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10th ASEAN Skills Competition Opening Ceremony

The Opening Ceremony included a traditional dance music repertoire of the 10 countries.

Dantri News – Vietnam press

The 10th ASEAN Skills Competition was launched at the Opening Ceremony at the Hanoi National Convention Center (My Dinh, Hanoi), and attracted nearly 300 Competitors from 10 ASEAN Member countries, more than 700 international guests and thousands of students.

In her welcome speech, Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan - Politburo member, Deputy Chairman of the National Assembly - emphasized: “I hope that through this event, we will contribute to the development of skills standards in ASEAN, bringing us closer to the level of world standards. At the same time we aim to strengthen coordination and cooperation among ASEAN Member countries in assessing the skill level - an extremely important activity when ASEAN becomes an official Community on 31.12.2015”.

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FAQ

What is WorldSkills?
WorldSkills is a skills competition, jobs and careers event held every two years. The next one will be in 2015 in São Paulo, Brazil.

Can anybody visit the WorldSkills Competition?
Yes, everybody who is interested in the Competition, can come and visit WorldSkills São Paulo 2015.

How can I take part in WorldSkills?
In order to take part in the Competition, you would first have to start training on one of the 46 skills: Convince your instructor or your boss and use your skills to qualify for the national team.

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Stanley Black & Decker.

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American Welding Society


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Dusseldorp Forum FESTO IAPMO
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