EIPASS Certification

Having computer skills and being able to prove them through a recognized certification is crucial when you apply for a job.

The use of a commonly accepted “language” in this field allows everyone to evaluate his or her own ICT skills and, above all, to add them to the curriculum, so that they can be easily evaluated by potential employers.

For an easier evaluation of the digital skills of students and workers, the European Committee for Standardization (CEN)  provides a comprehensive framework of the e-competences that an average user of computers, internet and new information and communication technologies should have.

The EIPASS certification, with 7 User Modules, provides an objective and neutral certification of the possession of intermediate skills in the use of ICT tools and represents a valid qualification for the recognition of additional scores for school or university careers and for competitive exams.

The Fondazione Campus is an EI-CENTER, a CERTIPASS authorized centre for “EIPASS 7 User Modules” certifications. Users may therefore take the “7 user modules” exam at our centre or attend a preparation course organized by Fondazione Campus and then take the exam. The exam tests for each module will be held on an on-line platform; each test has a duration of 30 minutes and it will be possible to take the tests for more than one module in one same session.

THE COURSE

The course will have a duration of 70 hours, and will be held from 20 October, every Tuesday and Thursday. As for timetables, two options will be available: 6.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m. or from 8.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.

The course will be activated for a minimum of 15 participants.

 

EXAM MODULES

  1. The basics of ICT: concepts of software and hardware, the way computer works, management/organization of files and folders, installing drivers and using system utilities; basic principles and problems linked to computer security.
  2. Computer security: computer security, difference between active and passive security, malware and device protection; data backup and recovery; Bluetooth, e-mails, chat, instant messaging and social networks; P2P technology.
  3. Surfing the Web and searching information: Internet for searching and sharing information, informed use of online services, digital certificate, comparing information and checking reliability.
  4. Web communication: setting and modification of accounts for the access to communication services, filters and safety settings, protection of personal data and of the devices being used, e-mail application tools.
  5. Word processing: skills required to use applications for word processing, document creation and management, processing, formatting and review of complex contents.
  6. Calculation sheets: development, creation and management of complex workbooks containing one or more worksheets, linking data and using the available formatting tools, graphics and charts.
  7. Presentations: effective development and implementation of a presentation and of the relevant contents, using the available editing functions which allow to better communicate with the recipients of the document.