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Admin Assistant

Administrative Assistant Program

Admission Requirements:

Applicants must possess a high school diploma, G.E.D. equivalent, or must be able to pass the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test (Admission test) and be able to read and write English. The applicant must schedule an interview with the admissions office and submit a completed enrollment form. The MT Training Center is open to all candidates without regard to race, color, nationality, national origin, religion, creed, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, disability, or marital status.

Class Schedule:

Day Schedule: Monday - Friday

8AM-3PM

Evening Schedule: Monday - Friday

4PM-9PM

Objective:

The Administrative Assistant Program is designed to provide the student with those skills and competencies necessary to become employed in a variety of offices environments. Through training and hands-on experience, the student will obtain skills and knowledge to prepare them for work in a variety of office settings and procedures. Students will be taught the skills necessary to become competent in verbal and written communication for business offices as well as becoming proficient in Microsoft Office products. The graduate will qualify for entry-level employment in a variety of office environments.

Graduation Requirements:

The graduating student must be able to type 40 words per minute, have mastery of the PC, word processing knowledge in Microsoft Word, as well as be able to effectively use Excel, and Power Point. The students must also be proficient in written and verbal business communication.

Subject Descriptions:

SUBJECT DESCRIPTIONS

BCG-055 Business Communications: The student will learn basic practices of customer service and how to effectively communicate in a technology based environment including internal and external customer relationships, time management skills, as well as best business practices. The student will also learn business letter composition, memos, reports, as well as develop proof-reading skills, review basic grammar, spelling, and vocabulary.

Prerequisite: None 90/0/0 Quarter Credit Hours: 9.0

T-100 Introduction to Typing: The student will master the layout of the keyboard, assisting the students with memorization of letters, numbers, and functions of the keyboard. The students will also learn practice drills that will assist the student in speed and accuracy. The students will also master 10-key by touch.

Prerequisite: None 30/60/0 Quarter Credit Hours: 6.0

MO-100 Office Procedures: Introduces the student to the role and responsibilities of a general office clerk. The student will learn the proper phone etiquette and customer service skills. The student will also learn how to operate an individual workstation in an ergonomically correct fashion.

Prerequisite: None 30/60/0 Quarter Credit Hours: 6.0

BM-100 Business Mathematics: The student will learn how to convert percentages to fractions and fractions to decimals, as well as learn multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction of fractions, percentages, and decimals. The student will also learn how to calculate mark downs, federal income tax, basic payroll deductions, and credit card interest.

Prerequisite: None 30/60/0 Quarter Credit Hours: 6.0

O-400 Employment Preparation: The student will learn how apply for a job, complete job applications, how to dress for interviews, compose resumes, and interview successfully.

Prerequisite: None 60/30/0 Quarter Credit Hours: 7.5

CL-100 Computer Literacy: Introduces the basic functions of a personal computer, as well as learning the function of pieces located within the central processing unit. The student will also learn how to effectively operate a personal computer, load software, and acquire the skills necessary to maintain a personal computer.

Prerequisite: None 40/80/0 Quarter Credit Hours: 8.0

MA-100 Microsoft Applications - Introduces the basic functions of Microsoft Excel. The student will master creating and saving Excel documents, creating charts, numeric calculations within chart, and spreadsheets, as well as tables, columns, and rows. The student will also learn how to implement Excel within office settings. The student will also learn how to utilize Power Point and how to create presentations.

Prerequisite: None 70/100/0 Quarter Credit Hours: 12.0

TR-200 Wo rd Processing - The student will develop specialized skills in word-processing needed to properly complete formatted correspondence within office settings. The student will learn the fundamentals of editing, storing, and retrieving documents in Microsoft Word.

Prerequisite: None 40/60/0 Quarter Credit Hours: 7.0

Tuition and Fees:

Total Cost

$10,483.00

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