It is clear that today’s society and labour market are experiencing an accelerated pace of digital transformation. As far as the digitization of people’s training is concerned, this has numerous benefits and advantages.

1. Universal access: digitization makes it possible to overcome geographical barriers and facilitates access to education and training for people from anywhere in the world.

2. Flexibility and self-direction: digital training environments offer flexibility in terms of timetables and pace of learning.

3. Variety of resources and approaches: digitization of training provides access to a wide range of educational resources, such as videos, interactive simulations, multimedia materials and online collaboration tools. These diversified resources can be adapted to different learning styles and help learners to better understand and retain information.

4. Updating and focus: in an ever-changing world, digital training allows for quick and easy updating of educational materials.

5. Collaborative learning: digital learning platforms encourage collaboration and interaction between students and teachers through discussion forums, chats and online collaboration tools. This enables the exchange of ideas, teamwork and mutual feedback, which enriches the learning process and promotes the collective construction of knowledge.

6. Personalised assessment and monitoring: digital platforms can track individual student progress and provide personalised feedback, allowing students to identify their strengths and weaknesses and receive specific guidance to improve their learning.