ECDL (IT)

Course

Distance

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Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Methodology

    Distance Learning

  • Location

    Norwich

  • Duration

    Flexible

Description

The ECDL syllabus is designed to cover the key concepts of computing, its practical applications and their use in the workplace and society. It is broken down into seven modules, each of which must be passed before an ECDL certificate is awarded. Once a candidate is registered at an accredited Test Centre, (BCTS is an accredited centre) a logbook listing all 7 modules is issued. 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.
Suitable for: ECDL is designed specifically for those who wish to gain a benchmark 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.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Norwich (Norfolk)
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9 Hellesdon Park Road, NR6 5DR

Starts

On request

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Course programme

How does ECDL work?
The ECDL syllabus is designed to cover the key concepts of computing, its practical applications and their use in the workplace and society. It is broken down into seven modules, each of which must be passed before an ECDL certificate is awarded.

Once a candidate is registered at an accredited Test Centre, (BCTS is an accredited centre) a logbook listing all 7 modules is issued. 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. When all 7 modules have been successfully passed, the logbook is exchanged for a certificate and ECDL 'license' card.

The seven modules that make up the ECDL are:
1.Basic concepts of IT
2.Using the computer and managing files
3.Word processing
4.Spreadsheets
5.Database
6.Presentation
7.Information and Communication

What will I gain?
1.Raise your level of competency in IT and computing skills
2.Improves your productivity at home and work
3.Requires no prior knowledge of IT or computer skills
4.Provides you with a worldwide recognised qualification

British computer society
The British Computer Society (BCS) manages and promotes the ECDL in the UK on behalf of the ECDL Foundation.

Skills for Life support is available on all BCTS training programmes.
BCTS mentor support is available for most categories of learners.

ECDL (IT)

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