Technical Training have been providing training for entrants to the WorldSkills UK Electronics competition. Electronics Faultfinding has been recognised as an area of expertise that the competitors benefit from and they have therefore been attending a variety of training courses targeted to provide them with the skills and knowledge needed to achieve success. Technical Training has also been providing help with the judging at the UK competition.
Gareth Humphreys MBE, WorldSkills Electronics expert said “We see the Electronics training that Technical Training Solutions provide as absolutely essential to the succcess of our competitors”.
The importance of these competitions to the UK has been recognised by government and other sponsors: Skilled people are vital to the success of the economy and to succeed in these careers they need to be highly skilled and therefore highly trained. It is widely recognised that the UK’s skills are not world-class and that they must be if it is to achieve the economic and social goals that we all aspire to.
UK Skills also organises the UK entry to the WorldSkills Competition, which challenges young people, teachers, trainers and employers to achieve world class standards. The WorldSkills Competition is the biggest skills competition in the world, and is an opportunity for competitors to represent their country and their trade abroad. WorldSkills is held every two years, and brings together young people from almost 50 countries, to compete in 40 trade skills, for gold, silver and bronze medals. Medallions for Excellence are also awarded to competitors who achieve an International standard at the Competition. The WorldSkills Competition will be held in London in 2011.
Locations and dates of forthcoming competitions:
WorldSkills Calgary 2009: 2 to 5 September 2009, Calgary
WorldSkills London 2011: 6 to 9 October 2011 at ExCeL London
WorldSkills 2013: to be decided in September 2009
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