What will I learn?
The ICI executive secretarial and personal assistant course has been designed in conjunction with industry representatives and helps you learn the skills you need to succeed quickly and conveniently.
Implement workplace information systems
Write complex documents
Communicate effectively (telephone and face to face)
Word processing (MS Word)
Spreadsheets (MS Excel)
An executive secretary or personal assistant is an integral part of a management team, and we find that many of our graduates move into management roles in the years after they leave the institute.
Your training will prepare you for roles in small or large organizations in all industry sectors. It is the variety of opportunity and wealth of available positions that makes these programs so popular. Areas where recent graduates have been employed include:
Advertising, marketing and public relations
Banking and finance
Fashion and retail
Finance and insurance
Travel, hotels and leisure
This extensive training course will equip you with the skills and qualifications to gain employment in a variety of positions including:
Office manager & Bookkeeping assistant
Recognition & Accreditation
This course is recognised and accredited by the International Association of Private Career Colleges (IAPCC). The courses offered by ICI are unique as they take a very hands on approach. Our courses are not designed to teach you just the theory behind the industry - they are written and tutored by industry professionals and will fast-track you into a new career of your choice.
Which department am I in? Faculty of Business
International students also have the following other English language requirements: a minimum 600 on TOEFL (paper-based).
There are no previous work or education requirements for entry into course level.
Offered by other partners
This university accepts pathways courses from Trinity College - The University of Melbourne
AUD $1,611 for the entire course; AUD $49 per week (Weekly Installment Plan)
Scheduled dates throughout the year
Colleges of Arts and Sciences, College of Social Sciences, Department of Anthropology University of Hawaii, 2424 Maile Way Saunders Hall 346, HONOLULU, Hawaii, 96822, United States