ICDL Workforce (ex. ECDL Standard) course is ideal for anyone who wish to build the digital skills and knowledge, preparing candidates for the world of work where computer skills are involved. This course coveres a wide variety of digital skills needed for today's workplace.
How long is this course?
What should I know before I join this course?
Sound knowledge of Computer skills
English - Letter Recognition
Delivery of Course:
The delivery of this course is carried out in class at our TCTC centres in Naxxar, Paola & Gozo.
ICDL Workforce notes will be sent via Google Drive.
The ICDL Workforce course consists of 5 compulsory modules and 2 elective modules, 7 modules in total. In this course, you will have 17 sessions of 2-3 hours, resulting in a total of 44 hours which includes lessons, mocks & exams. The ICDL Workforce Certificate is awarded to candidates who successfully pass all 7 modules.
5 COMPULSORY Modules + 2 ELECTIVE Modules = ICDL WORKFORCE CERTIFICATE (MQF 3)
The 5 Compulsory Modules
- Computer & Online Essentials
- Documents (Word Processing)
The 2 Elective Modules
- Cyber Security
The pass rates for this Certification:
The pass mark is 75% for all modules.
The Certificate awarded on successful completion of the seven (7) ICDL Workforce Modules offered by ICDL Malta and awarded by the ICDL Foundation is referenced to Level 3 of the Malta Qualifications Framework (MQF) and the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) for Lifelong Learning.
The National Commission for Further & Higher Education deems the ICDL Standard Certificate to be at Level 3 of the Malta Qualifications Framework and of the European Qualifications for Framework for Lifelong Learning.
- The ICDL Certificate is rated at the same level (i.e. MQF Level 3) as a Secondary Education Certificate/Ordinary Level Certificate, kindly note that the certificate is not is to be used as a replacement for the Secondary Education Certificate/Ordinary Level Certificate.
- The Malta Qualifications Framework determines the exit points of qualifications. The entry requirements to programmes of study are at the discretion of the education and training providers.