What you’ll learn
How to be organized as a receptionist
Improve your telephone skills
Improve your listening skills
Learn to take messages in an effective way
No previous experience required
Desire to learn administrative and social skills
Open mindedness is required
Receptionist jobs are often seen as short-term roles, part-time positions, or stepping stones on your overall career path.
But being a career receptionist can actually be an incredibly fulfilling career path in itself, with great earning potential. If you’re looking for a new role and are looking for something rewarding, fun, and with great prospects, then this course is for you.
+++ Pay can be generous
Many receptionists will start out on average salaries, but there’s ample opportunity for that to grow over time. As you develop more skills, gain more experience, and move around the organization, you could earn up to $50,000 per year.
Receptionists working in corporate settings, especially in the worlds of banking and finance, an enjoy great salary prospects the longer they’re in their position.
+++ You’ll become incredibly skilled
Receptionists are often talented multitaskers, able to manage multiple ongoing situations without breaking a sweat. In many companies, individuals are hired for their great computer skills, their ability to speak to people, or their organizational skills. Receptionists often boast all of these skills and more.
They’re adept at using most office suites, can handle phone switchboards, and can even step into office managerial or customer service positions if needed.
So what are you waiting for?
Let’s get started and I wish you a happy learning!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in being an administrative professional
- Administrative Assistants
- Business Professionals
- Project Assistants
Become a Corporate Receptionist
Receptionists perform administrative tasks, such as answering phones, receiving visitors, and providing general informat