KiwiSkills four basic ICDL modules teach you the key computer skills needed in today’s workplace. Other modules cover specific skills.
Four basic ICDL modules
To see full details of modules (on the ICDL website), click on the graphics.
1. Computer Essentials
Learn skills for using computers, including navigating the computer desktop,
creating & printing a simple document, and managing files, as well as
adjusting computer settings.
2. Online Essentials
Build skills relating to web browsing, online
security, effective information searching, and
managing online communications & email.
3. Word Processing
Use a word processing program to create, format
and print documents, insert tables & images, and
prepare documents for mailouts.
Create and format spreadsheets and charts,
edit columns and rows in a worksheet and
use standard spreadsheet functions.
There are also other ICDL modules you can complete for your ICDL certificate
With additional modules, you could gain these additional skills for the workplace:
• Preparing presentations
• Working with databases
• Working collaboratively online
• Using project management software
• Managing data security
(To see full details of modules on the ICDL website, click on the links above.)
Your ICDL certificate
When you have completed any four modules, and successfully taken your tests, you will receive your ICDL Certificate.