Program Details

Exec Asst w/Microsoft Office Master 2019Cert Train
University of Wisconsin - Parkside Continuing Education
09/09/2020
Program Title: Executive Assistant with Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Associate (Vouchers Included) Full URL: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/uwparkside/training-programs/executive-assistant-with-microsoft-office-master-2019-certification-training-vouchers-included/ To support leadership, executive assistants must be able to manage all aspects of an office environment, from planning to software. This course will help you earn the two top credentials for executive assistants: Certified Administrative Professional (CAP) and Microsoft Office Master.You will learn the intricacies of organizational communication, office and records management, and human resources fundamentals, among other topics. You will then learn advanced use of Microsoft Office programs Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Holding a Microsoft Office Master certification signifies that you have ""the deepest level of knowledge"" of Microsoft Office and gives you an edge as an executive assistant. Show More

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To start the enrollment process, please complete the ETPL Request Form at this link - https://uwparkside.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8cvX78i5bjXgBTg

If you cancel your reservation in this class you will be charged 3% of the registration fee plus a $5 transaction fee. In the event that Professional and Continuing Education classes are interrupted due to Coronavirus, we will reschedule courses. If it is not possible to reschedule an event, vouchers and full refunds will be offered.


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