International Computer Drivers License - Pacific Technical And Further Education (Pacific TAFE)



International Computer Drivers License

ICDL programmes are for anyone who wishes to become fully competent in the use of a computer and common applications. Computer skills enable people of all ages to understand and use technology to improve their personal and professional lives. ICDL modules provide a practical programme of up-to-date skills and knowledge areas which are validated by a test.

ICDL FOR INDIVIDUALS

The ability to use a computer effectively is an essential life skill. Computer skills enable people of all ages to understand and use technology to improve their personal and professional lives. A computer skills certification can help the holder’s professional life by making them more attractive to employers, while increasing their ability to communicate and access information and services in their personal life.

ICDL FOR EMPLOYERS

Skilled employees enable organisations to use technology more effectively, leading to increases in productivity and competitiveness and ensuring that operational objectives are achieved more efficiently.  ICDL certification programmes are used to increase the value of human capital and achieve productivity gains through developing competent employees.

ICDL FOR SCHOOLS

Students with ICT skills enjoy an enriched educational experience and will be better prepared for life, work, and further learning. ICT skills enable teachers to use technology more effectively in the teaching process, thus achieving educational goals more efficiently, and in doing so save time and increase productivity in the classroom.

Contacts

Please visit us at, 

Foster Court, 

107 Foster Road,

Walu Bay,

Suva 

www.usp.ac.fj/pacifictafe  

For further information on course details and assistance please contact: 

Renu Devi, Telephone: (679) 3312193/3312297 or email: renu.devi@usp.ac.fj

Muni Naicker, Telephone: (679) 3312193/3312297 or email: muni.naicker@usp.ac.fj 

Nilesh Kumar, Telephone: (679) 3312195 or email: kumar_nl(at)usp.ac.fj 






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