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Become a respected business professional with this fast-track Administrative Assistant training program from one of the top Ottawa business colleges. In only 21 weeks, this program gives you practical, hands-on administrative training. Get your diploma and start a successful career in office administration fast. With Administrative Assistant courses that cover all the most in-demand business skills, this program will make you job-ready the moment you graduate.
Administrative Assistant training can open a range of career opportunities and will help you get a new job fast. Office Administration professionals work in almost every industry from non-profit to high finance. If you are organized, detail-oriented, looking to start an exciting, professional office career, the Administrative Assistant program at Willis College is the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Pursue a career in business and get excellent hands-on administrative assistant training and your Diploma fast from Willis College.
Total Program Length is 23 weeks
21 weeks of theory
Up to 2 weeks of breaks
Successful graduates of this administrative assistant course may pursue a wide variety of interesting and rewarding professions, including:
Grade 12 (Secondary School Diploma) or GED equivalence
Willis College Entrance Assessment. If you are a Mature Student (over 18 years of age), you can gain admittance by writing a free entrance assessment test. Note: students with foreign credentials, regardless of whether their documents have been translated/compared or not, should be tested to establish literacy in the English language.
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“When I first started at Willis I was a shy, self-conscious girl… but Willis changed all that! My time at Willis was knowledgeable, fun and most importantly self-rewarding. The PSW program was amazing. I learned so much. All of the staff is absolutely awesome; they looked at you as a person and not just a number filling up a seat.” Rachel Goyer Personal Support Worker