Develop transferable and sought-after business communication skills which are fundamental for building and maintaining business relationships internally and externally.

 

  • Gain a solid foundation in administration skills and prepare for entry into the world of business
  • Improve key skills needed for success in a business environment such as communication, teamwork, prioritizing and problem solving
  • Learn from instructors with recent industry experience
  • Develop soft skills sought by today's employers

Campus

Vancouver

Program Length

ACADEMIC

Daytime 26 weeks

Evening 48 weeks

COOP

Daytime 50 weeks

Evening 92 weeks

Start Dates

DAYTIME PROGRAM:

Jan 3, Jan 30, Feb 27, Mar 27, Apr 24, May 23, Jun 19, Jul 17, Aug 14, Sep 11, Oct 10, Nov 6, Dec 4

EVENING PROGRAM:

Jan 3, Feb 14, Apr 10, Jun 5, July 31, Sept 25, Nov 20


Program Courses

In this workplace-centered course, students will learn how to gather information and maintain effective working relationships and networks, with particular focus on developing communication skills and understanding how to best represent an organization’s goals, values and culture in daily interactions.

2000

In this workplace-centered course, students will learn how to identify customer needs and monitor service provided to customers to ensure customer satisfaction.

2000

In this workplace-centered course, students will learn how to design and produce various business documents and publications. Students will become familiar with selecting and using a range of functions on a variety of computer applications.

2000

In this course, students will prepare to take their new skills and knowledge into the job market. Students will focus on defining their future goals and career aspirations, and will learn how to write effective resumés and cover letters, interview basics, and what employers are looking for. Students will complete the course feeling prepared to find work in their new field.

0

In this workplace-centered course students will learn to efficiently organize their own work schedules, to monitor and obtain feedback on work performance, and to maintain required levels of competence.

2000

In this workplace-centered course, students will learn how to be effective and proactive members of an innovative team.

2000

In this workplace-centered course, students will learn how to plan, draft, review and finalize basic documents.

2000

During the co-op work placement, students will put their skills into practise in a local workplace in a position related to their specific program objectives. Students will be required to complete job tasks as assigned to them by the employer. In addition, students are required to provide regular feedback (monthly, mid-term and final) on their placement experience to Greystone College using prescribed reporting forms.

2000

This course follows up with students after their work placement. It provides the student with a new perspective of their goals and achievements and prepares them to take the next step when they leave the program.

2000

In this course, students will prepare for the Canadian workplace. This course is very useful to students registered in a co-op program. It rapidly prepares students to apply for jobs and ensures their résumés and cover letters are to the business standard. Additionally, it helps students through the process of applying for a tax file number (SIN).

2000
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