How the ICDL can drive improved education and employment outcomes

How the ICDL can drive improved education and employment outcomes

Introducing the International Computer Driving License to students at an earlier stage will put them in the driver’s seat at third level and beyond

26th January, 2020

The Digital Economy and Society Index (DESI), an EU index of digital performance and competitiveness, says we do not perform well when it comes to digital skills. We rank 16th for digital skills of the whole population, and 18th for the workforce. The report goes on to say that 52 per cent of Irish citizens do not have basic digital skills, which means we have a big problem.

Some 90 per cent of jobs require...

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