ICDL References & Endorsements


Uganda – UCC Adopts ICDL for Small Scale Digital Skills​

Uganda Communication Commission (UCC) is a Government of Uganda agency that is mandated to regulate the communications sector in Uganda.  UCC set up the Rural Communications Development Fund (RCDF) to enable citizens access technology infrastructure and services. ​ RCDF has adopted ICDL as the training platform for upskilling the different communities in Uganda. ​ RCDF signed a partnership with the Federation of Small & Medium …

Kenya – Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVETA)​

The Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TVETA) accredited ICDL Africa as a “Foreign Examination Body” and approved the ICDL programme as a certificate level qualification in the TVETA system in Kenya. ​ The TVET Authority is the regulator of the TVET Sector in Kenya. TVET Authority accredited ICDL Africa as a foreign certification body recognised to offer  Digtial Skills Certifications in Kenya. …

Tanzania – ICT Commission recognised ICDL for the workforce

The Tanzania Information and Communication Technologies (lCT) Commission (ICTC) is a government of Tanzania agency. ​ In 2019, The ICT Commission recognised ICDL Africa as a partner to certify people with an international benchmark certification in Digital Skills. ​ ICDL has been seen as a partner in human capital development in Digital Skills for the Education , Public and Private sectors in Tanzania . …

Guinea – The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research​

The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in Guinea launched the digital access program in partnership with ICDL Africa, which will be implemented by Dixinn-Gate. ​ The project is a logical continuation of the “Presidential Initiative for the connection of schools” launched by H.E Excellence the President Alpha Condé in 2017. It is in this context that the Ministry of …

The Universal Service of Electronic Communications and Post (ABSU-CEP)

Beninese Agency for the Universal Service of Electronic Communications and Post (ABSU-CEP) This is Government of Benin Agency whose main objective is to guarantee access for the poorest communities to telephone, internet and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) services, as well as basic postal and financial services. Its role is to contribute to the strengthening …

June 2006 – Major ICDL Implementation Underway in the Middle East

The Government of the Arab Republic of Egypt has undertaken to certify the computer skills of at least 1 Million public servants over the next 5 years using ICDL, with the potential for several million more to follow. ICDL strategic partner UNESCO will provide Quality Assurance services as part of their regional commitment to supporting …

RORA

RORA’ is the coordinating body for the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum and it is a registered agency in Rwanda. It was appointed by Accelerated Education Enterprise (AEE) a company duly registered in the Republic South Africa who are the authorized distributors of the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum in Africa. RORA has been playing …

ACE schools championing the ICDL program in Uganda

Several Accelerated Christian education-based schools in Uganda have taken ICDL Programme as the standard for digital literacy. This as we target more of the institutions in the education sector. Some of the pioneer schools in Uganda include: Asifiwe International Academy Asifiwe International Academy (AIA) is a school running the ACE (accelerated Christian Education) Curriculum in …

The Nigerian Minister for Education approves ICDL as the National standard for Computer Literacy in the Ministry for Education and for the Education Sector

At the launch of the Computer Acquisition Scheme (an integral part of Nigeria’s Roadmap for the Education Sector), the Honourable Minister Prof. (Mrs.) R. Rufa’i firstly acknowledged that ICT has, “…become the language for survival in the world today and the bedrock of the development of any nation”, and she recognised the need to fast-track …

ANSUT collaboration

ANSUT oversees the adoption and implementation of ICDL nationally in Côte d’Ivoire

The National Agency for Universal Telecommunications-TIC Service (ANSUT) oversees the adoption and implementation of ICDL nationally in Côte d’Ivoire, a national plan, embracing all the sectors (public administrations, private sectors and schools). They plan to certify more than 50 000 people per year.​ ANSUT’s vision is to provide citizens, businesses and administrations with a Universal Telecommunications Service and contribute to the development of a digital economy in …

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