Legal Secretaries Among Rare Beasts Earning More Money This Year

If you’re a Secretary or PA, or hoping to become one, you’d be well advised to take a Legal Secretarial Course. That’s because’s annual salary survey for 2013 showed that wages for Legal Secretaries rose in the past year, as did the number of Legal Secretarial job vacancies.

Indeed, while most job titles recorded an increase in vacancies, it was only the role of Legal Secretary that secured an increase in starting salary, the others all dropping year on year.

A fast and well-respected route to joining the profession is to take Pitman Training’s diploma level Legal Secretarial course.

Nationally recognised by employers, this qualification can be earned through flexi-time, part-time or full time study at one of the training centres in London’s Notting Hill, Holborn or Croydon, and in Manchester. It also available as an online distance learning programme.

The Legal Secretarial Diploma comprises of 13 subjects, including all the typing and secretarial skills necessary, plus a choice of three Legal Secretarial subjects from An Introduction, Wills & Probate, Family Law, Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Conveyancing or Company Law.

Pitman Training accept students of all abilities, from beginners to advanced pupils, as long as they are over 18.

Being the oldest and best known name in secretarial training, it is no wonder some law firms place their job vacancies directly with the training centres, especially in Holborn, due to its proximity to Lincolns Inn Fields, Grays Inn, Staple Inn and Temple.

To learn more about taking a Legal Secretarial course, call or email us today! You can even try a free sample of one of the courses, to make sure it’s right for you.

Published by Holborn Training.

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