Diploma in secretarial studies module 3 KNEC past papers

Diploma in secretarial studies course focuses on providing students with a broad base knowledge of effective office management skills. The Diploma in Secretarial Studies programme is designed to include the understanding of clerical responsibilities, file management, computer operations and report writing. The course will impart general knowledge to enable the trainee to contribute positively to the society and prepare the trainees for further academic pursuit.

Examination body: KNEC

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

Diploma in secretarial studies module 1 units

  • Shorthand
  • Economics
  • Computerized Document Processing I
  • Secretarial Duties
  • Information Communication Technology 1
  • Communication I
  • Entrepreneurship

Diploma in secretarial studies module 2 units

  • Computerized Document Processing II
  • Shorthand II
  • Accounting
  • Communication II
  • Information Communication Technology II
  • Commercial And Administrative Law
  • Practicum

Diploma in secretarial studies module 3 units

  • Computerized Document Processing III
  • Shorthand III
  • Office Administration And Management
  • Information Communication Technology III
  • Statistics
  • Course Specialization Project

Diploma in secretarial studies module 3 KNEC past papers

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