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الرخصة الدولية لقيادة الكمبيوتر
من اليونيسكوووووووو
International Computer Driving Licence
Computer Based Trainin g


الجزء الأول
. Introduction
Advance Learning is a successful and highly-regarded education and elearning
company. We provide technologically advanced products, including
courseware, computer-based learning tools, and professional services that
are designed to enhance our clients' personal and professional lives and
This Advance Learning course caters for anybody wishing to prepare for the
ICDL exam. The core element of the Advance Learning ICDL Learner Pack is
the CD-ROM, which contains the main content of this course. This User Guide
complements and supports the CD-ROM. It works on three levels. First, it
describes the background and history of the ICDL, and explains how to go
about getting your certification. Second, it provides instructions for running
the CD-ROM, and getting the most out of the course. It also introduces the
basics of a computer screen and the physical components you need to use to
operate your computer. Finally, it acts as a guide to this course: it details the
ICDL syllabus featured in the course, and lists and explains the several
hundred technical terms that you will meet in this course.
We hope that you enjoy this Advance Learning product and that you have a
rewarding learning experience.
If you'd like to find out more about
2. About ICDL
What is ICDL?
The International Computer Driving Licence (ICDL) is the European-wide qualification
that enables people to demonstrate their competence in computer skills.
The ICDL is designed specifically for those who wish to gain a basic qualification
in computing to help them with their current job, develop their IT skills, and
enhance their career prospects. No prior knowledge of IT or computer skills is
needed to study the ICDL.
The ICDL is fast becoming the most widely recognised qualification in the field of
work-related computer use, because it is targeted at the full spectrum of the
population, and because of the support and monitoring of the organisations
behind it.
How ICDL works
The ICDL syllabus is designed to cover the key concepts of computing, its
practical applications and their use in the workplace and society in general. It is
broken down into seven modules, each of which must be passed before the ICDL
certificate is awarded.
Candidates obtain, usually from a test centre, a Skills Card or Log Book listing all
the modules. As they pass each module, the accredited test centre will sign the
Skills Card or Log Book. The modules may be taken in any order and over any
period of time (up to three years) – even all at once – offering maximum
flexibility. When all the modules have been successfully completed, the Skills Card
or Log Book is exchanged for a certificate.
The seven modules that make up the ICDL are:
• Basic concepts of IT
• Using the computer and managing files
• Word processing
• Spreadsheets
• Database
• Presentation
• Information and Communication
Benefits of the ICDL
ICDL is designed to help people at work and at home:
• For home users, it provides a relevant and up-to-date syllabus
that covers basic computer skills in a range of applications,
assisting them in becoming familiar with computers for their own
• For employees, it provides a qualification with recognition across
• For potential employers, it provides a precise measurement of
• For current employers, it provides a standard to encourage
employees to aim towards.
Background of the ICDL
In 1994 the Computer Driving Licence was launched in Finland. Since then, over
24,000 people have received their licence in that country. The Council of European
Professional Informatics Societies (CEPIS) established the User Skills Task Force
in April 1995 to investigate the possibility of adopting the Finnish Computer
Driving Licence and making it into a qualification for all of Europe. This study
resulted in the formation of the ECDL Foundation. To date, the ECDL has been
introduced in twelve European countries, and has met widespread enthusiastic
support, from industry, voluntary groups, state agencies, educational bodies
(public and private, second level, third level and vocational) and private
individuals, those who are both employed and those who are seeking
In 1999 the ICDL, the International Computer Driving Licence, was established as
a result of the success of the ECDL in Europe. The concept and syllabus of both
are the same. The ICDL qualification is now being recognised internationally in
over fifty countries around the globe, including Australia, Canada, and South
ECDL/ICDL at National Level
Within Europe, national computer societies who are members of CEPIS subscribe
to the ECDL Foundation for a licence to operate the ECDL concept within their own
country. The ECDL Foundation is located in Dublin, Ireland, and ensures that all
of the affiliated national ECDL organisations operate to the high standards
required of them. The national organisations then issue licences to different
centres around their countries to administer the ECDL exams. All of the centres
operate using strict guidelines from the central ECDL Foundation. For
organisations in non-European countries, the ECDL Foundation will licence
organisations as Licensees, but these groups do not become members of the
ECDL Foundation.
Local Test Centres
The local test centres that are licensed by their national ECDL/ICDL organisations
are many and varied. These centres include schools, universities, and vocational
colleges, as well as private and state-run training centres. Each is chosen for its
rigorous adherence to the ECDL/ICDL international testing standards. Together,
they constitute a tightly controlled network of outlets for the European Computer
Driving Licence.
Individuals can sit tests for different modules of the licence in any ECDL/ICDL
testing centre, in any country. It is completely standardised. To find out about
local test centres, contact your local computer society.
How to get started
The first thing you need to do is to enrol in the programme. In order to do this
you must register with the National Licensee of your country. There is a
registration fee – see the National Licensee of your country for details.
Skills Card/Log Book
Once you have registered, your National Licensee will issue you with a Skills Card
or Log Book which lists the seven modules. It is used to record your results in
each of the seven tests that make up the Licence. As you pass the test for each
module, the corresponding skill is marked on your Skills Card or Log Book by the
accredited test centre. Once you have passed all seven tests you will be awarded
your Licence.
Whether or not you will require training for the Computer Driving Licence will
depend on your skill level. You are not required to do any official training. If you
feel you are already sufficiently experienced you can purchase a Skills Card or Log
Book and start taking the tests immediately. However in most cases people
undergo training, especially in areas where they lack competency.
The seven tests may be taken in any order and over a period of time. All tests are
free of any bias towards any computer producer or software product. The first
module is a theory test and all of the others are tests of practical skills, which
consist of tasks chosen at random from a store of typical day-to-day computer
operations. In this way the tests are as close as possible to tasks that you could
be asked to perform in real-life, so that the ECDL/ICDL is a definition of your
actual skills.
The tests are conducted by accredited Test Centres. There is a charge for each
test, the details of which can be obtained from the Centres. Once you
have passed all seven tests, send your Skills Card or Log Book to your National
Licensee where they will exchange it for the Computer Driving Licence.
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