Attila Chikán


ALTEO Energiaszolgáltató Nyrt.

In Hungary, the concept of lifelong learning is not very wide spread, there are only a few apply for either formal or informal training opportunities. Still, it is my strongest belief that the majority of people have the wish to learn and develop and it is mutually beneficial if a company provides that opportunity. This is the reason behind our stronger emphasis on employee training and development, since we think that together our company will become more competitive.


Monitoring industrial and technical changes

Industry: Energy

Date: Since 2018


Solutions of the macro-sustainability challenges

Encourage life-long learning and adult education and training, especially for developing the ability to adapt and build resilience in a rapidly-changing environment, and promote leadership skills

Further targets:

What´s the solution?

The programme is aiming for an internal corporate improvement process, carried out with the inclusion of our employees. We ask employees for input on relevant conferences, professional internal or external trainings, memberships in professional organisations, and books or newspapers, helping them to keep their knowledge updated. This will therefore be a survey on needs. The programme itself is targeting for constant improvement. We believe that our corporate efforts supporting further training will have a widespread social impact, and increase the level of lifelong learning in Hungary.

Business connection

The goal of the programme is to keep ALTEO employee knowledge up to date by using various techniques. This is an essential element in the business world to stay in competition and to grow.


The programme is currently being developed at ALTEO, so its results cannot be seen for the time being. We use the number and working hours of colleagues involved as an indicator, but success cannot be assessed by only these. We are also planning to measure how the company and the industry will benefit from this investment.