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ECDL Part 1

Pendleton Sixth Form College

Vocational qualification

In Salford ()

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    Vocational qualification

Description

ECDL stands for European Computer Driving Licence. It is a level Two course, which gives a wide knowledge of how some of the packages in the Microsoft Suite can be used. The completed course also provides the student with IT users certificates at levels one and two. These are provided by BCS on completion of the ECDL qualification and were introduced to allow education to fund the courses. No.

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A good understanding of how to use the computer is a good idea. An initial assessment will be required as this is a level 1 course.

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Course programme

ECDL Part 1

ECDL stands for European Computer Driving Licence. It is a level Two course, which gives a wide knowledge of how some of the packages in the Microsoft Suite can be used. The completed course also provides the student with IT users certificates at levels one and two.

These are provided by BCS on completion of the ECDL qualification and were introduced to allow education to fund the courses. No extra work is required by the student to gain these certificates. The course involves up to forty five weeks, at two hours a week of tuition in order to gain the required eight modules. Completed exams will be passed to the course leader for checking within 2 weeks of exams being taken and stored.

In order for the student to gain an ECDL certificate eight units need to be achieved, Two of which; theory of the computer and theory of the legal and health and safety issues, are externally marked. Other units are; word processing, spreadsheets, communications, databases, file management and presentations.

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ECDL Part 1

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