Become a Receptionist
The job of a good Receptionist is to provide the vital reception support function in any busy office. You will need to master being the face of the business while also being the go to person for the demanding needs of your colleagues. With our Professional Receptionist Diploma course you will get high quality training which not only gives you great IT skills, but will also teach you how to feel confident being the first point of contact for the business. In fact with your completed diploma, you will have an excellent opportunity to get a job as the front face of the business.
As a Receptionist, you will act as the face of your company. You will be the first person that clients and customers meet, so the impression you make will speak volumes about the way your company does business. Our Receptionist Diploma is designed to equip you with all the essential skills you will need to be an integral member of any company in this crucial role. You will be at the front line of communications; ensuring information is provided in the right manner, as well as dealing with enquiries and requests from clients and colleagues even when you are busy with a range of tasks
With the Receptionist Diploma you will learn great administration skills, excellent IT and keyboard skills and how to conduct yourself as a professional receptionist. In fact, with your completed diploma, you will be able to effortlessly manage the most demanding tasks – making you a highly valued member of any business.
What our students had to say
“When I returned to work in 2000 having raised my family, I was unfamiliar with computers. I undertook a very basic computer course and was lucky to be offered a part time job with a local Solicitors, but I always felt there was so much more to Word and Excel that I did not know. Having spent six months at Pitman doing the above course, I was lucky enough to get a part time job as a typist/receptionist with a Chartered Surveyors. Although this job is very different to my last one, I have been able to make use of the skills I learned on your course, especially with Word and Excel.
Having been a volunteer for many years, in August 2009 I was offered an admin job. I needed to use Access and could confidently do this having completed my training in that as well. I now have two part time jobs which keeps me very busy! I feel sure that I would not have been offered the second admin job if I had not learned Access, as this takes up a great part of my working hours.
I really enjoyed my time at Pitman. The staff were really friendly and helpful and it was a very professional environment to be in. It certainly got me through the six months I was unemployed as it felt almost like going out to work on the days I attended the Training Centre.” HG
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