RCC Bank Teller Course Begins Sept. 17 at Archdale Center
ASHEBORO (August 20, 2012)
Husband and wife Phillip and Karen Early both completed the Banking: Pre-Teller Course at Randolph Community College recently and were granted an interview with a local bank. Karen has been offered her choice of three positions with two banks.
Nine students recently completed Randolph Community College’s Banking: Pre-Teller Course at RCC’s Asheboro Campus and were interviewed by a local bank.
“RCC’s Pre-Teller Banking course is a wonderful course to take if you think you may be interested in the banking field,” said Karen Early, one of the students, who took the class with her husband, Phillip Early Jr. “It provides a vast amount of information on the many different aspects of the world of a teller.”
According to the Employment Security Commission, the number of job openings for bank tellers in North Carolina was expected to increase 16% from 2008 through 2018. Annual wages for tellers in North Carolina range from $20,300 - $30,600.
The Banking: Pre-Teller Course is designed for persons interested in becoming bank tellers and cashiers. Topics to be covered in the 36-hour course include balancing operations, handling cash, customer relations, introduction to banking operations, motivation and self-confidence, professional conduct and dress, and security procedures.
The next class will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays, 6-9 p.m., Sept. 17 - Oct. 29, at the Archdale Center. The registration fee is $120. Students who successfully complete the class are promised an interview with a local bank, but are not guaranteed a job.
For more information or to register, call RCC’s Corporate and Continuing Education Division at 336-633-0268.