EUMA course for Of­fice Ad­min stu­dents at KES

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The Cyprus chap­ter of the Euro­pean Man­age­ment As­sis­tants (EUMA) or­gan­ised a hands-on prac­tio­val course for of­fice ad­min­is­tra­tion stu­dents at KES Col­lege in Ni­cosia.

Vet­eran EUMA trainer En­drie Koupepi­dou and Cyprus chair­man Rita Kot­si­apa elab­o­rated on the em­ploy­ment prospects when this is ac­com­pa­nied by proper train­ing as there is a grow­ing de­mand for skilled per­sonal as­sis­tants and ex­ec­u­tive of­fice ad­min­istrayion staff as com­pa­nies get more and more so­phis­ti­cated in their daily needs.

Both Koupepi­dou and Kot­si­apa re­called from their own ex­pe­ri­ences to show how im­por­tant con­tin­ued ed­u­ca­tion and train­ing can be, but equally im­por­tant are the “people skills” with ca­reers de­vel­op­ing in the ar­eas of hu­man re­sources, mar­ket­ing, op­er­a­tions, in­te­gral part of any se­ri­ous man­age­ment team.

EUMA Cyprus has been ac­tive since 1989 with more than 100 mem­bers, join­ing the Europe-wide net­work of 1,500 mem­bers in 25 coun­tries, where train­ing and skills in­ter­ac­tion is quite com­mon.

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