CEPIS supports two leading pan European IT Skills certifications:
EUCIP (European Certification of Informatics Professionals) is a pan-European qualification scheme for people entering the IT Profession and also for people currently involved in the IT Profession and wishing to further their professional development. Similar to ECDL, EUCIP is vendor neutral, and covers the core areas of building and operating an IT environment together with role specific electives such as that of IT Administrator. The qualification enables existing IT professionals to document their competencies and skill sets for employers or prospective employers, and in doing so raises their market value.
ECDL is the global standard in end-user computer skills that provides an internationally-recognised certification that is supported by governments, computer societies, international organisations and commercial corporations globally. ECDL has sucessfully delivered programmes to over 9 million people, in 41 languages, throughout 148 countries around the world. For more information on ECDL visit http://www.ecdl.org