European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) (Cardonald Campus)
- QualificationEuropean Computer Driving Licence
- Study methodsPart-time
- Course contactFaculty Office
0141 272 3339
ECDL is administered in the UK by the British Computer Society (BCS) but is recognised throughout Europe and much of the rest of the world.
Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint) along with Windows and Internet Explorer will be used for testing. Students are issued with an ECDL logbook which is stamped as each test is passed. When all 7 tests are stamped, the logbook is sent to the BCS and students are issued with a "Computer driving licence", which is recognised internationally. Further details and the full syllabus can be viewed on the ECDL web site.
Logbooks can be purchased from the College, as can training materials.
Course content includes:
The syllabus consists of the seven modules, which can be undertaken in any order:
- Basic concepts of IT
- Using the computer and managing files
- Word processing
- Web browsing and Communication.
Day Classes: Runs on Wednesdays at £120 per 18-week term.
Evening Classes: Runs on Thursdays at £120 per 12-week term.
This course may be eligible for an Individual Learning Account (ILA). Visit ILA for more information.
Application form or during an enrolment evening. It is preferable that applicants have a basic computer knowledge.