The third ICDL Asia Digital Challenge Grand Final took place from 10 to 12 September in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Kuala Lumpur Digital Skills Declaration is a joint initiative by ICDL Asia and the University of Malaya. By invitation only, prominent companies who are committed to the continuous development of digital skills for the future digital workforce participated in the declaration.
UNICEF has published a new paper on digital literacy for children, arguing that the UN agency should use the EU’s DigComp framework to develop its digital literacy strategy for children.
ICDL Asia reached another significant milestone as it welcomed the top university in Malaysia, University of Malaya (UM), as a newly accredited test centre in the country.
A talk for the final year Human Resource (HR) degree students was hosted by the UNITAR International University (Malaysia) on 25 June 2019, to build awareness on the challenges in creating a digitally skilled workforce for the Industrial Revolution 4.0.
Mendaki SENSE, one of ICDL Asia’s prominent test centres in Singapore organised a ‘Let’s Raya’ event on 27 June 2019. The annual Hari Raya celebration was celebrated by the local Malay community.
National Institute of Engineering collaborates with ICDL to upgrade digital skills of engineers in Thailand
ICDL Thailand signed an agreement with the Thai National Institute of Engineering to upgrade the digital skills of engineers in the country.
30 underprivileged children from SOS Children Village in Danang will be able to receive ICDL certification programmes through a partnership between Danang Vocational Training College (DANAVTC) and ICDL Vietnam.
ICDL certification will be available to students and staff at 279 vocational colleges in China from September this year.
35 lecturers and officers from Hanoi College of Industrial Economics (HIEC) received ICDL Profile certificates after completing a Train-the-Trainer session recently.