real world projects in Excel, Word, and Access & Power Point.

Gain valuable computer career skills employers are looking for at your convenience!

Certificate in Office Administration
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A career in office administration
Module aim and objectives
• What is an office administrator?
• Specialization options
Working as an office administrator
• Looking for a job
• Writing a resume
• Job interviews
• Concluding an interview
Managing your career
Module summary
Working in an office
Module aim and objectives
Working in an organization
• Office organization
• Working with people
• Supervising staff
Business ethics and etiquette
• Legal issues and ethics
• Business etiquette
General office management
• Managing office supplies
• Photocopiers
• Computer printers
• Organizing workstations
Planning meetings
• Organizing meetings
• Agendas and teleconferencing
• Taking minutes
Module summary
Records management
Module aim and objectives
Business records
• What are business records ?
• Destroying records
Filing systems
• Common filing systems
• Alphabetical filing standards
• Filing records
Paper-based records
• Filing cabinets
• Using folders
Nonpaper records
• Managing nonpaper records
Module summary
Introduction to computers
Module aim and objectives
What is a computer ?
• Types and uses of computers
• CPUs and memory
Storage, input, and output devices
• Storage devices
• Input devices
• Output devices
• Types of software
•The Microsoft Windows & interface
Word processors and spreadsheets
• Word processors
• Spreadsheet software
Computer databases
• Databases
• Networks
The Internet
• Using the Internet
• Search engines and newsgroups
• E-mail
Module summary
Organizing travel
Module aim and objectives
Making reservations
• Travel information
• Flight reservations
• Hotels and car rental
International travel
• Arranging foreign travel
• Foreign customs
Organizing funds and documents
• Travel funds
Course Tests
Module 1
Module 2
Module 3
Module 4
Module 5
• A career in office administration
• Working in an office
• Records management
• Introduction to computers
• Organizing travel


Introduction to Microsoft Office

Learn important computer fundamentals while learn to create professional looking documents with Microsoft Office! This distance learning certificate course will show you time saving techniques that will allow you to master Microsoft Office quickly.

Course available for learn both on Online Computer Bases Training Mode and also Class Room Learning. Learn from the comfort of your own home or anywhere, anytime and study when it’s convenient for you.

Take your exams online and finish with an academic Certificate of Completion you can be proud of.

What is Microsoft Office?

Microsoft Office is a software suite that consists of different applications that complete different activities. MS Office is by far the most widely recognized software suite in the world. Microsoft Office can be found in most office environments and a technical proficiency in this software is often required for employment.

What Can I Look Forward To?

Today all most all offices have the opportunity for Office Administrators and Data Processors.

Employment of Office Administrators is expected to grow faster than the average for all occupations through 2012. This increase will result from rapid growth in services industries—including offices, law firms, temporary-help agencies, and consulting firms— and BPO’s where most are employed.

Job prospects will be most favorable for those with the best technical skills—in particular, expertise in appropriate computer software applications. Data entry and information processing workers must be willing to upgrade their skills continuously in order to remain marketable. This work frequently serves as a steppingstone to higher paying jobs with increased responsibilities.

You will learn in detail about the following topics:

  • Computer Hardware
  • Software Fundamentals
  • Microsoft Windows XP
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Access
  • Microsoft Power Point
  • Printers and Fonts
  • Maintaining Computers
  • Graphics
  • Internet

Section I: Introduction to Computers

  • Introduction to Computers
  • The Internet and the World Wide Web
  • Application Software
  • The Components of the System Unit
  • Input
  • Output
  • Storage
  • Operating Systems & Utility Programs


Section II: Operating Systems - Microsoft Windows XP

  • Exploring the Basics
  • Working with Files
  • Organizing Files with Windows Explorer
  • Personalizing Your Windows Environment
  • Searching for Information
  • Working with Graphics
  • Object Linking and Embedding
  • Exploring Your Network
  • Managing Windows XP
  • Working with Hardware


Be in Demand for a Great Job!

Start training to become an Office Administrator, Information Clerk, Data Processor or Computer Assistant