What students have said
"We were sent out information so we could teach ourselves and practise in advance, and
the learning on the day itself was excellent. It very well set-out and we were able to go
through any of the areas we were concerned about. The facilities were very good with a big
demonstration screen and lots of PCs so that we could get on with the training. We have
recommended the Advanced ECDL at OUCS to the rest of the NHS."
Margaret Johnson, PC Applications Training and Support Officer, Frimley Park Hospital NHS Trust
"Although I used databases, I had no formal qualification to say that I could use them. The Advanced ECDL recognises my skills and has taught me things about databases I didn't know before. Now less experienced colleagues often ask me questions about the applications and I am able to support them.
The Advanced ECDL courses at Oxford University Computing Services are very well
structured and there are plenty of opportunities to ask questions. The pre-course
materials and example files enabled me to prepare before each module, while practice
papers during the session and the personal attention from the teachers helped me to get as
much as possible from the day. It was well organised from start to finish and I would
recommend taking the Advanced ECDL at Oxford University Computing Services."
Tracy Tompkins, Accounts/Purchasing, Department of Paediatrics, John Radcliffe Hospital
"The Advanced ECDL is a very good qualification and is useful for people in the
workplace. The facilities at Oxford University Computing Services are state-of-the-art and
the standard of training provided is very professional."
Mike Simpson, Focus Training
"The quality of training at Oxford University Computing Services is very good. In a short
period teachers focused on the more difficult topics and explained them very clearly. We
liked the cramming before the Advanced ECDL sessions and the mock exams so that we could
work on weaknesses before the actual tests. I would recommend taking the Advanced ECDL at
Oxford University Computing Services."
Peter Lee, IT Training, Leicester City Council