SkillsLatvia hosted their first national skills competition for young professionals featuring 96 Competitors in 16 skills.
The Competition, organized by the State Education Development Agency (VIAA), was the first event of this scale in Latvia focused on vocational education and emphasizing the importance of acquiring skills and pursuing excellence.
In the second installment of our Expert Focus series, we travel to Switzerland to meet with the current Chief Expert for Plumbing and Heating at the WorldSkills international competition... talking tinsmiths, training and Test Project sustainability along the way! Introducing...
The mission to promote and enhance skills among young Africans has been highlighted at the inaugural “International Skills Excellence Forum” which was held from 2 to 5 May, 2017 in Livingstone, Zambia.
A skills focused delegation from Australia travelled to India in April, on a two-day mission designed to be a catalyst for greater vocational skills collaboration between the nations.
The Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, and the country’s Minister for Education and Training, Simon Birmingham, were joined on the visit by the CEO of WorldSkills Australia, Brett Judd, two of the... View details ⇨
Latest update from a Champions visit to Rwanda where they were developing SKILLS ON THE MOVE - a technical skills exchange program that sees WorldSkills Champions and Experts pass on their knowledge to local Rwandan trainers.
Starting his WorldSkills experience as a Competitor at WorldSkills St. Gallen 1997, Anna and Chirag of the Champions Trust, sat down with Daniel Rossato, Lecturer of Technology Education at SENAI, to talk about his 20 year WorldSkills journey.
Be part of the skills strategies conversation at WorldSkills Conference 2017.
Why does global unemployment remain persistently high when so many roles are unfilled? In a globalized world, where skills know no borders, how can education and training providers respond to changing skills demands?
Registration is now open for WorldSkills Conference 2017:... View details ⇨
Beginning your career or starting a new job brings to mind lots of questions, so the British Council designed a course to guide you through those initial weeks and months so you can make a positive start to your career.
British Council’s free online employability skills course, How to Succeed in the Global Workplace course launches on 8 May and is aimed at people preparing to enter the job... View details ⇨
Synergy in the field of Science, Technology, Education, and Maths (STEM) – and a shared commitment to helping young people develop the skills that can shape the future – has seen a leading global robotics provider taking its partnership with WorldSkills to a global level.
VEX Robotics has longstanding ties with WorldSkills as an established supporter of its work, mission, and philosophy on... View details ⇨
One of the main reasons why startups fail is because their growth engines don´t work properly. To succeed as a startup can be hard, but it was never easier done than today. All the tools, technologies and knowledge we... View details ⇨
Members of one of the teams set to showcase their vocational talents at WorldSkills Abu Dhabi 2017 have been boosted by inspirational backing from the very highest level – their president.
The WorldSkills Palestine team recently travelled to Belgium to undergo a preparatory exercise ahead of the world’s largest vocational skills competition, which will take place in the capital of the United... View details ⇨