EITCI, The European IT Certification Institute

The European Information Technologies Certification Institute (EITCI Institute) is an international non-profit organization seated in Brussels and working towards development and dissemination of high quality standards in IT competencies training and education as well as in IT systems and solutions through processes of certification and accreditation by joint effort of academic and industrial experts in the European Union and abroad.

EITCI Institute brings together representatives of academia and industry in relevant, specific IT fields, who cooperate towards development and dissemination of high quality IT certification frameworks in professional Information Technology competencies and technical solutions. EITCI Insititute focuses on development of methodologies and standards to support IT skills and expertise dissemination in the international society, along with dedication to improvement of quality and safety of ubiquitous IT applications, with special attention set on the areas of artificial intelligence, robotics and information-communication security.

The skills and competencies Certification Programmes governed by the EITCI Institute include:

EITC Programme   European Information Technologies Certification Programme (EITC Programme)

EITCA Programme European Information Technologies Certification Academy Programme (EITCA Programme)

and constitute an international framework for formal confirmation of the level and quality of IT competencies and skills held by certified individuals in relevant Information Technologies and applied informatics fields and disciplines.

The mission of the EITCI Institute is to accelerate growth of the international information society and knowledge based economy, as well as to counter digital exclusion in societies worldwide. This goal is set for implementation on two planes. First, by increasing accessibility to EITCI IT Certification Programmes, which are non-commercially and commercially available to individuals and institutions in the EU and abroad, aiming for as wide as possible dissemination of high quality IT competencies. Second, by cooperating with institutional standardization bodies and technology providers, supporting growth of quality and safety of critical IT applications and of related products.