Administrative Professional with Microsoft Office Specialist 2007 Training GES 801 » 480 hours
This Administrative Professional with Microsoft Office Specialist 2007 (MOS) Training Program will teach you the skills needed to become a successful administrative professional using the Microsoft Office 2007 suite of programs. You'll receive training on the most popular Microsoft Office 2007 programs, including Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Outlook, running on the Vista operating system. Upon successful completion of this program, you'll be prepared to take the MOS 2007 certification exam offered by Microsoft.
This online certificate program is offered in partnership with major colleges, universities, and other accredited education providers.
"I was able to do the course at any time convenient to me...I could contact someone with a question and they would get right back to me."
- A.W., Butler County Community College
"I liked that I was able to do the coursework at my own pace and when it was convenient for me."
- T.H., Somerset County Technology Center
"It was nice to be able to take my time to complete. When I started I was unemployed and once I started working again I didn't have as much time to devote to the class. Both of my instructors were helpful, knowledgeable and always answered my questions quickly."
- D.H., Frederick Community College
"I thought this course was easy to follow and the responses from the facilitator was great. They were quick to respond to any question no matter how small. Great course!"
- E.R., University of Houston
"I did it! I passed the PowerPoint 2007 exam! She said it was the highest score she has seen. I scored 967 (required: 700) and I got 100% on everything but "Working with Visual Content" which was 89%!"
- V.S., Community College of Rhode Island
"I loved the fact that there was no pressure to complete a module by a certain time. Over the past year my position has changed from almost no responsibility to a steady workload. That coupled with a hectic home life has left me with almost NO spare time. I enjoyed being able to pick a time that I could devote to the course and not have to skim through. I feel like I gained not only new skills but perspective."
- L.A., University of South Alabama: Center for Continuing Education and Conference Services