Diploma in automotive engineering module 1 KNEC past papers

Diploma in automotive engineering module 1 KNEC past papers

  1. workshop technology KNEC past papers
  2. Motor vehicle technology and practice KNEC past papers
  3. Mechanical science KNEC past papers
  4. Materials and metallurgy KNEC past papers
  5. ICT KNEC past papers
  6. Entrepreneurship education KNEC past papers
  7. Engineering mathematics 1 KNEC past papers
  8. Engineering drawing 1 KNEC past papers
  9. Electrical and electronics principles KNEC past papers
  10. communication skills KNEC past papers

Diploma in automotive engineering module 1 units

  • Entrepreneurship
  • life skills
  • Communication skills
  • Mathematics
  • Vehicle body works
  • Electrical principles
  • Workshop technology
  • Applied science
  • Vehicle technology
  • Occupational safety and precautions

Diploma in automotive engineering module 2 units

  • Technical drawing
  • Mathematics 2
  • Vehicle electrical and electronic systems
  • Vehicle engine technology
  • Driving skills
  • Workshop organization and management
  • Business plan
  • Trade project

Diploma in automotive engineering module 3 units

  • Auto electrics and electronics
  • Computer aided design
  • Construction plant technology and practice
  • Control systems
  • Engineering mathematics 3
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Foundry technology
  • Instrumentation
  • Power production systems
  • Production line processes
  • Thermodynamics

Benefits of KNEC past papers

  • It improves learners knowledge
  • Helps you understand the units taught
  • Gives the learners insight on what kind of questions to expect
  • Prepares learners for their main end of course exam.
  • Helps trainers in creating assessment tools
  • Supplements learner’s education.
  • Helps in group discussion


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