ECDL for Stirling High pupils
Stirling High pupils logon for ECDL
Digital literacy was the driving force for a presentation of certificates to Stirling High School pupils recently.
George Walls – FVC’s BSC Test Centre Manager and IT lecturer in FVC’s Business Department – delivered a talk on the benefits of the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) to senior students (S5 and S6) and staff on Friday 29 June and also presented several senior school pupils with their ECDL certificates.
Pupils who achieved their certificates were: Katelyn Balmer, Logan Cameron, Erin Campbell, Brandon Clark, Erin Cowie, Geneva Johnston, Ryan Kennedy, Daniel Norman, Tristan Nunn, Emma Scott and Anthony Shek.
George said: “Feedback from both senior management and pupils have indicated a very successful event, and I will be supporting the programme delivery on behalf of FVC to Stirling High School pupils next session.”
Alan Hamilton, Depute Head Teacher at Stirling High School, said: “ECDL is a hugely important qualification for our young people to achieve and it allows them to develop IT skills that will be recognised as they progress through further and higher education and with employers.
“The support we have had from Forth Valley College and George Walls has been great and we look forward to continuing this partnership in the future.”