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Hungarian teachers given opportunity to develop skills in using ICT in education with ECDL

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Hungarian ECDL National Operator, NJSZT, has implemented an Accredited Teacher education programme, under an EU Call for Proposals. The programme helps teachers to become familiar with the use of digital technologies in public education through 30 hours of training based on the ECDL syllabus. Teachers can also follow the ECDL ICT in Education module through distance education.

Teachers in Hungary must attend compulsory retraining courses every 7 years, and can use ECDL certificates as evidence of this training. Continuing a focus on education, in early 2019, NJSZT plans to introduce an endorsed module on social media aimed at high school students.

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