WorldSkills Australia

WorldSkills Australia is the nation’s premier showcase of youth skill and trade excellence. Through a program of competitions aligned to the National Training Packages, WorldSkills Australia works to ensure that today’s young people have the skills and abilities to compete within a rapidly changing global market place. All Australian apprentices, trainees and VET students have the opportunity to compete and if eligible, medallists can compete on the International stage in the Skill Olympics.

World Skills Regional
WorldSkills Australia competitions operate on a two year cycle. The regional competition is the first level of the WorldSkills competition cycle. Competitions are held every two years in 30 regions across Australia. When competitors participate they are representing their local community while gaining the opportunity to excel in their career. Regional competitions flow into National competitions and winners, if eligible, will advance to the International competition to represent their country.

World Skills Regions

World Skills National
The 2010 WorldSkills Australia National Competition was held in Brisbane last October. The National Competition was an impressive showcase of the talent of young skilled apprentices and trainees currently available in the Australian workforce. The 30 member Skillaroos team was chosen from the strong field of competitors representing over 25 skill sectors. The team will travel to London to compete in the 41st WorldSkills International Competition.

Team Australia Skillaroos Announced

World Skills International - London 2011
The world’s largest, international skills competition where young people from across the globe compete to become the best of the best in their chosen skill.
WorldSkills London 2011 will take place at ExCeL London from 5-8 October 2011.

World Skills London 2011

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