The role of the Office Administrator is vital in any organisation and administrators play an important role in helping the team achieve their goals and objectives. The role varies from organisation to organisation, however the fundamental skills required to be an effective administrator are largely the same. This course will give you a good basis of skills, tools and techniques to enable you to be the best you can be in your role, and further your experience and career.
Topics will include:
- An overview of the role of the administrator and it’s impact on the team
- The importance of communication skills – verbal and written, including with customers, telephone and reception
- Time management
- Work planning and diary management
- Meeting planning
- Attention to detail and proofreading
- Focusing on your personal development and confidence building
This course is aimed at employees interested in working as any kind of administrator in an office setting, or those who currently hold administrative positions and want to expand their skills in order to learn new tips and tricks.
Administration employees have to deal with a wide range of colleagues and customers, as well as other businesses. In order to do so effectively, they need a wide array of skills that address all these areas.
This course offers a deeper look at these necessary abilities and leaves delegates able to do their administration jobs with greater ease, skill and confidence.
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