What Will You See At The WorldSkills Competition

 

On each day of the International Jewellery Fair in Sydney in August, there will be a separate WorldSkills Australia regional competition with students from WA, QLD, and VIC testing their skills.

Each competition will take one day to complete and individuals will be challenged against their peers to show who the best is in their chosen skill.

The competitions will test students’ abilities to make a set piece of jewellery to certain specifications within the allocated time.

Competitors will be required to undertake specific tasks to in order to complete the set project. This project is designed to test not only basic skills of the competitors, but also how they can innovate and explore new ideas.

Specific details of the project will be revealed to the competitors on the day.

Successful competitors will have the opportunity to progress to a number of career-boosting pathways. In addition to potentially competing for Gold, Silver and Bronze medals *nationally, and internationally as members of the Skillaroos – the WorldSkills Australia International Team – there are leadership programs and scholarships for young men and women to become their very best.

Competitions are open to all apprentices, trainees and students from Industry, TAFE’s and RTO’s. If you are an apprentice or trainee or if you employ an apprentice or trainee and you want to help them reach their career goals, just contact your local TAFE or RTO about getting involved or email: info@worldskills.org.au

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ABOUT WORLDSKILLS AUSTRALIA

WorldSkills Australia is a social enterprise that passionately believes that skills drives your future and Australia’s prosperity. Since 1981 we have been the leading voice for skills excellence in vocational, technological and service oriented careers in Australia and have raised the awareness of hundreds of thousands of young Australians, as well as their parents, industry and employers that our nation’s future depends on an effective skills training systems. For more information visit www.worldskills.org.au

 

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