'Driving licence' scheme is motoring



The European Computer Driving Licence end-user qualification is going from strength to strength.

More than 37,000 logbooks for the qualification...



The European Computer Driving Licence end-user qualification is going from strength to strength.

More than 37,000 logbooks for the qualification have been issued through 550 UK training and testing centres, more than 2,300 people have completed all seven modules of the scheme, and demand continues to grow.

The scheme was launched by the BCS in the UK 18 months ago. After beating the first-year target - of 10,000 people - within 10 months, its success has led the society to increase its budget and consider appointing a full-time director for the scheme.

This month sees the launch of an updated syllabus. People following the existing syllabus are assured that the knowledge and skills included are no broader than in the launch version.

For more details, call 01793-417497.

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