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Vietnam’s Ministry of Information & Communications Renews Endorsement of ICDL Certification 

The Ministry of Information & Communications Vietnam (MIC) has made an official announcement on renewing its endorsement of ICDL certification through Decision 2031/QĐ/BTTTTT. This development aligns and reaffirms its commitment to the previously approved framework which recognises five ICDL modules as meeting the standards for basic Information Technology skills in Vietnam outlined in Circular 03/2014/TT-BTTTT.

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ICDL Asia emphasized the importance of digital literacy at the Ho Chi Minh City Education International Conference

Themed “Digital Transformation of Education: From the Core to the Comprehensive”, the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Education and Training organised an international education conference on 28 October 2022. The conference was graced by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Phuc, Deputy Minister of Ministry of Education and Training and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Duong Anh …

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ICDL certification awards points in the Col-Sapiens Ranking of schools in Colombia

For the past 8 years, the consulting firm Sapiens Research has developed a ranking of the best schools in Colombia, thus helping people, families, teachers, managers and institutions to make better decisions. Currently, the Col-Sapiens ranking is the most important classification of schools in the country, according to category, quality and international accreditation, and the classifieds appear there exclusively for their academic merits.

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The Inter-American Organization for Higher Education (IOHE) signs a Collaboration Agreement to offer ICDL to Directors and Professors from its member Universities throughout the region

 The Inter-American Organization for Higher Education (IOHE) mission is “to contribute to the transformation of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in order to respond to their social and political contexts, while building and creating common spaces of Inter-American collaboration”.

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ICDL participating at CAIE (Conference of the Americas on International Education)

This week begins in Chile the 2021 edition of the CAIE (Conference of the Americas on International Education) organized by the  Inter-American Organization for Higher Education (OUI – IOHE). This Forum exhibits close collaboration between higher education institutions and national, regional and international organizations, offering a platform from which to address current challenges, emerging trends and promote best practices in international education.

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The Test Centre at the Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas, Mexico, continues its training and certification programmes for students and teachers

The ICDL Accredited Test Centre at the Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas (UAT) began its operation in 2014 with a vision towards the importance of incorporating international certifications in digital skills in undergraduate and graduate educational programmes, complementing the professional training of students based on the new demands of the labour market. UAT’s Test Centre has attended a total of 1560 candidates.

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Certificate presentation ceremony at Hanoi College of Industrial Economics

35 lecturers and officers from Hanoi College of Industrial Economics (HIEC) received the ICDL profile certificate upon completing the Train-the-Trainer session recently. The certificate presentation ceremony took place in HIEC campus in Hanoi, Vietnam. The certificates were presented by Professor Ha Xuan Quang, Rector of Hanoi College of Industrial Economics (HIEC) and Mr. Pham Hoang …

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279 vocational colleges in China to begin ICDL programmes in September 2019

National Centre for Educational Technology (NCET) under the Ministry of Education in China has confirmed the first batch of colleges to begin the ICDL certification programme in September. This announcement was made on 20th June 2019, preceding the grand official launch in April this year. From more than 300 vocational colleges that have applied, only 279 colleges have …

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