TITLE

ECDL helps Open University's staff

AUTHOR(S)
Lloyd, Tom
PUB. DATE
May 2004
SOURCE
IT Training;May2004, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The Open University (OU) is celebrating putting 300 of its staff through the European Computer Driving License course. The OU started the ECDI course as a pilot four years ago, and can now put up to 200 employees through the course every year. The course is a mixture of online learning, and conventional lessons. It takes nine months to get the basic qualification, although there is an accelerated two-month course for individuals who are judged to he proficient in the use of IT.
ACCESSION #
13135777

 

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