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Organizational Skills Online Certificate Course

The Organizational Skills Online Certificate Course gives you access to the skills that will provide substantial benefits to your business and personal life. Organizational skills training will deliver measurable benefits in general productivity and project management.  Taking organizational skills classes can even have a positive effect on memory and retention skills. Our Organizational Skills Online courses will deliver improvements in management skills, time management and communication skills.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Critically look at existing practices that are not organized
  • Know the critical value of a workable filing system
  • Use strategic planning to effectively prioritize your timetable, work projects and daily tasks
  • Establish effective ways of saving information and storing supplies
  • Organize your personal and workspaces effectively
  • Know how to resist procrastination and focus on meeting deadlines
  • Plan to stay organized in the future

Organizational Skills Online Certificate Course - Requirements

The Organizational Skills Online Certificate Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7 and only takes 6 to 8 hours of study to complete. 

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 6 to 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted lifetime access to the Organizational Skills Online course
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Organizational Skills Online Certificate Course - Outline

Module One - Getting Started

Module Two - Remove the Clutter

In this part of the course, we take a look at the first step in becoming more organized. You will learn to get rid of the things that cause distractions and take up space. This might seem overwhelming, but by taking it one step at a time, and remembering to take a break, you can begin to de-clutter your life and start on the path to a successful organization.

Just Do It

A journey begins with a single step, and de-cluttering starts by removing that first object. Don't consider this as a sprint but a marathon. Stop making excuses and dive in.

You Don’t Have to Keep Everything

Some of us are guilty of hoarding and decide to keep everything. The key is to perform a deep examination of what is essential and what we can do without.

Three Boxes: Keep, Donate, and Trash

The most common approach to de-clutter is the Three Boxes Method. Label three boxes accordingly and pick one item at a time. Then drop the item into the corresponding box you think it belongs.

A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place

Another thing that makes a place feel cluttered are items that seem to be out of place. Observe your surroundings and identify things that are not in their proper place.

Module Three – Prioritize

Organization does not only refer to placing items in their proper place. This discipline also includes being able to organize time and activities. In this module, you will learn how to prioritize tasks and allocate time accordingly.

Write it Down

Making a mental note may not be the best idea when organizing your priorities. Having your priorities listed down on a piece of paper does not only make it easier for you to review these items but also makes it possible for you to strike down items and move down further.

Urgent/Important Matrix

The Urgent/Important Matrix is a useful tool that can be used to think about our priorities and how to handle them. But before we can use the matrix, we must first write down everything we want to accomplish within a certain period.

Divide Tasks

Dividing your tasks into smaller groups is a good idea if you're having a difficult time starting because the number of items you have listed seems to be overwhelming. How you divide, this is entirely up to you. The key here is to find a combination that works for you.

80/20 Rule

The 80/20 rules refer to prioritizing what is important and disregarding the rest. This states that if we handle the first 20 percent, which consists of the most important tasks, the rest or 80 percent takes care of itself.

Module Four - Scheduling Your Time

Time is a valuable resource that can’t be replaced or purchased. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. In this module, you will learn how to manage time effectively. How you can create a schedule that maximizes how you use your time and resources.

Have a Master Calendar

Some people may have several calendars, each for every area of their life. This might seem to be a good idea at first since you are keeping your personal life separate from work. But this might not be an ideal setup since you would run the risk of double booking events or miss important appointments.

Setting Deadlines

Deadlines are not something that should be dreaded. An organized person would regard deadlines as something that provides a sense of structure and balance.

Remove or Limit the Time Wasters

Time wasters are anything that takes us away from the task at hand. But before you can do this, you must have to identify these time wasters. This can be anything from personal time-wasters, which include checking social media or messages.

Coping with Things Outside of Your Control

Coping and adapting are the only solutions when we are faced with things outside our control. Once we accept that some things are beyond our control, we can start developing coping mechanisms that can help us overcome these situations.

Module Five - To Do Lists

When you feel overwhelmed by the amount of work you need to do, the easiest way to handle this is to create to-do lists.

Use a Day Planner

A day planner is a great tool to help you manage your time and stay on top of projects and job lists. It is also easy to keep around and accessed whenever you need it.

Finish What You Start

Listing all your tasks is half the job. Finishing what you start is another thing. To get over the tasks, having a sense of completion and accomplishment can give you that extra push you need.

Focus on the Important

Getting lost in your to-do lists and planner is a constant possibility. This is why focusing on the important is essential in keeping you on track. Determine what tasks demand your attention now and which ones can wait until a later time.

Do Quick Tasks Immediately

If you’re feeling overwhelmed with your to-do list, a great way of taking control of the situation is to do quick tasks immediately.

Module Six - Paper and Paperless Storage

Simply doing away with paperwork is impossible, even in the "paperless" age. There will always be paper receipts, invoices, cards, and business letters. The important thing is to keep everything properly filed and stored. Working with an old filing system and a paperless storage system is not impossible. You have to apply the principle of keeping things organized.

Find a System that Works for You

The secret to using an organization method is to find a system that works for you. Whether or not you go paperless, find a filing system that best matches your needs. Below are a few things you could check when deciding what system to use:

  • Where do I keep my information?
  • Do I keep physical things or electronic versions?
  • If I store paper, do I have the space?
  • If I store paperless, do I have the access?

Make It Consistent

Once you find a system that works for you, stick to it. Being consistent makes it easier to be organized because organizing becomes second nature.

Make it Time Sensitive

It's not enough to keep your important files or documents stored for safekeeping. You should also remember that every piece of information is connected to a timeline. To make organizing files more comprehensive, you should consider arranging these based on dates and deadlines.

Setting Up Archives

The next is to set up an archive for documents that you need to keep for future use. The key here is to establish a reference system that allows you to sort through later when you need to find anything.

Module Seven - Organization in Your Work Area

In this module, you will learn how to increase productivity and better project management by developing good organizing habits and value techniques.

Keeping Items Within Arm’s Reach

Organization does not only help you keep track of everything but also makes you more efficient. By keeping items within arm’s reach, you save time which can be spent on other tasks.

Only Have Current Projects on Your Desk

Get rid of the clutter by only keeping projects that you are currently working on in your work area. To keep your desk organized, as yourself:

  • When does this need to be finished?
  • Is it something that can be completed later?
  • Has this already been completed?

Arranging Your Drawers

One way of organizing your drawers is to determine how this relates to your everyday routine.

Organize to Match Your Workflow

Plan and organize according to how you use items. Follow the tips below to get a better idea of how to organize your workflow.

  • Decide what tools you will need for the day
  • Determine if additional supplies are needed
  • Focus on that project or set of tasks for the day. Don’t try to mix in other things.

Module Eight - Tools to Fight Procrastination

Procrastination is one of the leading causes of disorganization. How many times have you've been guilty of making excuses so that we can put off tasks until later? In this module, we will take a look at the different tools and habits to help us get rid of procrastination sooner, rather than later.

Eat That Frog!

This expression advices us to finish our least favorite task first. This way, every other task that comes after is less likely to be as bad as the first one making them relatively easier.

Remove Distractions

After setting out to make your task list, distractions will always be there to make you lose focus and stop working. Identify all possible distractions and make a mental note to stay away from them. Ensure everything you need is organized and stick to your workflow.

Give Yourself a Reward

Rewards are a great way of reminding ourselves of a job well done. It doesn't have to big either. Start with small rewards when working on something, give yourself a break, or get a snack.

Break Up Large Tasks

We often think that we only have a few items on our list to find out that each task contains several tasks included within it. This can be frustrating and overwhelming. Don’t fall into the mistake of miscalculating how much time you have to finish a big task. Start small and start early.

Module Nine – Organizing Your Inbox

Your email inbox is the virtual counterpart of your filing cabinet or document drawer. Today’s email systems contain tools that help you sort and organize emails. When your emails are in order, you can stay on top of your incoming and outgoing mails and always have the information you need.    

  • Setting Delivery Rules
  • Folder and Message Hierarchy
  • Deal with Email Right Away
  • Flag and Highlight Important Items

Module Ten - Avoid the Causes of Disorganization

In this part of the Organizational Skill Online Certificate course, we will discuss the causes of disorganization and how to avoid it. When we make ways to stay organized part of our regular habits, we won't have a need to give in to reasons for disorganization.

Keeping Everything

Some of us are guilty of hoarding. We keep everything because we believe that these might be something we need in the future. In reality, saving every single document, especially expired items and paperwork, only leads to disorganization.

Not Being Consistent

Repetition is the key to learning. Being consistent leads to positive behavior, becoming second nature. Returning to the road of being disorganized can be a slippery slope. We start by forgetting simple things such as removing distractions (turning the phone to silent) until one day; we're back to our old bad habits.

Not Following a Schedule

For many people, not sticking to some routine or schedule can cause them to become disorganized and procrastinate. Create a schedule that is simple and flexible. The best schedules provide structured yet flexible enough to accommodate any emergencies.

Bad Habits

Sometimes bad habits have become second nature that we fail to recognize it for what it is. The first thing is to identify these bad habits and then make a decision to change.

Module Eleven - Discipline is the Key to Stay Organized

Organization doesn't happen overnight, and this isn't the easiest decision to make. It takes hard work, discipline, and lots of good habits to keep on the path of good organization. This is why the process can seem overwhelming at first and seem like a real challenge, but it doesn’t have to be impossible. With some of the following tips and techniques, we can feel more empowered to stay disciplined in your organization.

  • Stay within your systems
  • Learn to say No
  • Have organization be part of your life
  • Plan for tomorrow, today

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Recognition & Accreditation

The International Association of Online Training Standards (IAOTS) has internationally recognized and accredited this course.  Courses For Success offer a unique course structure. Modules are taught in a step by step progression allowing students the opportunity to complete classes quickly and easily.  This means qualifications can be obtained sooner than other courses.

All students who complete the course will receive a certificate of completion. Courses For Success is committed to student satisfaction and works to ensure high completion rates.

Other Administration Skills Courses

Looking to work in the Administration field? Why not check out Courses For Success huge range of administration skills courses!

Module One - Getting Started

Module Two - Remove the Clutter

  • Just do it
  • You dont have to keep everything
  • Three boxes: Keep, donate and trash
  • A place for everything and everything in it's place

Module Three - Prioritize

  • Write it down
  • Urgent / Important Matrix
  • Divide tasks
  • 80/20 rule

Module Four - Scheduling Your Time

  • Have a master calendar
  • Setting deadlines
  • Remove or limit the time wasters
  • Coping with things outside of your control

Module Five - To Do Lists

  • Use a day planner
  • Finish what you start
  • Focus on the important
  • Do quick tasks immediately

Module Six - Paper and Paperless Storage

  • Find a system that works for you
  • Make it consistent
  • Make it time sensitive
  • Setting up archives

Module Seven - Organization in Your Work Area

  • Keeping items within arm's reach
  • Only have current projects on your desk
  • Arranging your drawers
  • Organize to match your workflow

Module Eight - Tools to Fight Procrastination

  • Eat that Frog!
  • Remove distractions
  • Give yourself a reward
  • Break up large tasks

Module Nine - Organizing Your Inbox

  • Setting delivery rules
  • Folder and message hierachy
  • Deal with email right away
  • Flag and highlight important items

Module Ten - Avoid the Causes of Disorganisation

  • Keeping everything
  • Not being consistent
  • Not following a schedule
  • Bad habits

Module Eleven - Discipline is the Key to Stay Organised

  • Stay within your systems
  • Learn to say No
  • Have organisiation be part of your life
  • Plan for tomorrow, today

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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12 December 2019 08:41:34 AM

Great content

3 December 2019 09:24:14 AM

Good tips.

1 December 2019 08:28:15 PM

I learned organizing has to do with decluttering prioritizing and decide on things you want and need to keep, things that can be donated which are much more useful for others and things that are no longer useful or damaged that goes to bin. Think about document organization and desk work place organization that saves time and effective and productive working habit. Learned about procrastination and bad habits that disallow us from achieving our goals.

25 November 2019 09:50:26 PM

Very informative. My organisation skill has improved a great deal.

23 November 2019 06:13:18 PM

I enjoyed this course it was easy to understand, short, uncluttered and to the point. Thank you

17 November 2019 03:35:17 AM

I enjoyed the course. It was worth the time spent. The lectures were short and precise. Also simple to understand. Thank you very much.

11 November 2019 09:30:17 AM

this is great

11 November 2019 09:08:21 AM

this is great

11 November 2019 01:52:55 AM

Good Course!!!

11 November 2019 12:06:07 AM

Excellent course.

10 November 2019 01:43:51 AM

Great course thus far.

8 November 2019 06:28:34 PM

Good

6 November 2019 05:12:22 PM

This course motivated me a lot and felt like I have to start organizing everything in my life immediately.

6 November 2019 12:13:15 PM

I think this is very interesting and should have a follow up in a months time to assess if improvements have been made.

4 November 2019 01:27:12 PM

THANK YOU, I'M HAPPY

4 November 2019 01:05:39 PM

THANK YOU YOU ARE THE BEST

30 October 2019 09:52:58 AM

Good lessons to use at work.

27 October 2019 07:32:24 AM

I enjoy courses for success, courses are great

20 October 2019 03:40:59 PM

very helpful!

18 October 2019 01:45:54 PM

very helpful to get a better understanding of concepts associated with Organisation.

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About this Course

Organizational Skills Online Certificate Course

The Organizational Skills Online Certificate Course gives you access to the skills that will provide substantial benefits to your business and personal life. Organizational skills training will deliver measurable benefits in general productivity and project management.  Taking organizational skills classes can even have a positive effect on memory and retention skills. Our Organizational Skills Online courses will deliver improvements in management skills, time management and communication skills.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Critically look at existing practices that are not organized
  • Know the critical value of a workable filing system
  • Use strategic planning to effectively prioritize your timetable, work projects and daily tasks
  • Establish effective ways of saving information and storing supplies
  • Organize your personal and workspaces effectively
  • Know how to resist procrastination and focus on meeting deadlines
  • Plan to stay organized in the future

Organizational Skills Online Certificate Course - Requirements

The Organizational Skills Online Certificate Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7 and only takes 6 to 8 hours of study to complete. 

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 6 to 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted lifetime access to the Organizational Skills Online course
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded with a certificate of completion

Organizational Skills Online Certificate Course - Outline

Module One - Getting Started

Module Two - Remove the Clutter

In this part of the course, we take a look at the first step in becoming more organized. You will learn to get rid of the things that cause distractions and take up space. This might seem overwhelming, but by taking it one step at a time, and remembering to take a break, you can begin to de-clutter your life and start on the path to a successful organization.

Just Do It

A journey begins with a single step, and de-cluttering starts by removing that first object. Don't consider this as a sprint but a marathon. Stop making excuses and dive in.

You Don’t Have to Keep Everything

Some of us are guilty of hoarding and decide to keep everything. The key is to perform a deep examination of what is essential and what we can do without.

Three Boxes: Keep, Donate, and Trash

The most common approach to de-clutter is the Three Boxes Method. Label three boxes accordingly and pick one item at a time. Then drop the item into the corresponding box you think it belongs.

A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place

Another thing that makes a place feel cluttered are items that seem to be out of place. Observe your surroundings and identify things that are not in their proper place.

Module Three – Prioritize

Organization does not only refer to placing items in their proper place. This discipline also includes being able to organize time and activities. In this module, you will learn how to prioritize tasks and allocate time accordingly.

Write it Down

Making a mental note may not be the best idea when organizing your priorities. Having your priorities listed down on a piece of paper does not only make it easier for you to review these items but also makes it possible for you to strike down items and move down further.

Urgent/Important Matrix

The Urgent/Important Matrix is a useful tool that can be used to think about our priorities and how to handle them. But before we can use the matrix, we must first write down everything we want to accomplish within a certain period.

Divide Tasks

Dividing your tasks into smaller groups is a good idea if you're having a difficult time starting because the number of items you have listed seems to be overwhelming. How you divide, this is entirely up to you. The key here is to find a combination that works for you.

80/20 Rule

The 80/20 rules refer to prioritizing what is important and disregarding the rest. This states that if we handle the first 20 percent, which consists of the most important tasks, the rest or 80 percent takes care of itself.

Module Four - Scheduling Your Time

Time is a valuable resource that can’t be replaced or purchased. Once it’s gone, it’s gone. In this module, you will learn how to manage time effectively. How you can create a schedule that maximizes how you use your time and resources.

Have a Master Calendar

Some people may have several calendars, each for every area of their life. This might seem to be a good idea at first since you are keeping your personal life separate from work. But this might not be an ideal setup since you would run the risk of double booking events or miss important appointments.

Setting Deadlines

Deadlines are not something that should be dreaded. An organized person would regard deadlines as something that provides a sense of structure and balance.

Remove or Limit the Time Wasters

Time wasters are anything that takes us away from the task at hand. But before you can do this, you must have to identify these time wasters. This can be anything from personal time-wasters, which include checking social media or messages.

Coping with Things Outside of Your Control

Coping and adapting are the only solutions when we are faced with things outside our control. Once we accept that some things are beyond our control, we can start developing coping mechanisms that can help us overcome these situations.

Module Five - To Do Lists

When you feel overwhelmed by the amount of work you need to do, the easiest way to handle this is to create to-do lists.

Use a Day Planner

A day planner is a great tool to help you manage your time and stay on top of projects and job lists. It is also easy to keep around and accessed whenever you need it.

Finish What You Start

Listing all your tasks is half the job. Finishing what you start is another thing. To get over the tasks, having a sense of completion and accomplishment can give you that extra push you need.

Focus on the Important

Getting lost in your to-do lists and planner is a constant possibility. This is why focusing on the important is essential in keeping you on track. Determine what tasks demand your attention now and which ones can wait until a later time.

Do Quick Tasks Immediately

If you’re feeling overwhelmed with your to-do list, a great way of taking control of the situation is to do quick tasks immediately.

Module Six - Paper and Paperless Storage

Simply doing away with paperwork is impossible, even in the "paperless" age. There will always be paper receipts, invoices, cards, and business letters. The important thing is to keep everything properly filed and stored. Working with an old filing system and a paperless storage system is not impossible. You have to apply the principle of keeping things organized.

Find a System that Works for You

The secret to using an organization method is to find a system that works for you. Whether or not you go paperless, find a filing system that best matches your needs. Below are a few things you could check when deciding what system to use:

  • Where do I keep my information?
  • Do I keep physical things or electronic versions?
  • If I store paper, do I have the space?
  • If I store paperless, do I have the access?

Make It Consistent

Once you find a system that works for you, stick to it. Being consistent makes it easier to be organized because organizing becomes second nature.

Make it Time Sensitive

It's not enough to keep your important files or documents stored for safekeeping. You should also remember that every piece of information is connected to a timeline. To make organizing files more comprehensive, you should consider arranging these based on dates and deadlines.

Setting Up Archives

The next is to set up an archive for documents that you need to keep for future use. The key here is to establish a reference system that allows you to sort through later when you need to find anything.

Module Seven - Organization in Your Work Area

In this module, you will learn how to increase productivity and better project management by developing good organizing habits and value techniques.

Keeping Items Within Arm’s Reach

Organization does not only help you keep track of everything but also makes you more efficient. By keeping items within arm’s reach, you save time which can be spent on other tasks.

Only Have Current Projects on Your Desk

Get rid of the clutter by only keeping projects that you are currently working on in your work area. To keep your desk organized, as yourself:

  • When does this need to be finished?
  • Is it something that can be completed later?
  • Has this already been completed?

Arranging Your Drawers

One way of organizing your drawers is to determine how this relates to your everyday routine.

Organize to Match Your Workflow

Plan and organize according to how you use items. Follow the tips below to get a better idea of how to organize your workflow.

  • Decide what tools you will need for the day
  • Determine if additional supplies are needed
  • Focus on that project or set of tasks for the day. Don’t try to mix in other things.

Module Eight - Tools to Fight Procrastination

Procrastination is one of the leading causes of disorganization. How many times have you've been guilty of making excuses so that we can put off tasks until later? In this module, we will take a look at the different tools and habits to help us get rid of procrastination sooner, rather than later.

Eat That Frog!

This expression advices us to finish our least favorite task first. This way, every other task that comes after is less likely to be as bad as the first one making them relatively easier.

Remove Distractions

After setting out to make your task list, distractions will always be there to make you lose focus and stop working. Identify all possible distractions and make a mental note to stay away from them. Ensure everything you need is organized and stick to your workflow.

Give Yourself a Reward

Rewards are a great way of reminding ourselves of a job well done. It doesn't have to big either. Start with small rewards when working on something, give yourself a break, or get a snack.

Break Up Large Tasks

We often think that we only have a few items on our list to find out that each task contains several tasks included within it. This can be frustrating and overwhelming. Don’t fall into the mistake of miscalculating how much time you have to finish a big task. Start small and start early.

Module Nine – Organizing Your Inbox

Your email inbox is the virtual counterpart of your filing cabinet or document drawer. Today’s email systems contain tools that help you sort and organize emails. When your emails are in order, you can stay on top of your incoming and outgoing mails and always have the information you need.    

  • Setting Delivery Rules
  • Folder and Message Hierarchy
  • Deal with Email Right Away
  • Flag and Highlight Important Items

Module Ten - Avoid the Causes of Disorganization

In this part of the Organizational Skill Online Certificate course, we will discuss the causes of disorganization and how to avoid it. When we make ways to stay organized part of our regular habits, we won't have a need to give in to reasons for disorganization.

Keeping Everything

Some of us are guilty of hoarding. We keep everything because we believe that these might be something we need in the future. In reality, saving every single document, especially expired items and paperwork, only leads to disorganization.

Not Being Consistent

Repetition is the key to learning. Being consistent leads to positive behavior, becoming second nature. Returning to the road of being disorganized can be a slippery slope. We start by forgetting simple things such as removing distractions (turning the phone to silent) until one day; we're back to our old bad habits.

Not Following a Schedule

For many people, not sticking to some routine or schedule can cause them to become disorganized and procrastinate. Create a schedule that is simple and flexible. The best schedules provide structured yet flexible enough to accommodate any emergencies.

Bad Habits

Sometimes bad habits have become second nature that we fail to recognize it for what it is. The first thing is to identify these bad habits and then make a decision to change.

Module Eleven - Discipline is the Key to Stay Organized

Organization doesn't happen overnight, and this isn't the easiest decision to make. It takes hard work, discipline, and lots of good habits to keep on the path of good organization. This is why the process can seem overwhelming at first and seem like a real challenge, but it doesn’t have to be impossible. With some of the following tips and techniques, we can feel more empowered to stay disciplined in your organization.

  • Stay within your systems
  • Learn to say No
  • Have organization be part of your life
  • Plan for tomorrow, today

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Recognition & Accreditation

The International Association of Online Training Standards (IAOTS) has internationally recognized and accredited this course.  Courses For Success offer a unique course structure. Modules are taught in a step by step progression allowing students the opportunity to complete classes quickly and easily.  This means qualifications can be obtained sooner than other courses.

All students who complete the course will receive a certificate of completion. Courses For Success is committed to student satisfaction and works to ensure high completion rates.

Other Administration Skills Courses

Looking to work in the Administration field? Why not check out Courses For Success huge range of administration skills courses!

Module One - Getting Started

Module Two - Remove the Clutter

  • Just do it
  • You dont have to keep everything
  • Three boxes: Keep, donate and trash
  • A place for everything and everything in it's place

Module Three - Prioritize

  • Write it down
  • Urgent / Important Matrix
  • Divide tasks
  • 80/20 rule

Module Four - Scheduling Your Time

  • Have a master calendar
  • Setting deadlines
  • Remove or limit the time wasters
  • Coping with things outside of your control

Module Five - To Do Lists

  • Use a day planner
  • Finish what you start
  • Focus on the important
  • Do quick tasks immediately

Module Six - Paper and Paperless Storage

  • Find a system that works for you
  • Make it consistent
  • Make it time sensitive
  • Setting up archives

Module Seven - Organization in Your Work Area

  • Keeping items within arm's reach
  • Only have current projects on your desk
  • Arranging your drawers
  • Organize to match your workflow

Module Eight - Tools to Fight Procrastination

  • Eat that Frog!
  • Remove distractions
  • Give yourself a reward
  • Break up large tasks

Module Nine - Organizing Your Inbox

  • Setting delivery rules
  • Folder and message hierachy
  • Deal with email right away
  • Flag and highlight important items

Module Ten - Avoid the Causes of Disorganisation

  • Keeping everything
  • Not being consistent
  • Not following a schedule
  • Bad habits

Module Eleven - Discipline is the Key to Stay Organised

  • Stay within your systems
  • Learn to say No
  • Have organisiation be part of your life
  • Plan for tomorrow, today

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

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12 December 2019 08:41:34 AM

Great content

3 December 2019 09:24:14 AM

Good tips.

1 December 2019 08:28:15 PM

I learned organizing has to do with decluttering prioritizing and decide on things you want and need to keep, things that can be donated which are much more useful for others and things that are no longer useful or damaged that goes to bin. Think about document organization and desk work place organization that saves time and effective and productive working habit. Learned about procrastination and bad habits that disallow us from achieving our goals.

25 November 2019 09:50:26 PM

Very informative. My organisation skill has improved a great deal.

23 November 2019 06:13:18 PM

I enjoyed this course it was easy to understand, short, uncluttered and to the point. Thank you

17 November 2019 03:35:17 AM

I enjoyed the course. It was worth the time spent. The lectures were short and precise. Also simple to understand. Thank you very much.

11 November 2019 09:30:17 AM

this is great

11 November 2019 09:08:21 AM

this is great

11 November 2019 01:52:55 AM

Good Course!!!

11 November 2019 12:06:07 AM

Excellent course.

10 November 2019 01:43:51 AM

Great course thus far.

8 November 2019 06:28:34 PM

Good

6 November 2019 05:12:22 PM

This course motivated me a lot and felt like I have to start organizing everything in my life immediately.

6 November 2019 12:13:15 PM

I think this is very interesting and should have a follow up in a months time to assess if improvements have been made.

4 November 2019 01:27:12 PM

THANK YOU, I'M HAPPY

4 November 2019 01:05:39 PM

THANK YOU YOU ARE THE BEST

30 October 2019 09:52:58 AM

Good lessons to use at work.

27 October 2019 07:32:24 AM

I enjoy courses for success, courses are great

20 October 2019 03:40:59 PM

very helpful!

18 October 2019 01:45:54 PM

very helpful to get a better understanding of concepts associated with Organisation.

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Course Summary

Course ID No.: 020ORGSKIL
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: Unlimited lifetime
Time required: Study at your own pace
Course Duration: 6-8 Hours
Qualification: Certificate

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