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BCS Video: Employability Success at UEL

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BCS Highlights Workplace Digital Skills in Video with University of East London

The importance of digital skills for students was emphasised in a recent video featuring students of the University of East London, produced by BCS – the Chartered Institute for IT.

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Inspiring Digital Skills Projects Featured in New Video Series

Six outstanding projects that have used ECDL or ICDL to transform peoples’ lives have been featured in a new video series from ECDL Foundation. The ‘ECDL Stories’ series provides a look at how six projects from Austria, Colombia, Malta, South Africa, Yemen and Zimbabwe, have used the ECDL and ICDL digital skills certifications to help people build the skills they need for today and tomorrow.

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MultiMedia Certification

The purpose of the MultiMedia programme is to ensure awareness, understanding and competence of digital media programs in capturing, manipulating, editing, mixing and exporting digital audio/video data.

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ECDL Videos.

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European Politicians Call for Investment in Digital Skills

European Politicians Call for Investment in Digital Skills

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Internet Protocol Version 6 – Whats New?

What is an Internet Protocol (IP), and why is a new one required?

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How cyber security connects us all

IT security is a concern for everybody, from ENISA to the home PC user.

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From expert collaboration to the international space station: how a new module was born

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e-Skills for Jobs Campaign Launched in Riga

e-Skills for Jobs Campaign Launched in Riga

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Digital Skills Can Help People in Crisis

Digital Skills Can Help People in Crisis

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Digital Competition Launched in Italy for ECDL Graduates at School

Digital Competition Launched in Italy for ECDL Graduates at School

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Italy: Falcone Institute

Students’, staff and the wider community’s ICT skills benefit from ECDL: Falcone Education Institute. Against the backdrop of the successful national agreement between the Italian Ministry of Education and the Italian Computer Society (AICA), the ‘Gallarate Higher Institute’ (L’Istituto Superiore G. Falcone Gallarate) became an ECDL Accredited Test Centre in 2002.

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AICA Develops ECDL Tests & E-learning Based on Google’s G Suite

AICA, the ECDL National Operator in Italy, is taking part in the Education and Work on Cloud (EDOC) project, as part of the ‘Smart Cities, Communities and Social Innovation’ initiative, sponsored by the Italian Ministry of Education.

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European Vocational Skills Week

European Vocational Skills week is an initiative of the European Commission, which aims to raise awareness of the importance of vocational education and training (VET). ECDL, as a leading international vocational certification, has been used extensively to prepare people for the workforce, equipping them with the key vocational skills that they will need to succeed.

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6 tips for the perfect presentation

Tips for a good presentation including how to tell a story, use animated graphics and prepare thoroughly.

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Why you are never too old to learn ICT skills

Digital literacy is not just for young people. Older citizens can benefit equally and sometimes more from learning digital skills.

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Why teachers need to improve their ICT skills

As it’s almost Back to School time, parents will want their children’s digital skills to be up to scratch to keep up with their studies. But what about their teachers?

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New IT Security Skills Development Programme Launched to Create 'Culture of Security’ and Protect European Minors

New IT Security Skills Development Programme Launched to Create 'Culture of Security’ and Protect European Minors

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ICDL Asia Exhibit at Victorian Information Technology Teachers Association Conference in Melbourne

ICDL Asia Exhibit at Victorian Information Technology Teachers Association Conference in Melbourne

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University UAT Launching Their Institutional Certification Programme In Mexico

University UAT Launching Their Institutional Certification Programme In Mexico

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Children at Risk Because of Lack of Knowledge of Online Safety

Children risk falling victim to dangers online and parents are often unaware of the realities of the risks that social media presents. Those are two of the conclusions of the 'Growing Up Digital' report, published today by the Children's Commissioner for England.

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Protecting Children Online – the Challenges Facing EU Policy Makers

At a policy level, internet safety is a thorny issue. Those who create policy in this area must balance the need to allow individuals the freedom to benefit from an increasingly essential communication and information resource with the need to protect the vulnerable from those who will inevitably exploit this level of connectivity.

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Digital Agenda Assembly – Seeking Means to Enhance Digital Literacy and e-Inclusion in Europe

Digital Agenda Assembly – Seeking Means to Enhance Digital Literacy and e-Inclusion in Europe

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ECDL Prepares Undergraduates for the Workplace at one of the UK’s Fastest Growing Universities

ECDL Prepares Undergraduates for the Workplace at one of the UK’s Fastest Growing Universities

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6 Tips for Better Digital Marketing

Marketing your business online might seem like a daunting prospect, but it really needn’t be. Here are 6 easy tips to make your efforts stand out from the crowd.

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Austria: Vocational Education and Training for Teachers

Digital media is firmly part of the modern classroom. Computers, tablets and smartphones are now just as much a part of everyday learning as they are in students’ lives outside school. Teachers in Vocational Education and Training (VET) need to develop the digital and media skills to keep up, or they will be overtaken by their students in the digital world.

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Why PCs are here to stay

The PC or personal computer is not dying and it has not been replaced by the tablet. We prove it.

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3 Digital Resolutions for 2015

New Year’s Resolutions don’t have to just be about abstaining from fun and embracing misery. For a healthier digital life, you don’t need to go huffing around the park or ditching your favourite foods. In fact, these digital habits will make your life easier from the get-go. All of these activities are desk-based, easy to maintain and (in at least one case) enjoyable.

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Schools' role in Addressing the ‘Digital Native’ Fallacy

There is growing recognition that our schools must address the Digital Native Fallacy and offer young people structured programmes in the effective and safe use of digital technology in their personal lives and in the use of the digital technology they will be expected to use in their further education and future workplaces.

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ECDL Provides Essential Vocational Digital Skills for Mobility

This week is European Vocational Skills Week, highlighting the importance of Vocational Education and Training in our lives. All week long, we’re highlighting examples of how ECDL is being used to help people build up their essential workplace digital skills.

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Developing Appropriate Skills for the Future: Teaching the Right Technology Skills

In some countries, it is felt that the skills currently being delivered to school-goers will not equip them for what direction they are likely to pursue in the future – either for third-level education, or for the workforce. This paper considers this current re-examination of digital skills development in schools. It cautions against solely focussing on the delivery of ‘industry-led’ skills, such as those that comprise Computer Science as an academic discipline, at the expense of broad-based digital literacy skills. Digital literacy skills, and those that make up Computer Science, such as programming, should be delivered in a complementary fashion. This more complementary approach will ensure that children leave schools with a more complete set of skills, which will better equip them for a broader range of work and life activities.

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The power of the modern teenager and what’s empowering them

From 17-year-old millionaire Nick D'Aloisio to 16-year-old media mogul Tavi Gevinson, we find what these successful kids have in common.

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Technology and the new old-age

The increasing proportion of older persons is rapid. One of the biggest tools at our disposal in the face of such a looming crisis is technology.

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Digital Habits to break in 2014

Our tips for better digital habits in 2014 including avoiding viruses, less ‘sharing’, more back-ups and safer internet use.

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What the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs has achieved

In March 2013, the European Commission launched something new and rather ambitious: a Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs.

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ECDL Foundation Launches Digital Marketing Module

ECDL Foundation launched its new Digital Marketing module at an event in Italy this October. Find out more at ecdl.org/digitalmarketing

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IT Security Skills Are Essential Today

IT security is an increasingly important issue for all computer users. While increasing numbers of people are using computers and the internet in more and more areas of life, the risks that people face are becoming more sophisticated.

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ECDL and Qualifications Frameworks

While it can be a challenge to compare qualifications and certifications between different countries, initiatives like National Qualifications Frameworks can help bring clarity and reduce skills mismatches in today’s workplace by increasing mobility for workers. ECDL Foundation has published a new brochure, looking at qualifications frameworks in more detail, and examining how the ECDL programme fits into them.

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Vocational Education and Training for Teachers in Austria

Digital media is firmly part of the modern classroom. Computers, tablets and smartphones are now just as much a part of everyday learning as they are in students’ lives outside school. Teachers in Vocational Education and Training (VET) need to develop the digital and media skills to keep up, or they will be overtaken by their students in the digital world.

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ECDL Foundation Launches New Computing Module

ECDL Foundation’s new Computing module was launched in Malta today, at an event hosted by ECDL Malta. The new module will help candidates build and certify skills in areas like computational thinking, problem solving, algorithms and coding. It is aimed at the education sector, particularly secondary school students, and their teachers.

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ECDL Foundation Launches ICT in Education Module

ECDL Foundation launched its newest module, ICT in Education, at an event in Kigali today. The module is aimed at teachers, and will equip them with the skills they need to effectively use technology in the classroom.

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ECDL Officially Launches Information Literacy Module

ECDL Foundation launched its latest module, Information Literacy at an event in Prague, Czech Republic, this month. The module covers the essentials of finding, evaluating and working with online information.

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ICT in Education Pilot by Computer Society of Zimbabwe

Staff and students at Seke Teachers College in Zimbabwe talk about the pilot of the new ICDL ICT in Education module.

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ECDL in Schools by ECDL Malta

ECDL is a valuable part of education in Malta. We spoke with staff and students at two schools in the country, to hear their experiences of building their ICT skills.

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'OCG Cares' by Austrian Computer Society

OCG, the Austrian Computer Society, launched their 'OCG Cares' initiative to help newly arrived refugees become better integrated in Austrian society.

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Cape Access by ICDL South Africa and Western Cape Government

ICDL South Africa and Western Cape Government have brought ICDL to people across parts of rural South Africa through the Cape Access programme. Students and trainers at several centres recorded their own thoughts on how ICDL helps them.

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ICDL at UST in Yemen by Specto

Despite an ongoing civil war, the University of Science and Technology in Yemen has succeeded in keeping ICDL going, helping students prepare for their futures.

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ICDL at SENA by ICDL Colombia

ICDL is helping to bring strong digital skills to staff at SENA, the national training service in Colombia. We spoke with some of the people at SENA who are involved with the project to find out why digital skills are important to them, and what their experience of ICDL has been.

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Our Story - 20 Years of ECDL

We're celebrating 20 years of ECDL throughout 2017. Here's our story, from our start in 1997, to the worldwide programme that is ECDL today.

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ECDL Foundation

ECDL is the world's leading computer skills certification. To date more than 15 million people have engaged with the ECDL programme, in over 100 countries, through our network of over 24,000 ICDL Accredited Test Centres (ATCs).

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