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Study A Management Assistant Computer Course

What is Management Assistant studies?

With Oxbridge Academy you can study a range of management assistant courses with a focus on computer practice.

Management assistant studies teaches you basic computer skills, as well as other skills relating to the office environment. Management assistant studies is all about giving you the computer and management skills that will help you to secure, and do, a range of office or administrative jobs, including:

  • Typist
  • Office administrator
  • Secretary
  • Receptionist
  • Personal assistant

There are many other office roles that you will be able to fulfil, as a number of the courses include modules covering communication, entrepreneurship, and public relations. Moreover, these courses will give you invaluable training that will come in handy in any occupation that requires you to use a computer on a daily basis.

What Will A Management Assistant Computer Course Teach Me?

Depending on which course you decide to study, you will learn different things. The entry-level course will give you introductory knowledge, while the more advanced courses will build on that knowledge with more intense skills development.


The management assistant courses will teach you basic computer skills. This includes teaching you how to use Microsoft Office products such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. The importance of basic computer skills cannot be underestimated in today’s labour market. No matter where you go, being fully computer literate is a prerequisite for any office-based career. In this sense, an office administration course focusing on computer skills is already a worthwhile investment in your own future.

Some of the skills you will learn include the following:

  • Data capturing
  • Data processing and analysis
  • File management
  • Electronic communication skills


Depending on which course you study, you will also learn a range of office management skills that will help you qualify for a number of jobs in an office environment. These include general subjects such as Office Practice, but also useful management-oriented subjects such as Communication and Public Relations. What’s more, you will also be able to learn about entrepreneurship, allowing you to develop useful business skills.

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