Digital competencies can be verified on the following levels:
- A Foundation
- B Intermediate
- C Advanced
- D Highly Specialised
A. Foundation Level
A person who passed an exam on a Foundation level proved basic theoretical knowledge of the material within a selected module and gained the skills to use basic tools. Approximately 15% of the entire scope of ICT material is tested on level A.
A1 – at basic level and with guidance.
A2 – at basic level and with autonomy and appropriate guidance where needed.
B. Intermediate Level
An exam on an intermediate level tests beginner level knowledge expanded by a broader use of ICT tools and technologies. Approximately 30% of the entire scope of ICT material is tested on level B.
B3 – on their own and solving straightforward problems.
B4 – independently, according to own needs, and solving well-defined and non-routine problems.
C. Advanced Level
An examinee proving her/his knowledge on an advanced level is fluent in using advanced ICT tools beyond an intermediate level. Approximately 60% of the entire scope of ICT material is tested on level C.
C5 – as well as guiding others,
C6 – according to own needs and those of others, and in complex contexts,
D. Highly Specialised Level
Passing an exam on an expert level proves fluency in practical skills and theoretical knowledge of the ICT material. Approximately 90% of the entire scope of the ICT material is tested on level D.
D7 – at highly specialised level,
D8 – at the most advanced and specialised level,