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ICDL certification is recognized as the global benchmark for measuring fundamental end-user computer skills. It is the leading certification to be adopted by academic institutions, corporations, and government agencies with more than 4 million registered participants in nearly 140 countries.
This program is comprised of seven different modules that instruct and measure an understanding of practical personal computer skills and competencies that include basic computer concepts, file management, word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation, Internet, and email.
ICDL is not an industry-specific or an Information Technology certification. It has been designed to demonstrate a general knowledge and understanding of basic computer skills that every student and employee needs to have to be successful in today's digital world.
ICDL lessons are self-paced and delivered over the Internet. Students work at their own speed and at anytime they choose. Any computer with and Internet connection becomes a classroom, open 24 hours a day, every day. Students can repeat lessons as often as they like, until the material is mastered.
ICDL testing for certification is based on successfully passing ICDL tests administered in a proctored environment at an Authorized ICDL Test Center (ATC). Performance-based testing assures that a candidate who passes the test is proficient in each objective. The tests are delivered to the ATC via the Web. A candidate has up to two years to pass all seven test modules.
ICDL training is fun and affordable, usually costing less than one conventional computer class. To enroll, call (815) 395-6600.