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ECDL at Aberdeen Station

An ECDL Essentials course is being delivered at Aberdeen Railway Station with a group of learners who attend in their own time. The course is delivered on a shift friendly basis with sessions run each week at 10.30-12.30 and 17.30-19.30. This makes the course accessible to workers who would normally be unable to attend on a consistent basis due to their shift patterns. The course consists of three modules, Security for IT Users, Computing Essentials and Email & the Internet. This introductory course will enable learners to progress on to the ECDL Extra course at a later date. The course is accredited through the British Computing Society (BCS) and will result in internationally recognised qualification. June McLean who is delivering the course said

“This is the third course I have delivered through the CLP at Aberdeen Train Station, and it is good to see people returning to complete new courses. They have clearly caught the ‘learning bug’. It has been really interesting working with a diverse group of varying nationalities, and the feedback has been fantastic”