European Computer Driving Licence


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European Computer Driving Licence

An internationally recognised qualification of computer proficiency which has been adopted as the NHS standard. It requires the successful completion of 7 modules: basic concepts of IT, using the computer and managing files, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation, information and communication.
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Neil Martin, Sean Thomas, Anthony Wynes and Robert Longstaff passed the European Computer Driving Licence Trainning programme
Once Amy got to grips with English and maths, she did an IT course called European Computer Driving Licence. "I had never learnt how to use a computer before and this course showed me how to use Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
Birmingham City University's 2009 PICTA conference at its Millennium Point campus saw delegates introduced to a forthcoming new syllabus for the widely recognised European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) 3-level qualification.
The university's Learn Direct Centre will help the staff achieve the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) qualification, a global standard in computer skills.
The college provides a range of services from very basic computing courses to the industry leading European Computer Driving Licence.
But the 51-year-old has used his disability to inspire him to complete the first section of the European Computer Driving Licence course and gain word-processing skills.
I joined New Deal on a 26-week, European Computer Driving Licence course.
This allows people to study a range of subjects, including languages, ICT, and business and life skills, and gain qualifications such as the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL), Institute of Leadership and Management qualifications, and CLAIT.
Answer : "A European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) and Computer Literacy and Information Technology (CLAIT) are the main qualifications in using computers and cover word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, databases and electronic communication.
They will cover a wide spectrum of topics, from accredited courses such as the European Computer Driving Licence and advanced IT skills for the workplace, to more novice courses such as 'Making the most of your video camera'.
They include European Computer Driving Licence, multimedia, desk top publishing or business administration.
The ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence) covers all the commonly used applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, internet and presentations.

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