Today’s modern office needs people who know administration systems and at UCOL Polytech we offer a range of Business Administration courses and programmes to give you all the skills you need to run an office.
These programmes are practical and aim to introduce you to the use of computers and equip you with skills in the use of a variety of software. You will gain computer skills, business administration skills, and learn about good communication, working effectively with customers, team members, and much more.
Businesses need people who can communicate and deal effectively with customers as well as team members, develop a broad range of business administration knowledge and skills with an emphasis on management support and administration.
With modern equipment and passionate lecturers – there is only ONE place to go for your administration training, that’s UCOL!
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