In July 2020, ICDL Asia welcomed Temasek Polytechnic (TP) as the first Singapore-based Institute of Higher Learning (IHL) to offer ICDL certification to its students. As of December 2021, more than 1,400 TP students benefitted from studying at least one ICDL modules since its implementation.
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Digital skills certification is a key tool in delivering on a digital skills strategy.
Wherever ICDL is implemented, ICDL is there, on the ground.
We build our network of partners and support those partners. We build capacity locally but also operate to a global standard.
This References and Endorsements Brochure gives you examples of where ICDL works, all around the world.
In April 2021, Yayasan TM (YTM) identified ICDL as its key digital skills certification programme to spearhead a new education initiative that equips YTM scholars with digital skills of the future economy. To date, more than 175 YTM’s scholars in Malaysia have benefitted from this ICDL programme in just the first 7 months of implementation. …
DICT officially launched the ICDL Programme in the Philippines in 2015. DICT recognises ICDL and its certification programme in the Republic of the Philippines.
ICDL Asia has signed two Memorandums of Understanding (MoU) with SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG), the former name was Singapore’s Workforce Development Agency) to align Singapore’s national Employability Skills (ES) ICT modules with ICDL standards. Up to 95% of funding is provided by SSG to the candidates who are citizens and permanent residents of the country. By …
The Kuala Lumpur Digital Skills Declaration is a joint initiative by ICDL Asia and the University of Malaya. The declaration was participated by prominent companies who are committed to the continuous development of digital skills for the future digital workforce.
The recognition permits all MOE licensed public and private educational organisations to deliver ICDL Certification Programmes in accordance with ICDL Foundation’s approval, accreditation and quality assurance frameworks and standards.
ICDL Asia signed a Memorandum of Understanding with NSDC of India to start formal collaboration on improving digital literacy skills of the people of India in April 2016.
ICDL has been confirmed as the endorsed provider of New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered Professional Development, at Proficient Teacher level.
The strategic collaboration between ICDL Asia and DSD aims to improve the digital literacy, competency and qualification for Malaysia through the ICDL programmes