Innovative skills to enhance HE students’ employability

Project Reference Number: 2021-1-PL01-KA220-HED-000032182
Funded By: Erasmus+ Programme, Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices

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The curriculum specifies the content and methodologies for your comprehensive learning on Industry 4.0

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The report reviews the state of development of Industry 4.0 and the trends toward digitization in Poland, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria, Slovakia and Latvia

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Artificial Intelligence

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Additive Manufacturing

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Why learn about Industry 4.0?

An ever increasing number of companies engage in, and experiment with, automation, digitization, data exchange and Internet of Things, cloud computing, additive manufacturing, cyber-physical systems,  smart manufacture, Artificial Intelligence and other emerging technologies. This has a big impact on the skills they need to remain competitive. The future of work is thus changing. For you to remain competitive on the labor market, you need to become skilled in those areas. Invest in yourself by embarking on the DigiWork learning paths.

The DigiWork platform offers 5 learning paths to help you get skilled in just the right areas to boost your employability and help your future career.

Our courses are designed so that you can learn at your own pace, anywhere and at any time.

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DigiWork Newsletter Issue 3, April 2024

The DigiWork Newsletter Issue 3 is out. Download it below. >> Download our Newsletter, Issue 3 from April 2024
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Project events

DigiWork Partner Meeting in Sofia, Bulgaria, 06-07.06.2023

The third partner meeting for the project DigiWork - Digital Transformation, Industry 4.0 and Human Resources Management: Innovative skills to enhance HE students` employability, flexibility and transversal capabilities (project N.: 2021-1-PL01-KA220-HED-000032182) was held on 06-07 June, 2023 in Sofia, Bulgaria. During the first day of the meeting project partners discussed...
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Cybersecurity – The New Challenge in the Industry 4.0 Context!

With the advent of IT and in the rise of Industry 4.0, businesses are facing new challenges connected to cybersecurity and data protection. This is especially valid for production SMEs which often don’t have the internal resources and capacity to effectively evaluate cybersecurity risks corresponding with newly implemented Industry 4.0-based...
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Project events

DigiWork Third Transnational Project Meeting in Latvia

On the 13th and 14th of September 2022 we held the 3rd Transnational Project Meeting of the DigiWork project! During the meeting we discussed the progress of work on Result 1, Result 3, and Result 4. The consortium partners also discussed important issues related to the management and dissemination of...
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Newsletter Issue 1, Jul 2022

The DigiWork Newsletter Issue 1 is out. Download it below. >> Download our Newsletter, Issue 1 from Jul 2022
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Project events

DigiWork Second Transnational Project Meeting in Slovakia

The first face-to-face partner meeting of the DigiWork project took place 05-06.05.2022 in Bratislava, Slovakia. The meeting was hosted by KLASTER AT+R ZPO. During the 2 days of the event the partners discussed the progress of the project and planned upcoming activities. The next on-site project meeting was scheduled for...
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Project events

DigiWork Kick-off Meeting

The first meeting of the DigiWork project took place 03-04 February, 2022. The meeting was dedicated to kick-starting the project and establishing collaboration mechanisms among the partners. Due to the current pandemic and travel restrictions the meeting was held online through the Zoom platform. Partners from Poland, Italy, Bulgaria, Spain,...
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