ICDL (International Computer Driving License)
Aim: The ICDL computer course is geared towards those participants who wish to reach a good level of computer literacy allowing them to work competently and confidently on popular software packages such as Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Access.
Delivery: The Microsoft ICDL course is delivered by an Irish Computer Society (ICS) approved tutor. The class is structured with the use of a power-point presentation, tutorials, workbook material and each participant will have hands-on computer practice.
What award do I receive? At the end of each module the participant will sit an ICDL Exam for that particular module. After successful completion of all 7 ICDL Exam Modules, each candidate will be awarded an ICS-skills ICDL certificate or alternatively if 4 modules (Documents, Spreadsheets, Internet & Email and Computer Essentials) are completed then an ICDL Essentials certification will be awarded.
Course Duration: The ICDL certification course is run over a 17 mornings (6 modules) 10am-1pm or alternatively per module over 3 evenings from 6.45-9.45pm. An alternative option is the ICDL Essentials certification (4 modules – 14 sessions) which is also available.
Entry Requirements: Good command of the English language. Intermediate level of computer literacy.
How much does it cost? The ICDL course fee is €595 per person or €375 for unemployed/ CE Schemes. The ICDL Essentials course fee is €360. We accept cash or card payments.
Course Venue: The course is held in Castleblayney Community Enterprise Centre, Dublin Road, Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan A75 WF72
Modules covered include:
ICDL Essentials certification is also available (14 sessions) for €360 covering Word, Excel, Internet & Email and Computer Essentials.
ICDL Walk in Tests: Self-study reduced rate option. Registration is €45, then €20 per test (by appointment only). Books and other ICDL Learning Resources also available.
After successful completion of all 7 ICDL Exam Modules (ICDL Certification) or 4 ICDL Exam Modules (ICDL Essential Certification), each participant will then receive an internationally recognised certificate awarded by the Irish Computer Society.
The course is delivered using a power-point presentation, tutorials, workbook material and hands-on computer practice.
The next module to run starting Tuesday 27th September 2022