In late June of this year, Specto held its annual retreat for ICDL teachers at the Dead Sea in recognition of their efforts throughout the past year to successfully implement the ICDL program despite the challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Over 100 principals and teachers representing the elite private schools in Jordan attended the …
Specto, the body responsible for ICDL implementation in Jordan, recently collaborated with UNICEF to deliver digital skills to the refugees throughout the country. As part of the project, Specto oversaw the accreditation of a series of educational centres, providing ICDL training and testing to the trainers. One of UNICEF’s primary goals is to build a …
Specto, the ICDL National Operator in Jordan, signed an agreement with the Jordan River Foundation (JRF).
Specto, the ICDL operator in Jordan, conducted an Advanced Presentations ‘Train the Trainer’ workshop for 26 schoolteachers and trainers in June using the Zoom platform.
Students in Jordan and several other countries in the Middle East will be able to benefit from a free version of ICDL diagnostic tests.
Marginalised and vulnerable young people in Jordan will be able to benefit from ICDL certification under a new agreement between Specto, which operates the ICDL programme in the country, and the Islamic Society in Jordan. The initiative will provide ICDL certification through the Makani (My Space) project, funded by UNICEF.
Specto, the ICDL operator in Jordan, will offer ICDL certification at six refugee centres in Jordan after winning a public tender from the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC).
The ICDL Computing module has been received with great enthusiasm by private schools in Jordan. Responding to demand from schools, Specto, the ICDL National Operator in the country, delivered training in the module to 15 teachers from eight schools.
Specto, the ICDL operator in several Arab States, recently organised an event for private schools in Jordan at the Crowne Plaza Dead Sea Resort.
Specto, the ICDL operator in Jordan, held a meeting with test centres from around the country, attended by Damien O’Sullivan, CEO of ICDL Foundation, in March this year.