Characteristics of Tests

  •   Fairness, objectivity and reliability are ensured in these high-tech office automation qualification tests.
    - The tests have been nationally accredited by the government since January 11, 2002.
    - The tests are administered by the KPC, a quasi-governmental organization under the MKE
  •   The tests are practice-oriented.
    - The tests are practice-oriented and task-oriented, resulting in a high level of use in the field.
    - It helps set goals for members of an organization on a regular basis and allows the organization to distinguish individual performance levels.
    - It is, in particular, possible to make a selection of test subjects according to the differentiated job duties of individuals.
  •   The tests are based on practical skills only.
    - The tests contain no written examinations.
    - Tests are based on practical tasks and skills required for job duties.
  •   It is easy to study for the tests.
    - A candidate may obtain licenses simply with a one-time test by subject.
    - A wide range of learner-friendly, detailed learning materials have been developed and quality training courses are offered.
  •   ITQ has good development potentials and usability
    - A candidate is allowed to take tests for the same subjects again and the A, B and C grading scale allows the taker to upgrade his or her skill levels over time.
    - The tests are most widely adopted and used by public and administrative agencies, large corporations, SMEs, colleges and universities.