Tag: WorldSkills

News WorldSkills 2017
Today marks the end of the 44th WorldSkills competition – in which representatives from 59 nations have competed in an incredible range of disciplines from hairdressing to stonemasonry...
News WorldSkills 2017
The best of British took centre stage with the world watching tonight as Abu Dhabi put on a spectacular opening ceremony to officially open the 44th WorldSkills. Around...
News WorldSkills 2017
Representatives from 59 nations will this evening attend the opening ceremony of the 44th WorldSkills finals (live stream at the end of article). Around 1,300 competitors and members...
FE Experts
Inequality is a major problem for many 18- to 24-year-olds, but Neil Bentley believes WorldSkills UK can play a part in helping the disadvantaged move up in society...
News WorldSkills 2017
Apprentices from Toyota, Airbus and Topshop are among 32 of the country’s elite learners who have been selected to represent the UK and go for gold at WorldSkills...
FE Experts
Women have a raw deal when it comes to apprenticeships, but here are some steps we can all take to improve the situation, says Neil Bentley I was...
FE Experts
Building a world-class skills training system is entirely within our grasp if it is properly supported and prioritised, says Carole Stott. To say that 2016 was an eventful...
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Dozens of the nation’s most talented FE students found their zen as they prepared for the psychological strains of competing on the international stage, at a special training...
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[slideshow_deploy id=’35870′]   These are the 41 UK youngsters upon whose shoulders the hopes of a nation will rest at WorldSkills 2015 in São Paulo, Brazil, in less...
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For the young people involved, there can be no doubt skills competitions offer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. However, the impact of skills competitions ripples out much wider than just...