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ICT Skills for MAs

Posted on the 16th of Apr, 2014
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Development of an ICT Skills Framework and Certification for Management Assistants (MAs)

ECDL and EUMA cooperate for the MAs Project:

Under the framework of a Leonardo Da Vinci Partnership, ECDL (European Computer Driving License) and EUMA (European Management Asssistants) cooperate for the  development of an an ICT Skills Framework and Certification for Management Assistants (MAs). Specifically, the project partners, Cyprus Computer Society (CCS), which is the official licensee of the leading international computer skills certification programme ECDL in Cyprus, and EUMA’s (international quality network of management support professionals) national groups of Greece, Germany and UK launched the project by having the first meeting last November in Nicosia. 

 Previously, all partners had identified the need for the creation of a MAs ICT Skills Matrix which will become a common basis for the HR to assess and measure the ICT skills of MAs and hopefully will guide the development of a professional certification for MAs in a pan-european level. They thus decided to be part of this project and establish together a European wide ICT Skills Framework & Certification for MAs by firstly identifying the MAs ICT related work duties based on the ECDL Core Syllabus’s Knowledge items.

The project will be completed at the end of 2014 and by then ECDL and EUMA hope to be able to present their work on public. 


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