ECDL / ICDL for Work

Business Women

"ICDL helped me get a job!"

In today's workplace, it is important that employees have the ability to use technology efficiently and effectively. Employers expect job applicants to have computer skills prior to being hired, whereas employees with the right skills have the potential to progress further in their careers.


Certified Computer Skills:

  • Make applicants more attractive to potential employers
  • Enable employees to be more productive
  • Increase the likelihood of career advancement

  

What Employers Want

Employers know that people with computer skills are more productive. They are more efficient in carrying out tasks that could otherwise be time-consuming. They use technology to communicate more effectively and waste less time troubleshooting IT issues. Employers want employees who are skilled and who will contribute to achieving the goals of the business in the most efficient, effective, and productive manner.


women promoted

"ECDL helped me get promoted!"

Prove your Skills

ECDL Foundation's certifications prove to your employer or potential employer that you have the skills needed for today's workplace and show that you have achieved a high-quality and internationally recognised standard. With superior syllabi which are uniquely validated to ensure that they are always relevant, up-to-date and meaningful, ECDL Foundation's certifications, through the ECDL / ICDL programme and also the ECDL / ICDL Advanced programme, have already helped over 11 million people to demonstrate their skills and gain a competitive advantage in the employment market. 


Choose your Preferred Software Applications

Because ECDL Foundation's certification programmes are vendor netural you can train and test using your preferred software applications. The range of programmes offered ensures that you can undertake the right skills programme for employment, whether you are a complete beginner, already have basic knowledge but want to become a fully competent user of computers and standard applications, or a more advanced user.


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