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This course covers the skills and knowledge required to select, use, and maintain business technology. It includes the effective use of computer software to organize information and data. Business Technology is vital within most roles in todayís advancing business world. It is for students who intend to make use of current business technologies to process and organize data in the workplace. AOTís Use Business technology short course is designed to help students to process and organise data with the use of existing computer technologies. This business short course enables them to learn the fundamentals of business equipment and applications that are commonly used in hi-tech office environments today. This unit applies to individuals who use business technology to process and organise data and to perform a range of other routine tasks. They use a limited range of practical skills and fundamental knowledge of equipment use and the organisation of data or files in a defined context, under direct supervision or with limited individual responsibility. The business technology unit of study will provide students with the skills and knowledge to: process and organize data; maintain technology; use software applications; identifying equipment faults and access, retrieval and storage of data. Career pathways are administrative/office assistant, payroll clerk, information officer, customer service officer, accounts clerk, receptionist, secretary, and personal assistant.
Certificate of attendance/attainment
Accredited Online Training
Study Options for Use Business Technology (BSBWOR204A):
Duration: Maximum 2 months
Study mode: Self study / online (without attendance)
Scheduled dates throughout the year
Full fee paying domestic student fees:
$220 for the entire course
Use Business Technology (BSBWOR204A) run by Accredited Online Training information was updated on 20-Jan-15
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