Administrative Procedures Co-op<br />Martha Rodriguez, Samantha Salas, Robert Gutierrez, and Lesliann Valdez<br />
What is Administrative Procedures?<br /><ul><li>Administrative Procedures is a course in which students learn business etiquette and professionalism.
As well as a course where the student actually obtains a job in a business office.</li></li></ul><li>What Will You Learn?<br />While enrolled in the course a student learns the following:<br />Business Etiquette<br />The operation of office equipment (printer, fax, type writer, copy machine, laminating machine, etc.)<br />Team Work<br />Computer Skills (Excel, Power Point, etc.)<br />Responsibility<br />Punctuality<br />Dependability<br />Interview Skills<br />
<ul><li>Would taking this course be a wise choice?
Will it really help me in the real world? </li></ul>To help answer these questions, we asked a student not enrolled in the course, as well as a student who is enrolled in the course, to perform a task that is necessary in working in the workplace. <br />
The Students Attire.<br />The Administrative Procedures student was dressed with business clothes. As oppose to the Non-Administrative Procedures students casual clothing. <br />NOTICE<br /><ul><li>Usage of Copy Machine.</li></ul>The Administrative Procedures student knew exactly how to work the copy machine as well as what the parts of the machine were called. As oppose to the Non-Administrative Procedures student who didn’t know where to place the paper.<br />
Benefits<br />If enrolled in this class, it not only teaches you how to operate office machines or how to dress professionally; it also provides the following:<br />College Credit hours-6 hours/2 measurses<br />2. Hands on experience while still in high school<br />3. BPA Club (Business Professionals of America)<br />
Questions To Keep In Mind<br />Are you up for a challenge?<br />Would you enjoy working in an office?<br />Would you enjoy working with others?<br />Are being on time, responsible, and dependable qualities you posses?<br />If not, would you like to learn them?<br />