• ECDL Training
  • ECDL European Computer Driving Licence

    How do you gain the best computer skills or demonstrate those that you already have?

    The European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) is the world’s number one IT user qualification, recognised and valued in workplaces around the globe as proof of competence in IT. Over 2 million people have taken ECDL in the UK alone.

    REASONS TO STUDY ECDL

    ECDL equips you with the skills  to use a computer confidently and effectively, building on existing knowledge and motivating further learning.

    Prove your IT skills which can help you find a job or progress your career.

    Flexible learning: Boost your skill set at any stage and at any age, and at your own pace.

    It's what employers want. Employers need people who can contribute to achieving goals in the most efficient and productive way.

    ABOUT ECDL

    Whether you are a beginner or an advanced IT user, ECDL can be tailored at three levels to meet your needs. There are four qualifications available, each of which is made up of a combination of units at different levels. The ECDL Traditional and ECDL Advanced qualifications consist of a number fixed mandatory units. In contrast, the ECDL flexiqual qualifications enable you to choose the units you wish to study.

    Study units include Word Processing, Spreadsheets, Presentations, Databases, IT Security, Computer Essentials (Windows 10), Online essentials (Internet), Using Collaborative Technologies (Google Drive and Dropbox), and Improving Productivity. The ECDL flexiqual qualifications include optional units - Online Collaboration (Google Drive) and Project Management. For full details about these qualifications and study units, please read the ECDL Guide.

    ECDL TASTER SESSIONS

    You can find out more about ECDL courses, study units, and qualifications by attending a free one hour Taster session at Brookes. Complete the Online Taster Session form to choose a suitable date, and book your place.

    Taster sessions are for everyone, students, staff and the general public. Sessions are held in the IT Training room LLD G.03, which is located in the Lloyd building on the Headington campus. ( view location Map ).