Electric Paper launches ICDL plan for teachers in Australia

May 2004
IT Training;May2004, p15
Trade Publication
Teachers in New South Wales are being given the chance to gain the International Computer Driving License (ICDL). Around 2,500 educational staff in the Broken Bay area, near Sydney, will have access to the course, which should help them to increase their IT skills. The Catholic Schools Office, which runs catholic education in 11 regions of New South Wales, is driving the initiative. ICDL is being delivered by Irish e-learning company Electric Paper.


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