About ICDL Canada
ICDL Canada is the National Operator for ECDL/ICDL computer use skills in the territory of Canada. The ECDL Foundation is the worldwide certifying authority of the leading international computer skills certification programs - ECDL / ICDL, known as ICDL worldwide. The ECDL Foundation is a not-for-profit organization owned by many informatics societies and is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. Together, we support the continuous development of ICT skills through the use of structured training and certification programs.
ICDL Certifications for All Levels
ICDL Canada offers Canadian Residents a series of ICT skills certifications covering introductory through to advanced level computer use skills. See "Programs" for more details.
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Building the Information Society with ICDL
ECDL/ICDL is focused on helping people participate more fully in the information society through computer use certification standards that assist individuals of all skill levels to become more proficient computer users. With your ICDL Certifications you can also prove you have these new capabilities.
Feature: New ICDL Progress Report
ICDL Canada has assembled a large array of text-based and e-learning training materials supporting the New ICDL. Go to the status report to see what New ICDL Module components are now available. Most Base/Standard and all Advanced Modules are now supported with e-learning and/or text based courseware materials.