A management assistant helps a manager oversee employers and making sure operations run smoothly. They usually do some managerial tasks and duties and can be promoted into a managerial position. Our Management Assistant courses will equip you with the skills, knowledge and tools to excel in your career.
We Offer the Following Accredited Management Assistant Courses:
What do Management Assistants do?
Management Assistants work is very similar to the work that managers do. They do things like helping the executive teams, reporting on important statistics, supervising general work, and training and developing new employees. Some other duties which management assistants have are:
- planning meetings,
- managing employees,
- helping customers, and
- placing and receiving orders.
What Will I Learn in a Management Assistant Course?
There are many skills to learn such as communication, information processing, computer practice and public relations. You will also learn about office practice. This is the everyday running of an office.
How Much Money Does a Management Assistant Earn and What Kind of Jobs Could I be Looking at?
There are many careers you can go into if you study this course. Here are just a few of them:
- management assistant
- office administrator
- personal assistant
According to PayScale, the average annual salary for a Management Assistant is about R119 000.
Is it Possible to Study to be a Management Assistant Through Distance Learning?
Yes, it is. Skills Academy has N4 to N6 Management Assistant courses. There are lots of other places that have short courses and even longer courses. There are many opportunities to study to be a Management Assistant.
What Kinds of Courses are Available?
Once you start looking you will find that there are full-time, part-time, online and short courses that you can do. Companies that offer these courses have their own requirements for the courses so you should contact them and find out for yourself.
Where can I Study to be a Management Assistant?
There are many companies in cities like Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Cape Town where you could study these courses. You will find that there are accredited and non-accredited courses that you can do. Distance learning is great because it means that you can study no matter where you live.
What is the Difference Between an Accredited Course and a Non-accredited Course?
To put it simply: An accredited course gives you a recognised qualification while a non-accredited doesn’t. This doesn’t make one better, however. A non-accredited course will show your employers that you are serious and it shows that you have the skills. Non-accredited courses are also cheaper and you usually don’t need a matric certificate to register for them. Either one is a good choice. You just need to decide for yourself which one you want to do.
Last Updated: August 16, 2019