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The European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL Office 2007) is now available to members of staff.

As part of our strategy to enhance and accredit competence of staff in IT, you can now enrol onto a tutor supported E – Learning based programme, that will lead to the achievement of this internationally recognised IT qualification.

The ECDL is designed to cover key concepts of computing and is structured around the following 7 modules:

  1. IT Security  
  2. Windows XP or Windows 7
  3. Word Processing Software-Office 2007
  4. Spreadsheets Software-Office 2007
  5. Developing and using Database (Access DB)-Office 2007
  6. Presentation and the effective use of Powerpoint-Office 2007
  7. Internet Explorer/Outlook-2007
  8. Improving Productivity using IT

To book a test click on the campus you wish to sit the test, fill and submit the test booking form

Staff will have access to a world class E-Learning package which features tutorials, exercises to reinforce key learning points, scored self tests and revision prompts. In addition to the E-Learning study programme staff will be supported by UEL’s present programme of face to face IT workshops and surgeries, all of which are benchmarked against ECDL modules.

All module tests will be undertaken at one of our campus based testing centres.‌

We are also keen that staff are fully aware of the level of commitment required to completed the programme and will be required to attend a one hour introduction to ECDL before submitting their formal application.

For more details of the ECDL programme and the application process, simply email Cedrick Nosa - ECDL Manager. Email:

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You will need to Log in to take a Module Practise towards the ECDL qualification using your unique ECDL LOG BOOK Number

Module Practise and Diagnostics (Mock Tests)

To be accessed after completing the learning materials of a module and just before sitting the ECDL Test

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