European-International Computer Driving License
The European Computer Driving Licence® (ECDL) known as the ICDL outside Europe is the internationally recognised qualification which enables people to demonstrate their competence in computer skills.
The ECDL / ICDL is designed specifically for those who wish to gain a basic qualification in computing to enable them to develop their IT skills and enhance their career prospects. No prior knowledge of IT or computer skills is needed to study ECDL.
ECDL - ICDL Syllabus
The ECDL syllabus is designed to cover the key concepts of computing, its practical applications and their use in the workplace and society in general. It is broken down into seven modules, each of which must be passed before the ECDL certificate is awarded.
Benefits of taking ECDL-ICDL
ECDL is designed to help people at work and at home. It will confirm to potential employers that the person has a professionally recognized, relevant and up-to-date qualification and it will assist in raising familiarity with the technology and its uses.
ECDL-ICDL Sample Tests Version 5.0
ECDL sample paper give an indication about the scope and approach adopted within the ECDL standard tests.
What is E-Citizen?
E-Citizen is a brand new qualification from the ECDL family. It is aimed at those who have some computer knowledge but are using the Internet on a very limited basis or not at all.
What Will I Learn?
This programme is divided into 3 blocks:In Block 1 you will learn about the computer hardware and software, how to use the desktop, scroll bars and dialog boxes, how to use files and folders, create, edit, save and print documents and learn the basic principles of the Internet and email.
In Block 3 you will use the skills that you have acquired throughout the course to carry out day-to-day tasks online such as paying bills, buying a CD, making a holiday reservation, completing a job application or taking part in a discussion group. You will also look at some of the risks associated with the Internet such as credit card fraud and take precautionary steps to avoid it.
What Materials Will I Use?
You will be given a student workbook, which describes in detail how to carry out each task, you will then carry out a series of tasks via email and the Internet.
Competency in each module is tested via computer-based assessment under exam conditions. Once a candidate is registered at our audited Testing Center, a logbook listing all 7 modules is issued. As the candidates pass each module, a representative of our accredited testing center will sign the logbook. The modules may be taken in any order and over any period of time up to three years - even all at once - offering maximum flexibility. After completion of all 7 modules, the logbook is exchanged for a certificate. For more details of costs (logbook and tests) as well as for a schedule of exams please call Mrs. Sofia Papatheodoulou,Training Manager at 22.713.000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Register
To register for any of the above modules use the information given on our Schedule of Classes to identify the course you require, and then simply fill up our Online Enrollment Form or download our PDF enrollment form and fax it to 22.662.051 or call Mrs. Sofia Papatheodoulou, Training Manager on 22.713.000 to reserve a place. Completed registration form should reach EUC at least 5 working days before the commencing of the seminar. A partial payment of 35% should be included with the registration form.
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