PACE Program Overview


How PACE program materials streamline your path to career advancement . . . and your Certificate

Preparing for your PACE exam is easy and enjoyable: Access everything via an easy-to-navigate online portal.

PACE Landing Graphic.jpg.small.400x400.jpegYou’ll enjoy studying for PACE certification, because learning materials are well organized, the skills you acquire will help with everyday tasks, and you can study at your convenience—anytime or anywhere.

Above all, the PACE program is designed to make you successful in learning and passing the certification exam:

The PACE Study Plan: Get inside tips on methods most effective for learning PACE content—preparation, study routine, retention techniques and test-taking best practices.

The PACE Study Guide: This online “book” gives you a compact outline of the entire PACE learning process, including skills training itself. It takes you step-by-step through all critical skills and exam content in a clear, easy-to-understand format.

PACE Training Videos: All skills learning is reinforced through videos of live instructors reviewing all PACE training content—all supported by colorful, illustrated, summary slides—so you can watch, listen and read. It’s a best-practices formula for skills acquisition—and exam success.

PACE Training Modules sharpen your most highly valued skills

Four learning modules cover the scope of the core skills and concepts you’ll master as part of your PACE training and exam preparation.

Module 1: Interpersonal Communications: Interpersonal communication is the fundamental skill for success in any business environment: You’ll cover persuasion, written communications, confidentiality, self-promotion and others.

Module 2: Task and Project Management: Above all, you are evaluated on your ability to get things done—so you’ll cover best ways to move work forward, manage time, supervise events, handle travel and emails, and manage workspaces.

Module 3: Computer and Internet Technologies: Ensure you’re on top of critical digital communications and tools—by covering critical hardware and software, productivity tools, online research, security, and networked computing.

Module 4: Management Skills: Guiding others is a critical skill for every upwardly mobile admin professional. That’s why you’ll cover vision, mission and values, leadership, staff relations, decision-making, and managing teams.

These modules help ensure you have confidence and competence to support your supervisors, add value to your department and company and generate recognition for your contribution.

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