ICDL Europe has joined DigiSkills Belgium, the Belgian national digital skills coalition, which brings together organisations working on digital skills from across the country. DigiSkills Belgium provides an opportunity for members to share their activities, initiatives and best practices, as well as serving as a forum to discuss the future of digital skills. At the …
The European Commission has released the DESI report for 2022. DESI is the index that the European Commission produces to monitor member states’ digital progress on an annual basis. DESI includes individual country profiles, showing analysis of progress against the key indicators as well as areas requiring priority action by member countries. The Key Indicators …
Enhancing Singapore students’ employability through digital skills: ICDL Asia announces strategic partnerships with two leading IHLs
An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, witnessed the signing of new agreements between ICDL Asia and two leading Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) during his official visit to Singapore from 19 to 22 July 2022. The purpose of the Taoiseach’s visit was to reinforce important bilateral relationships between Singapore and Ireland, and support Irish based organisations like …
March and April saw a focus on digital skills during All Digital Weeks, a series of events organized or coordinated by All Digital, an organization representing digital competence centres.
The European Commission has launched a new expert group with the mission to tackle disinformation and promote digital literacy.
The European Union will hold its fourth European education summit online on 9 December this year.
ICDL prepares school students for the digitalisation of the world of work, especially in times of pandemic
The Minister of Education of the Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany, Dr. Stefanie Hubig, has signed an extension of the agreement to facilitate the introduction of ICDL in schools in state.
The Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (MŠMT in Czech) approved a new retraining programme focused on digital skills for Industry 4.0. The programme is based on ICDL.
Christopher Sullivan, CEO of ICDL France, has been elected to the position of National Administrator of the Fédération Française de la Formation (FFP).
Beyond any clichés of digital skills being limited to the mastery of social networks among the youngest or the use of video conferencing so that seniors can keep in touch with their grandchildren, the testimonies of candidates give us a broader picture. ICDL France interviewed both the youngest and oldest candidates for ICDL certification.