Four students who have been doing computer training at the Jesuit Refugee Service Ireland offices were presented with certificates on Friday 12 March to mark their accomplishments. JRS Ireland runs computer classes every Friday morning, and the students get to sit exams for the ECDL (European Computer Driving Licence). Two students (Lana and Mobolaji) passed Module 1 and the other two (Bella and Lassane) passed Modules 1 and 2. The classes would not be possible without the commitment and dedication of JRS Ireland volunteer Paul Clancy who is the ECDL Tutor. JRS Ireland is also hugely grateful to the staff at Eirgrid, who donated the PCs for these classes, and in particular to Paul O’Rourke. The ECDL is an internationally recognised qualification and a great asset for migrant students when applying for jobs.