Mr. Mohamad Faiz Selamat, CEO of Mendaki SENSE presented the “Outstanding Contribution Award” to ICDL Asia for the support and partnership to empower the community through excellence in ICT education.
A signing ceremony was held to officiate the three-party collaboration to conduct ICT training which hopes to significantly improve the participants’ ICT skills for study and for their future job role.
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING COLLABORATES WITH ICDL TO UPGRADE DIGITAL SKILLS OF ENGINEERS IN THAILAND.
National Institute of Engineering under the Royal Patronage of HM the King by Dr. Thanet Virasiri, President of Ministry of Public Health, signed a memorandum of cooperation on Digital Academic collaboration with ICDL Thailand.
A talk for the final year Human Resource (HR) degree students was hosted by the UNITAR International University (Malaysia) to build awareness on the challenges in creating a digitally skilled workforce for the Industrial Revolution 4.0
35 lecturers and officers from Hanoi College of Industrial Economics (HIEC) received the ICDL profile certificate upon completing the Train-the-Trainer session recently.
National Centre for Educational Technology (NCET) under the Ministry of Education in China has confirmed the first batch of colleges to begin the ICDL certification programme in September
The ICDL Asia Digital Challenge – National Round for Malaysia took place at Tunku Abdul Rahman University College (TAR UC) last weekend.
IT Security or commonly known as Cybersecurity, is the practice of defending networks against cyberattacks. Over the years, we’ve seen some of the worlds’ safest and most influential companies and local authorities becoming victims of cyberattacks.
12 June 2019 ICDL Thailand signed an exclusive memorandum of understanding (MOU) with 8 leading ICT and Computer Association in Thailand held at Centra Hotel, Bangkok.
A signing ceremony took place in Phu Tho Province in Vietnam between ICDL Vietnam and Vocational College No.2 under the Ministry of Defence. For over 20 years, the college provides training for over 30,000 students which combines vocational education and military force training.