The British Computer Society has launched the European Computer Driving Licence, a qualification designed to test personal computing knowledge and skills. It is aimed at individuals who use PCs in their day-to-day activities and candidates will have to pass modules on basic IT concepts, managing files, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, graphics and networking. Employers will then have proof of the competence in computer skills of potential employees.
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