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Who is an Administrative Assistant?

In today’s modern office, the Administrative Assistant’s are Middle Managers. Other titles describing jobs similar to an Administrative Assistant are Administrative Supervisor, Office Coordinator, Personnel Manager, Executive Assistant, Office Manager, and Administrative Professional. As mentioned earlier – the Administrative Assistant holds a mid-segment post in the organization, and therefore these titles may vary, depending on the size of the organization and the level of responsibility or authority in a hierarchy you will be working for.

An Administrative Assistant is part of the Management Team, and hold responsibilities much more than a Secretary. For example, he or she may perform fewer clerical tasks than do secretaries. An Administrative Assistant’s job does not necessarily imply directly working for an Executive or a boss. Whereas the responsibility of a Secretary’s job tends to be biased towards activities controlled and directed by a superior.

The occupation of Administrative Assistant has Conventional and Enterprising characteristics as described below:

CONVENTIONAL – Conventional responsibilities frequently involve following set procedures and routines. These occupations can include working with data and details more than with ideas. Usually, there is a clear line of authority to follow. (A regular Secretary may usually fall in this classification.)

ENTERPRISING – Enterprising responsibilities frequently involve starting up and carrying out projects. These occupations can involve leading people and making many decisions. Sometimes they require risk-taking and often deal with business and decision-making matters.

An Administrative Assistant performs, supervises, directs, or advises on work for a variety of essential administrative activities. Today’s executive assistant has become a crucial member of every organization’s support staff – a key business ally with diverse responsibilities, to making important decisions.

Our Course is specifically designed to help you thrive in this fast-paced profession. This leading-edge resource provides all the up-to-date information you need to manage and deal effectively with abrupt organizational changes and office politics, handle stress, resolve conflicts, motivate workers and forge a team mentality, master public relations, and more.

In addition to arranging conferences and scheduling meetings, the Administrative Assistant may handle more complex responsibilities such as overseeing and training employees, hiring and supervising other clerical staff, conducting research, and preparing statistical reports. An Administrative Assistant holds a more important role in the strategies and lower-level decision making of the organization and has supervisory powers over the general Office staff.

Employers also look for good customer service and interpersonal skills because the Administrative Assistant must be tactful in their dealings with people. Discretion, good judgment, organizational or management ability, initiative, and the ability to work independently are especially important for junior level administrative positions.

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The highly recommended low-fee additional module on Computer training includes Understanding Computers, Windows, MS-Office training, and Complete office-related Computer Management.

Syllabus changes from time to time so that we are constantly in touch with the times. As you are aware from our three key Office related Courses : (1)  SECRETARY’S COURSE (2) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT and (3) OFFICE MANAGEMENT, the convergence of modern technology has been rapidly introduced. Newer 21st Century technology & techniques that are being introduced worldwide are immediately incorporated in our Courses.

A salient feature of these Courses is that candidates almost instantaneous get placement, on completion of the Course. The broad-based training qualifies our students for Specialist jobs in the Business, Corporate, Economic & Commercial World.

It all starts with the first steps, as you can climb the rungs of the ladder – and reach the higher echelons of SUCCESS!

You can either under-go this Course after completing your studies, or you may do it parallel (part-time), if you are presently studying!

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