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ICDL recognition grows around the globe

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The Queensland Studies Authority has recognised thirteen ICDL Modules. These modules are recognised under the ‘Enrichment Learning Courses’ and they contribute one credit each towards a Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE), which is a certificate awarded to students completing their secondary schooling. A maximum of 8 credits from Enrichment courses can count towards a student’s QCE, where a minimum of 20 credits is required. 

The new recognition agreement between the QSA and ICDL Asia has just been finalised. The updated list of study is now live on the Queensland Studies Authority (QSA) website under the ‘Business and IT’ section

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