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Professional Diploma of Virtual Executive Assistant

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Professional Diploma of Virtual Executive Assistant by MTF Institute
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6,828 students
Created by MTF Institute of Management, Technology and Finance
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What you'll learn

  • Introduction to role
  • Career
  • Job Search
  • Functionality
  • Virtual Assistance
  • Generative AI GPT usage
  • Frames of Work
This course includes:
1.5 total hours on-demand video
5 articles
1 downloadable resources
17 lessons
Full lifetime access
Access on mobile and TV
Certificate of completion
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Course content

Requirements

  • For a better learning experience, we suggest you to use a laptop / mobile phone / pen and paper for taking notes, highlighting important points, and making summaries to reinforce your learning.

Description

Welcome to course Professional Diploma of Virtual Executive Assistant by MTF Institute

Course provided by MTF Institute of Management, Technology and Finance

MTF is the global educational and research institute with HQ at Lisbon, Portugal, focused on business & professional hybrid (on-campus and online) education at areas: Business & Administration, Science & Technology, Banking & Finance.

MTF R&D center focused on research activities at areas: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science, Big Data, WEB3, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency & Digital Assets, Metaverses, Digital Transformation, Fintech, Electronic Commerce, Internet of Things.

MTF is the official partner of: IBM, Intel, Microsoft, member of the Portuguese Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and resident of the incubator “The Fintech House of Portugal”.

MTF is present in 208 countries and has been chosen by more than 380,000 students.

The Role of a Virtual Executive Assistant

A Virtual Executive Assistant (VEA) acts as a remote, highly skilled administrative professional, providing support to executives, entrepreneurs, and high-level managers. Think of them as the traditional executive assistant, but one who works from anywhere in the world.

Typical Functionality of a VEA

  • Calendar Management: Scheduling meetings, organizing appointments, managing travel itineraries, and ensuring the executive’s time is effectively used.

  • Email Management: Filtering, prioritizing, and responding to emails, drafting correspondence, and managing the executive’s inbox.

  • Project Management: Tracking project deadlines, coordinating with team members, preparing reports, and aiding in overall project completion.

  • Travel Arrangements: Booking flights, hotels, and transportation while considering budgets and the executive’s preferences.

  • Research: Conducting online research, compiling data, and preparing summaries or presentations to support decision-making.

  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM): Updating client information, managing contact lists, and assisting with sales or client-related follow-ups.

  • Additional Task Support: This can include event planning, social media management, data entry, and more, depending on the VEA’s skillset and the executive’s needs.

Learning, Development, and Building a Career as a VEA

  • Continuous development is key for VEAs. Here’s how to enhance your skills and build a successful career:

  • Essential Skills Development: Focus on excellent communication (written and verbal), organizational skills, project management, problem-solving, and time management.

  • Software Proficiency: Become well-versed in productivity suites (Microsoft Office/Google Suite), email clients, communication platforms (Slack, Zoom, etc.), and project management tools (Trello, Asana, etc.).

  • Specialization: Develop expertise in specific areas like bookkeeping, social media management, or a particular industry. This will make you more valuable.

  • Networking: Connect with other VEAs, join online communities, and attend relevant conferences to broaden your professional network.

  • Mentorship: Seek guidance from experienced VEAs or consider formal training programs to accelerate your development.

Benefits of Fully Remote Work as a VEA

  • Flexibility: You set your own hours (with consideration for the executive’s needs) and create a work-life balance that suits you.

  • Location Independence: Work from anywhere in the world, allowing for freedom to travel or choose a living situation that fits your preferences.

  • Cost Savings: Reduce commuting costs and gain the ability to live in areas with a lower cost of living.

  • Increased Productivity: Many individuals find a greater level of focus and productivity working from home.

  • Entrepreneurial Opportunities: Experienced VEAs often start their own businesses offering VEA services, providing greater earning potential and control.

Who this course is for:

  • No special requirements. A course for anyone who wants to build career in executive assistance and office management
  • The Role of a Virtual Executive Assistant A Virtual Executive Assistant (VEA) acts as a remote, highly skilled administrative professional, providing support to executives, entrepreneurs, and high-level managers. Think of them as the traditional executive assistant, but one who works from anywhere in the world.
  • Typical Functionality of a VEA Calendar Management: Scheduling meetings, organizing appointments, managing travel itineraries, and ensuring the executive’s time is effectively used. Email Management: Filtering, prioritizing, and responding to emails, drafting correspondence, and managing the executive’s inbox. Project Management: Tracking project deadlines, coordinating with team members, preparing reports, and aiding in overall project completion. Travel Arrangements: Booking flights, hotels, and transportation while considering budgets and the executive’s preferences. Research: Conducting online research, compiling data, and preparing summaries or presentations to support decision-making. Customer Relationship Management (CRM): Updating client information, managing contact lists, and assisting with sales or client-related follow-ups. Additional Task Support: This can include event planning, social media management, data entry, and more, depending on the VEA’s skillset and the executive’s needs.
  • Learning, Development, and Building a Career as a VEA Continuous development is key for VEAs. Here’s how to enhance your skills and build a successful career: Essential Skills Development: Focus on excellent communication (written and verbal), organizational skills, project management, problem-solving, and time management. Software Proficiency: Become well-versed in productivity suites (Microsoft Office/Google Suite), email clients, communication platforms (Slack, Zoom, etc.), and project management tools (Trello, Asana, etc.). Specialization: Develop expertise in specific areas like bookkeeping, social media management, or a particular industry. This will make you more valuable. Networking: Connect with other VEAs, join online communities, and attend relevant conferences to broaden your professional network. Mentorship: Seek guidance from experienced VEAs or consider formal training programs to accelerate your development.
  • Benefits of Fully Remote Work as a VEA Flexibility: You set your own hours (with consideration for the executive’s needs) and create a work-life balance that suits you. Location Independence: Work from anywhere in the world, allowing for freedom to travel or choose a living situation that fits your preferences. Cost Savings: Reduce commuting costs and gain the ability to live in areas with a lower cost of living. Increased Productivity: Many individuals find a greater level of focus and productivity working from home. Entrepreneurial Opportunities: Experienced VEAs often start their own businesses offering VEA services, providing greater earning potential and control.
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