Various countries have a training programme called the "computer driving license". The training aims to give basic computer using skills (word processing, spreadsheets, the web, etc). It's good for people unsure of their skills, but I object to the name.
I think it's worrying that it's called a license of any kind, since that implies that there is an entity whose permission people need to use a computer. Licenses to own and operate copying machines or typewriters have existed, and it's always a sign of political oppression. It's just a word, but words have power, or at least they give leverage to those in power.