Helping parents keep up with their kids

ICS Skills, part of the Irish Computer Society, is one of Ireland’s leading training providers and a leader in professional development in the ICT sector, however, it also offers services to parents and teachers

22nd January, 2017
Claudia Delaney, head of education, ECDL Ireland

Anyone who has been unofficially designated their family’s IT fixer may well wish there was a driving licence for computers.

In fact there is: ECDL, or the European Computer Driving Licence.

The qualification has been around for some time, but with children now learning about ICT from a young age, it is more relevant than ever – especially as a grounding in technology for the adults who will oversee the children’s education. The...

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