Tosa assessments and certification exams on DigComp
Assessments are not required to be proctored when taken remotely, while certification exams must be taken in-person or via our remote proctoring solution.
|Assessment test||Certification exam|
|Number of questions||30||40|
|Exam protocol||Taken online||Taken online under proctored conditions, in-person or via our remote proctoring system|
|Results||Skill level on a 1 to 5 scale. Detailed skills reports||Score on a 1 to 1000 scale. Diploma delivered within 5 business days|
Information and data literacy
The questions in this domain cover the essential concepts related to search strategies, updating information and content in the digital environment, and identifying different types of websites. They also cover the analysis and assessment of data source reliability, and the organization and treatment of digital content in a structured environment (downloading files, using images and forms, etc.).
Communication and collaboration
This domain covers the proficiency in the use of digital tools and technologies in collaborative processes (social networks, online conference, online discussion, etc.), as well as the collaborative creation of appropriate data and resources. Questions also include referencing, the ability to use public and private digital services, and managing a digital identity.
Digital content creation
Candidates are tested on their ability to understand the enforcement of copyright laws and legal aspects of different types of licenses. They are also tested on making and editing digital content in various formats (social networks, messaging, etc.) and their ability to modify, improve and integrate information into an existing body of knowledge using different operations systems, RSS feed, etc.
This domain covers skills such as protecting devices and digital content with anti-malware applications. Candidates are tested on their ability to limit the risks and take security measures to protect personal data in different contexts (social networks, email, etc.), as well as their knowledge on the environmental impacts of digital technologies.
This domain includes questions on identifying and solving technical problems when operating devices in digital environments. It also includes questions on technological monitoring tools to improve and develop digital skills, and on the implementation of a lifelong digital skills development.