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3rd place for Gymnasium Bad Ischl

3rd place for Gymnasium Bad Ischl

The water cycle The Bundesgymnasium and Bundesrealgymnasium in Linz were awarded because the school was third in Upper Austria in terms of the number of computer driving license exams passed.

The Austrian Computer Society (OCG) regulates the European Computer Driving License (ECDL – European Computer Driving License) in Austria for 25 years. Exactly 23,480 candidates were registered for the ECDL in 2021. This places Austria fourth among 100 countries in the international comparison. Only Italy, France and Singapore are ahead of Austria.

As this international success is largely dependent on the schools’ commitment, OCG President Wilfried Seyruck has honored some of the most successful ECDL schools in Austria at the Lentos Museum of Art in Linz. Damien O’Sullivan, Director General of the International Computer Driving License (ICDL) Foundation traveled all the way from Dublin to congratulate OCG on the 25th anniversary of its ECDL certification and to participate in the awarding of awards to schools.

Gymnasium Bad Ischl is among the excellent schools

The Bundesgymnasium and Bundesrealgymnasium Bad Ischl were among the excellent schools. With 459 exams passed, the school was ranked third in the Upper Austria ranking and tenth in Austria. The award was accepted by director Gisela Daucher and coordinators Rita Richlehuber and Doris Windsbauer.

“This award is good feedback to us that we are on the right track and encourages us to keep going. It is also good to know that our concept is also appreciated by the audience,” director Gisela Daucher explained. Your school has one computer science class per class, where all Students earn an Advanced Certificate in English in the English Language (ECDL). The large number of ECDL exams over the years is owed to the Association for Support and Alumni and its range of ECDL preparatory courses. This was also notable in the homeschool stages. “Students had Those trained in the ECDL program had more routine and computer experience, and thus had a measure of ease in completing tasks.”