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Roles Within an ATC

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Manager

The Accredited Test Centre (ATC) manager is the first point of contact for ICDL Africa on any updates or feedback on the ICDL programme. They are responsible for managing all aspects of the ICDL programme within the ATC.

Trainer

Trainers are responsible for delivering training that covers the ICDL syllabus. Trainers are expected to have extensive knowledge of the ICDL module content and have relevant experience in delivering training.

Accredited Tester

Accredited testers are responsible for supervising the testing sessions. ICDL Africa recommends that the Accredited Tester for a specific group of candidates should not be the same individual who has delivered the training.

To become an ICDL Accredited Tester, the individual must complete the ATC Tester application form and sign a code of conduct. If successful, they will receive an Accredited Tester Certificate which should be displayed in a prominent position within the ATC. They will also receive an ID card attached to a lanyard; this must be worn by each Accredited Tester when conducting a testing session. Each centre must nominate at least two Accredited Testers.