Zoltán Nyikes

Óbuda University, Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences
Budapest, Hungary

INDECS 16(1), 124-131, 2018
DOI 10.7906/indecs.16.1.9
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Received: 9th November 2017.
Accepted: 10th January 2018.
Regular article


According to the European Union's expectations, the Hungarian government set its goal to raise the digital competence level of the population as its importance can no longer be questioned. The opportunity to increase the users' level of digital competency, and the examination of the results achieved will make the training more effective. Digital knowledge must be increased so as to make digital goods equally accessible to everyone. Most of the workplaces and professions require a certain level of digital literacy, that is both employees and the companies need to know what level of digital skills are and will be required across the workforce.


digital competency, digital literacy, digital skills, safety awareness, industry 4.0


JEL:O10, Q55

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