An Office Administrator is an essential employee in all organisation. This employee is responsible for a set of day-to-day activities that are related to financial planning, record keeping, personnel, physical distribution and logistics, and data capturing within an organization.

This 1 year course is aimed at a learner who has passed Grade 10, and is looking to be an Information worker in a general office environment. The purpose of the qualification is to empower learners to acquire knowledge, skills, attitudes and values required to operate confidently in the End User Computing environment. It introduces theoretical concepts of End User Computing and requires the application thereof, to develop a range of skills that will enable learners to be better-informed workers in their chosen industry. This Qualifications could earn the learner job titles such as Data Capturer, Receptionist or Administrator.*

PROGRAMME INFORMATION

The Programme is comprised of correspondence self study, completing and submitting of Assignments online, attending scheduled workshops (not compulsory), and writing final summative Exams at the chosen campus.

WORKSHOPS
Workshops will be scheduled during the semester at for students to attend at the campus. Learners must RSVP for the workshops. There will be no additional workshop dates provided. Dates will be provided to learners in the Programme Academic Handbook in the welcome pack.

ASSIGNMENTS
Learners must submit Assignments via the Student Portal by the due date and no later. Due dates and instructions will be provided to learners in the Programme Academic Handbook in the welcome pack.

EXAMINATIONS
Learners must write Examinations on the provided dates at the chosen campus. Exam dates and instructions will be provided to learners in the Programme Academic Handbook in the welcome pack.

GRADUATION
Learners may attend the formal Graduation Ceremony on the earliest available date after completing the programme, provided fees are settled in full.

Support will be offered to learners by way of electronic assistance. A support ticket will be issued via the email system that a subject matter expert will respond to. Personal support is provided at Workshops.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
Learners who successfully complete their qualifications with iStudent Academy have members only access to the Career Development Programme, where exclusive job opportunities for our Graduates are posted.

Learners will be enrolled in the current intake that is open. This intake will run for one year after the closing date. Learners will have to abide by that intakes Assignment, Workshop and Examination Dates. Learners must complete their programme in the allocated duration or they will pay per module not completed.

INTAKES
2 Intakes per year — closing 1 March and 1 July

ACADEMIC MATERIALS
Learners will be couriered Welcome Pack of Academic materials including installed Laptop and Text-books upon payment of deposit.

MODULES

EU101 - INTRODUCTION TO PERSONAL COMPUTER

13 credits

The aim of this module is to introduce learners to the basics of a computer system, including the concepts
of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and the use of its components in a healthy
and safe manner.

EU102 - INTRODUCTION TO INTERNET

y Credits

The aim of this module is to introduce learners to the safe use of the world wide web for research and
tasks.

EU103 - BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

24 Credits

This module will teach learners how to effectively communicate in the workplace., including report
writing and organizational procedures.

EU104 - NUMERACY

22 credits

This module will teach learners essential math skills needed to perform important business calculations.

EU105 - FRONT DESK SKILLS

12 Credits

This module will teach learners how to conduct themselves in the front of house position, as well as
teach them valuable telephone, business and customer etiquette skills.

EU106 - MICROSOFT WORD

24 Credits

The aim of this module is to teach learners advanced use of word processing software to create and
format letters and documents professionally.

EU107 - MICROSOFT OUTLOOK

6 Credits

The aim of this module is to introduce learners to using email programmes and correct etiquette over
email, including calendar management.

EU108 - MICROSOFT POWERPOINT

13 credits

This module will give the learners the skills to create powerful presentations using images, transitions
and animations.

EU109 - MICROSOFT EXCEL

28 Credits

This module will enable the learner to create and manage advanced spreadsheets with formulas, charts and
graphs.

EU110 - MICROSOFT ACCESS

36 Credits

The aim of this module is to introduce learners to using a database application to work with simple
databases.

COURSE FACT SHEET

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