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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).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Staff and students at Seke Teachers College in Zimbabwe talk about the pilot of the new ICDL ICT in Education module.
OCG, the Austrian Computer Society, launched their 'OCG Cares' initiative to help newly arrived refugees become better integrated in Austrian society.
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.
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.