Communications Assistant

To become a communications assistant you need computer, organisational, and communication skills. Communications assistants use their interpersonal, office and media relations skills to maintain smooth internal operations and promote a desired public image and coordinate office activities, manage information and facilitate internal operations.Experienced assistants prepare agendas, conduct research and manage projects. These professionals may be required to create databases and spreadsheets, as well as help prepare reports and presentations. Additionally, assistants may help support sales initiatives, fundraising efforts and media coverage.

Interested in becoming a communications assistant?

Try one of these courses

Last updated: October 25th 2016

We Will Call You

  • We shall call you back as soon as we have a line available.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.