Oxbridge Academy offers accredited national qualifications in computer practice. These N-level Management Assistant courses, specialising in computer practice, will not only give you high-quality vocational training, but will also give you a recognised qualification.
What is management assistant studies?
Management assistant studies covers training for a range of office and administrative duties, with a particular focus on computer training. These courses are designed especially for people who want to work in positions such as:
- Personal assistant
- Office assistant
- Office administrator
Taking a management assistant course, however, is also a great way to advance your career in any field, as it helps you to acquire important administrative and managerial skills. This type of course will also give you the basic computer skills you need in any job that involves using computer technology on a daily basis.
A focus on computer practice
The N4 to N6 management assistant courses offered by Oxbridge Academy focus especially on computer practice in the work environment. These practices include:
- Word processing
- Spreadsheet creation
- File management
- E-mail communication
- Data processing
What exactly is a national qualification?
A national qualification is the qualification that you receive after completing an N-level course and passing the national exams for that specific course. Our N4 – N6 courses are all registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) and are accredited by the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO). National qualifications are designed to give students the training and professional credentials that they need to enter the job market as skilled workers. Especially in less technical fields, such as office administration, a national qualification will help to set you apart from other job candidates.
How do Oxbridge Academy’s N-level courses work?
Oxbridge Academy offers 3 N-level courses in Management Assistant (Computer Practice), ranging from N4 to N6. If you complete the N6-level course, and you gain 18 months of relevant practical experience, you may be able to apply for a diploma.
Studying via distance learning at Oxbridge Academy
Oxbridge Academy is a distance learning college. This means that you can study your Management Assistant (Computer Practice) course from the comfort of your own home, from anywhere in South Africa. Here’s how it works:
- You receive study material by post or via courier.
- You receive academic assistance from our support staff and tutors via e-mail and telephone.
- You submit assignments electronically via post, e-mail, or our online Student Portal.
- You write your national exams at an exam venue near you. Easily accessible exam venues are situated across the country.
- The Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) sends you your national qualification once you have completed your course and passed your exams.
To find out how you can get a national Management Assistant (Computer Practice) qualification by studying with Oxbridge Academy, simply fill in the form below, and we will contact you with more information: