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Want to excel in your career? Here’s a list of training programs to achieve success

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Are you a Filipino working or living overseas and wanting to excel in your career? Dubai-based Filipino Institute offers short-term courses that are intended to enhance different skills of employees, thus helping them improve individual performance through face-to-face classes and e-learning systems. 

Under FI’s certification courses, they offer a wide range of courses that can be taken up three hours per session. 

Below is the list of some of the most-taken courses under FI: 

1. Excel Basic

Whether you’re just starting to explore the world of Excel or tasked to do Excel work in your office, the best thing to do is take Excel Basic. 

2. Medical Coding 1

Medical coders have been an in-demand course now. They’re employed in a variety of settings including physician offices, hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, and outpatient facilities. 

3. Caregiver 1.1

There is a growing need for caregivers across the world. Thousands of Filipinos are taking this course every year at the Filipino Institute. 

4. Accounting Intermediate

Accountancy certification is always valuable. Not only you get to learn how to focus on money management, financial recording, and reporting, you’d also get to learn to save cash for a business or sole traders. 

5. Business Management

This course suits you if you’re devoted to organizing, analyzing, and planning various types of business operations. FI’s program teaches one fundamental skill that is required to efficiently run or manage a business. 

6. Baking

For anyone who enjoys the culinary arts, taking baking classes is both an enjoyable and informational experience. 

7. Japanese Language

Migrating to Japan? FI offers Japanese classes for those who want to learn the language. It also offers other languages including Arabic and English. 

See the list of courses of FI below: 

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