BCS gives free membership to ECDL experts

Mohamed, Arif
July 2005
Computer Weekly;7/12/2005, p39
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the availability of providing free membership by the British Computer Society (BCS). Those who pass the European computer driving license (ECDL) advanced qualification are being granted free membership of the BCS. The ECDL expert certificate is awarded to people who complete all four ECDL advanced modules in information technology (IT) user skills. It now comes with a free six-month associate membership of the BCS. BCS membership gives candidates the opportunity to receive free career advice and broaden their IT skills through training with the society, which offers a range of qualifications.


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