Pursue your Canadian Certified Administrative Professional (CCAP) designation through part-time studies. Certification is a statement of the skills you have and take with you from role to role and demonstrates your commitment to life-long learning. Complete seven courses, including four electives, from the list below to meet the education requirements of the CCAP.
At SAIT, we’ll work with you to create the most efficient and productive pathway to earn your CCAP certification. Prepare for the next level of your career through challenging business and administrative professional courses that fit your busy schedule. Courses are delivered evenings, weekends and online and start anytime throughout the year.
SAIT is an Education Partner with the Association of Administrative Professionals (AAP). Upon completion of this series of courses and fulfilling work experience requirements, you will be issued a certificate directly by AAP. You must be a member of AAP to pursue their certificate. Please visit https://canadianadmin.ca/ for full requirements.
Three compulsory and four elective courses are required. Elective courses must be chosen from four separate categories, as listed in the CCAP Contacts and Course Titles page on the AAP website. Some courses are only available through full-time studies, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|COURSE NAME||COURSE CODE||Credits|
|Communication and Presentations Skills||COMN-220||3.0|
|Introduction to Management||MNGT-255||3.0|
|Introductory Financial Accounting||MKTG-260||3.0|
|Collaborative Software and Technologies||STAT-270||3.0|
|Advanced Word Processing Applications *||BCMP-300||3.0|
|Advanced Spreadsheets Applications*||BCMP-310||3.0|
|Meetings and Events||OADM 335||3.0|
|Introduction to Psychology||PSYC-1010||3.0|
*Students can receive credit for either BCMP 300 or BCMP 310, not both.
**Students can receive credit for ECON 250 or Econ 305, not both
- We find that there is a direct correlation between the time and energy invested to the amount of success achieved.
- Remaining focused and diligent with coursework is important for success in completing the program.
- You must be able to read, write, and understand the English language at a level exceeding basic conversational English.
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