EUCIP - European Certification of Informatics Professionals - is a professional certification and competency development scheme, aimed at informatics professionals and practitioners developed by CEPIS and ECDL Foundation. (CEPIS is the Council of European Professional Informatics Societies, a non-profit organization seeking to improve and promote a high standard among informatics professionals in recognition of the impact that Informatics has on employment, business and society. CEPIS represents 35 Member Societies in 32 countries across greater Europe).

EUCIP consists of a Core certification as well as 21 Specialised certifications for a range of competences which are set out in an array of job-specific profiles. In addition, there is a standalone certification for IT Administrators.


EUCIP professional level

EUCIP's Professional level demands advanced competence in a particular role. The professional level is based on a specialized competence that a candidate may earn by working through a variety of educational modules and by gaining practical experience. The number of different electives for ICT related jobs can be quite varied, with various different skills classification models already in existence. There are currently 21 EUCIP Professional Profiles in the professional range.


A pre-requisite of EUCIP's professional level is the successful completion of the EUCIP Core Level.