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The ICDL Advanced course is a BCS L3 Certificate.
This qualification will gain you L3 credits in Word Processing, Databases, Spreadsheets, Presentations, and Improving Productivity using IT (A module that isn’t on any of our other courses available).
This course is recommended to those with IT knowledge as it is Level 3 – But you do not need prior qualifications to complete the course.
Created and designed personally by Industry Experts, the ICDL (International Computer Driving License) courses were created to expand understanding and knowledge on how to use a computer and in-demand technology.
This is a globally accredited IT qualification – with over 14 million people engaged, in more than 100 countries!
ICDL qualifications are highly sought after and widely recognised by employers worldwide. By achieving this qualification, you are putting yourself a step ahead of everyone else, with your chances of finding employment being heightened.
Whether students come from an experienced background or not, they are able to build practical and functional computer skills and expand their knowledge! Students will be awarded with the ICDL BCS Official accreditation once they are successful and certified!
Please note that this course does not come with exams.
Careers and Jobs opportunities with the ICDL:
This is a widely recognised qualification in the workplace and is becoming increasingly popular amongst both public and private sectors. Many organisations have recognised the Official BCS Accredited ICDL qualification as the computer literacy standard. including The Aviation Industry, the UK Prison Service, and the NHS.
Below are listed some of the industries and job opportunities that a certified ICDL candidate could enter.
-IT Trainer with Microsoft Office
The Improving Productivity module, teaches learners about ways in which you can use Information Technology (IT) skills to improve productivity at work. The module shows how you can work more efficiently by planning the use of IT tools and systems, finding out if the tools or systems you had chosen were appropriate for achieving your goal, and then by finding solutions to work faster when using the same tools.
The Presentations Module covers how to modify and prepare presentations using various slide layouts for printed and display distribution, as well as other tasks such as creating, modifying, and formatting presentations and develop competence in using these presentation tools on a computer.
The Spreadsheets Module covers how to understand and accomplish tasks using formatting, modifying, developing, and using spreadsheets as well as developing the knowledge to create and formulate graphs and charts. This enables students to be able to demonstrate their ability to understand the concept of spreadsheets and their ability to use a spreadsheet application.