ICDL References & Endorsements


ICDL References and Endorsements Brochure

Why ICDL?

– It works
– Digital skills certification is all we do
– We’re global and local

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.

Yayasan TM: Nurturing Future-Ready Leaders for a Digital Malaysia

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. …

ACE schools championing the ICDL program in Uganda

Several Accelerated Christian education-based schools in Uganda have taken ICDL Programme as the standard for digital literacy. This as we target more of the institutions in the education sector. Some of the pioneer schools in Uganda include: Asifiwe International Academy (AIA) is a school running the ACE (accelerated Christian Education) Curriculum in Kampala. It subscribes …

THAILAND Professional Qualification Institute (TPQI)

The Thailand Professional Qualification Institute (TPQI) has endorsed ICDL as a global certification that will empower citizens and the digital workforce. ICDL Asia and TPQI signed a Memorandum of Understanding in 2017, which official recognised ICDL as the national ICT standard for workplaces.

Temasek Polytechnic Singapore

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.

The Nigerian Minister for Education approves ICDL as the National standard for Computer Literacy in the Ministry for Education and for the Education Sector

At the launch of the Computer Acquisition Scheme (an integral part of Nigeria’s Roadmap for the Education Sector), the Honourable Minister Prof. (Mrs.) R. Rufa’i firstly acknowledged that ICT has, “…become the language for survival in the world today and the bedrock of the development of any nation”, and she recognised the need to fast-track …

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