Qualifications built with a focus on employability so they're eligible for funding

Recognised by UK regulatory authorities including Ofqual, QiW and CCEA Regulation

All IT user skills covered, from email and e-safety to word-processing, video-editing and social networks

Unrivalled support for your centre and learner - from the UK's only professional body dedicated to IT

1 in 10

adults in the UK have still never used the internet


of employers won't consider a candidate with no IT skills


people in the UK have studied our ECDL course

Supporting your business

Reach out to new customers and grow your business by offering essential digital literacy training that really helps change learners’ lives.

We’ve been delivering digital learning for over 30 years and can’t wait to share our insight and expertise with your training business, as well as our reputation for quality and progress. Other benefits your organisation will enjoy with BCS include:

  • dedicated account management team and full service-desk support
  • online forum with 24-hour access to training materials and candidate registrations

Why choose qualifications from BCS?

Because we’re more than a qualifications body! We’ve made our commitment by royal charter to develop the levels of digital literacy in our society so that everyone benefits from advancing technology.

So when you partner with us, you’ll gain access to exclusive training packages and learning resources that have all been designed to ensure your customers reach their digital potential.

Become accredited

To deliver BCS qualifications, you'll firstly need to become a BCS accredited centre.

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Skills for a digital world

Free on Thursday 19 March? Come along to our 2020 Digital Skills Conference at the ICC Conference, Birmingham and get the lowdown on the latest government skills reforms, market trends and insight, together with practical funding advice.

We’ll facilitate discussion from influential bodies such as the AELP, Digital Skills Partnerships, The Good Things Foundation, Lloyds Bank and the NHS who will be discussing reforms, baseline digital skills for society and providing a lens for educating people of all ages to succeed in a world where digital technology is automating ever more complex tasks. These talks and a panel discussion will look at what we should do collectively to make sure our country has the right educational infrastructure, capability and capacity to upskill the whole workforce.

Join in the debate to influence digital literacy policy