Applications for next year’s WorldSkills are now open, and if you are interested in competing, please register yourself after talking it through with your tutor.
The competition is for both students and apprentices, allowing them the opportunity to compete in competitions to test their skills, win awards and possibly even represent team GB.
WorldSkills is an accelerator for young people in the start-up phase of their careers. The competition aims to inspire more young people to take up apprenticeships and technical education, they champion their success and aim to accelerate their personal and professional development.
There are a range of skills being tested within the four main categories of:
- Engineering and Technology
- Digital, Business and Creative
- Health Hospitality and Lifestyle
- Construction and Infrastructure
To find out more about the skills tested with in the above listed categories visit the WorldSkills website here.
Please note that applications for WorldSkills are still open, WorldSkills continue to actively monitor the government’s advice regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on activities. Please be assured that everyone’s safety will always be top priority. For WorldSkills FAQ’s regarding the competition and coronavirus please click here.
Deadline for applications is April 2 2020.
Curtis Johnston, Plastering Apprentice, who competed in the WorldSkills2019 in Kazan, Russia.