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Certification summary

ECDL (European Computer Driving License) is an internationally recognised qualification. The ECDL certification you get upon completing your test is accredited by BCS. ECDL is recognised globally by employers, as the benchmark in Digital & IT User skills.

The ECDL syllabus is designed and is suitable for beginner / novice computer users, meaning that anyone can take the course no matter your current skills or previous experience – making it a fantastic course for everyone.

The course is a complete study programme, designed to improve your computer skills and technical expertise to get you to a high standard in Computer literacy – ready for your future career.

Students gain an extensive and thorough understanding of in demand and popular software programmes, and a firm grasp on how PC’s work! Students will be awarded the Official BCS ECDL certification upon completion of the course.

Course Summary

Designed to build your skills in the 8 core principals of IT, our range of ECDL courses can help develop your computing abilities – whether you are a beginner or an intermediate computer user.

IT User Skills – Level 2 Certificate (ECDL Core).

This qualification provides students with 25 credits and a Level 2 Certificate Qualification – consisting of Modules 1-7

Through the extensive range of skills that this qualification provides, it opens up a wide range of opportunities for students!

(Ofqual QAN – Qualification Accreditation Number – 601/8240/4)

 


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ECDL Description:

Created and designed personally by Industry Experts, the ECDL (European 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!

ECDL 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 ECDL BCS Official accreditation once they are successful and certified!

This course provides students with a broad range of career that they can go into, due to the variety of skills that it provides.

These are just some of the potential careers you could end up in…

-Cyber Security
-IT
-Word processing
-Spreadsheet support
-Database software support,
-Presentation software support
-Internet & emailing support
-Online Productivity improvement.

The ECDL course is ideal for anyone looking to start their career in the industry and offers a completely flexible working programme. No prior expertise or skills are needed – the ECDL course is designed for anyone to be able to complete, whether you are an intermediate computer user, or a total novice beginner!

 

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Careers and Jobs opportunities with the ECDL:

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 ECDL 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 ECDL candidate could enter.

-Healthcare
-PA/Office
-IT Trainer with Microsoft Office
-Bookkeeping
-Secretarial
-Aviation
-Financial Auditor
-Public Sector

 

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Course Modules

Computer Essentials

The Computer Essentials Module covers using the common functions of a PC and its operating system, and to learn how to organise and manage directories/folders and files and learn to operate effectively within the desktop environment.

IT Security

The IT Security Module covers Guidelines and Procedures, Data Security, Technology Security, and System Performance and enables students to demonstrate their competence and knowledge in these areas.

Online Essentials

The Using Email & the Internet Module covers how to use a web browsing application, how to understand concepts of electronic mail (email), and other communication options and enables students to learn about the Internet overall.

Presentations

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.

Spreadsheets

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.

Word Processing

The Word Processing Module covers how to accomplish everyday Word Processing tasks associated with formatting, creating, and finishing small-sized documents such as letters and enables candidates to use a Word Processing application.

Databases

The Database Module covers how to retrieve and manipulate information from databases, by using sort and query tools. This also includes preparing outputs ready for distribution, modifying, and creating tables, queries, forms, and reports. It enables students to understand how to use a database application and understand the main concepts of databases.

 

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Course Options

IT User Skills

IT User Skills is a Level 1 ITQ Award (ECDL Essentials, which is designed as an Introduction to IT), consists of Modules 1, 2 and 7 with 9 Credits rewarded.

(Qualification Accreditation Number – 500/6226/8).

IT User Skills

IT User Skills Level 2 ITQ Certificate (ECDL Extra), consists of modules 3, 4, 6 and 8 (Improving Productivity Using IT) with 16 Credits rewarded.

This builds and helps students to improve their understanding of spreadsheets, presentation software packages, and word processing.

(Qualification Accreditation Number – 500/6242/6).

IT User Skills

Level 2 Certificate (ECDL Core) is a Level 2 Certificate Qualification, consisting of Modules 1 to 7 (Excluding the Productivity in IT module), with 25 Credits rewarded.

A wide variety of opportunities are opened to students through the broad range of skills that this qualification provides.

(Qualification Accreditation Number – 601/8240/4).

ECDL Core (7 Unit)

QAN: 601/8240/4

ECDL Core (7 Unit) with Exams

QAN: 601/8240/4

ECDL Essentials (BCS L1 Award)

QAN: 500/6226/8

ECDL Advanced (BCS L3 Certificate)

QAN: 500/6243/8

IT User Fundamentals (L1)

IT User Fundamentals (L1)

IT User Fundamentals (L1)

IT Security for Users (L1)

IT Security for Users (L1)

IT Security for Users (L1)

Using Internet & Email (L1) 

Using Internet & Email (L1) 

Using Internet & Email (L1) 

Word Processing (L2)

Word Processing (L2)

Word Processing (L3)

Databases (L2)

Databases (L2)

Databases (L3)

Spreadsheets (L2)

Spreadsheets (L2)

Spreadsheets (L3)

Presentations (L2)

Presentations (L2)

Presentations (L3)

Improving Productivity using IT (L3)

Official Examinations

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