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Enroll Now: Business Office Administrative Training Starts Jan. 17, 2017
The Business Office Administrative Training (BOAT) program is an accelerated, 10-week professional certificate program offering diverse adult learners the practical skills necessary to compete in today’s global workforce. It provides high-quality, hands-on training ideal for individuals re-entering the workforce, dislocated workers, career-changers, and those seeking to upgrade both technical and essential soft skills.
A variety of funding sources allows this program to be offered at no cost to qualified applicants and held at the MET Center at 6347 Plymouth Avenue in Wellston, Missouri (a block from the MetroLink station).
Enroll now for the next class group which starts January 17, 2017.
- Learn computing and soft skills companies are looking for
- Boost your workforce resume
- Gain valuable experience and confidence
- Enhance your professional development
- Learn your personal style and become an influential leader
Qualified participants have the opportunity to achieve industry recognized certification as a Microsoft Office Specialist in Word and Excel. These certifications offer you the tools to build a brighter future. After successful completion of the BOAT program, students receive eight (8) STLCC college credit hours for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certifications that you earn in the program toward your completion of a Certificate of Specialization in Microcomputer Applications, or towards completion of your degree.
High School diploma or HiSET typing speed at 30 wpm, WorkKeys and Microsoft office computer assessment.
This training program requires a full-time commitment of ten weeks from the participants, starting on January 17, 2017. The hours of instruction are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.