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Secretaries and Administrative Professionals: Get Equipped with Advanced Executive Secretaries Series

The A.E.S.S (Advanced Executive Secretaries Series) is a course specially designed for administrative professionals in all industries who lend secretarial support or manage an office environment or work as a personal assistant/special assistant, including; Office Managers, Executive PAs, Special Assistants, Executive Assistants, Front Office Managers etc.

In today's highly competitive business world,
developing competencies and skills that cannot be imitated is key to gaining competitive advantage over others. This course focuses on equipping the modern day executive with skills in key areas of expertise ranging from strategic thinking, leadership & management to presentation skills, communication skills, people management and conflict resolution. We strongly recommend this course for organizations that are keen on staying at the cutting edge of a highly competitive environment. 

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