ECDL for Students
Cost: £110 Register your interest: firstname.lastname@example.org
Preparing for ECDL: This is a self-study approach. Computer based training materials are available for each module and you get access to a diagnostic test to help you check your test preparedness for each module. Syllabus for all 7 modules
Test sessions: During test sessions, you may complete a test and/or a diagnostic test. Support is provided if necessary during diagnostic tests. Each test lasts 45 minutes.
Estimated hours of study: Total preparations and testing time for completion of ECDL is 140 hours for a complete beginner, however, the majority of candidates complete in less time.
Time to Complete ECDL: You have 3 years to complete the ECDL from the date of successfully completing your first test (and while still a student at Queen's).
Degree Plus: As a student at Queen's your ECDL accreditation will entitle you to the Degree Plus award (see http://www.qub.ac.uk/directorates/degreeplus/).
Postgraduate Research Students can record successful ECDL completion on their training and development record via Qsis - please visit http://www.qub.ac.uk/prdp. for more information.