18 November 2017 - The National - United Arab Emirates
In the news
From the Wall Street Journal to the Outlook India, here's a selection of what news organisations around the world have published about WorldSkills.
29 October 2017 - The Wall Street Journal - United States
23 October 2017 - The Kremlin - Russia
21 October 2017 - CNN - United States of America
19 October 2017 - BBC - United Kingdom
19 October 2017 - chinadaily.com.cn - China
19 October 2017 - chinadaily.com.cn - China
19 October 2017 - Yonhap New Agency - South Korea
19 October 2017 - SWI - Switzerland
19 October 2017 - FE week - United Kingdom
18 October 2017 - Daily Mail Online - United Kingdom
18 October 2017 - The Telegraph - United Kingdom
17 October 2017 - Channel 1 - Russia
17 October 2017 - AFP - United States
16 October 2017 - TES - United Kingdom
16 October 2017 - Outlook India - India
15 October 2017 - TV5 Monde - France
14 October 2017 - Xinhua - China
14 October 2017 - News.com.au - Australia
12 October 2017 - TES - United Kingdom
12 October 2017 - TES - United Kingdom
11 October 2017 - The Times - United Kingdom
10 October 2017 - RTE - Ireland
10 October 2017 - The Irish Times - Ireland
9 October 2017 - TES - United Kingdom
Britain's got a gold-winning brickie - and is looking to produce more winners in the 'skills Olympics'
8 October 2017 - The Telegraph - United Kingdom
7 October 2017 - Zee News - India
6 October 2017 - News.com.au - Australia
3 October 2017 - Irish Examiner - Ireland
30 September 2017 - The National - United Arab Emirates
16 September 2017 - Daily Mirror - United Kingdom
16 August 2017 - The Sunday Telegraph - United Kingdom
24 May 2016 - Belarus News - Belarus
There are no barriers to lifelong learning today, Simon Bartley, President of WorldSkills International (WSI), said in an interview with the Belarus 1 TV channel, BelTA has learned. Read full text at: http://eng.belta.by/society/view/wsi-president-there-are-no-barriers-to-lifelong-learning-today-91505-2016/ If you use BelTA’s materials, you must credit us with a hyperlink to eng.belta.by.
22 May 2016 - Belteleradio - Belarus
The second national competition WorldSkills Belarus, which has taken place in Minsk this week, featured over 250 participants competing in 35 categories, such as graphic design, confectionary art, automotive technologies and more. The winners became a part of the team that will represent Belarus at the international championship in Abu Dhabi next year.
22 May 2016 - Beltele Radio - Belarus
The second national competition WorldSkills Belarus, which has taken place in Minsk this week, featured over 250 participants competing in 35 categories, such as graphic design, confectionary art, automotive technologies and more. The winners became a part of the team that will represent Belarus at the international championship in Abu Dhabi next year. On Tuesday, Alexander Lukashenko met with President of WorldSkills International Simon Bartley. The mission of WSI is raising the status of blue-collar jobs and vocational training standards worldwide. Belarus joined WorldSkills International in 2014 and last year for the first time took part in the international competition of professional skills in Brazil. According to organisers, the Belarusians are the best debutants in the history of WorldSkills.
26 April 2016 - SABQ - Saudi Arabia
Council (GCC), and organized by the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, represented by the General Secretariat of the National Competition of skills, in cooperation with Dammam College of Technology during the period from 19-21 Rajab 1437 AH corresponding to 26-28 April 2016 Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Center for Science and technology news "Scitech", under the patronage of His Highness Prince Saud bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz, Governor of the Eastern Province.
13 April 2016 - CBC Radio - Country
Highlights of the upcoming selection of Team Canada at the Skills Canada National Competition
24 March 2016 - Barbados Advocate - Barbados
Senator Dr. the Hon. Esther Byer-Suckoo has thrown her full support behind the TVET Council’s partnership with the Barbados Manufacturers’ Association (BMA) to host WorldSkills Barbados as a joint initiative with BMEX 2016.
23 March 2016 - Barbados Today - Barbados
Barbados has reached a deciding moment of its history and major decisions must be taken as to which road it travels from here, Minister of Labour Dr Esther Byer-Suckoo today suggested.
22 March 2016 - Wales Online - Wales
Supported by the Welsh Government, the national WorldSkills competition is held every November and sees around 1000 learners, employees and apprentices come together from all over the UK to compete for medals in up to 60 different skills. If you’re confident in your skills and think you could be in with a chance of bringing home a medal, here are some reasons why you should enter.
14 March 2016 - Macleans - Canada
If you don’t associate skilled trades with intense competition, you have probably never heard of Skills Canada.
4 March 2016 - Rye and Battle Observer - UK
The ‘best young cabinet maker in the world’ from Battle will have his gold medal-winning creation on display at 10 Downing Street. Read more: http://www.ryeandbattleobserver.co.uk/news/local/battle-world-champion-s-cabinet-displayed-at-downing-street-1-7253232#ixzz43pbVzTDD
1 March 2016 - The National - UAE
The emirate will soon be the first city in the Middle East to host the world’s largest vocational skills competition, WorldSkills. The competition is expected to attract about 100,000 visitors to Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre over four days in October next year. It will showcase the skills of 1,200 entrants under the age 24 from about 60 countries, who will compete in areas such as landscaping and cooking.
26 February 2016 - FE Week - UK
The organisation that oversees the selection process for the British WorldSkills team is dropping its old name. It is currently called Find a Future, but will be known as WorldSkills UK from Tuesday (March 1).
14 February 2016 - TES - UK
As attention focuses on the apprenticeship levy, it is important we don’t forget the other major elements of reform that are just as important – not least the programme to develop new apprenticeship standards. Clear, simple and relevant standards will underpin the quality of the apprenticeship system, so we need to ensure that they encourage world-class delivery and performance.
31 August 2015 - Kremlin - Russia
Vladimir Putin met with the WorldSkills professional skills competition's Russian national team, which won six medals at the 2015 WorldSkills Competition world championship in Brazil, in mechatronics, electrical installations, hairdressing, cooking, restaurant service, and IT network systems administration.
24 August 2015 - The Astana Times - Kazakhstan
Kazakh student Adlet Takezhanov knows his way around a lathe, demonstrating his excellence in turnery at the WorldSkills Competition, an international tournament held Aug. 12-15 in São Paulo, Brazil.
19 August 2015 - BBC Breakfast - United Kingdom
Steph has been to a global event in Brazil where 1200 young people have been competing to be crowned the best in the world for their trade from bricklayers to beauty therapists.
18 August 2015 - Info Mongolia - Mongolia
The 43rd edition of WorldSkills Competition took place at Anhembi Parque, São Paulo, Brazil from August 11 to August 15, 2015
18 August 2015 - BBC News - United Kingdom
Business groups say that a shortage of trained and qualified new starters in fields like engineering, construction and IT is so chronic it could threaten to derail our economic recovery.
17 August 2015 - The Irish Times - Ireland
A group of Ireland's top young apprentices gave up their summers to train for the WorldSkills Competition in Sao Paulo, Brazil, last week, and it paid off.
17 August 2015 - People's Daily - China
On-site Chinese competitors. Competitors from Chinese delegation won four gold medals in manufacturing, welding, hairdressing and car painting in the 43rd World Skills Completion closed on Sunday in Brazil's largest city São Paulo on Aug 16, 2015.
17 August 2015 - The Chronicle Herald - Canada
A young Nova Scotia man's love of planes helped him earn a spot among the best in the world in aircraft maintenance.
16 August 2015 - FE Week - United Kingdom
Three golds were crowned with an illustrious first for TeamUK as beauty therapist Rianne Chester was handed the award for best overall WorldSkills competitor in a glorious night in Brazil.
16 August 2015 - Channel NewsAsia - Singapore
Team Singapore raked in a silver and two bronze medals at this year's WorldSkills competition in Brazil. And while the country did not attain a gold medal, it won more medallions of excellence compared to 2013, according to results revealed during the closing ceremony on Sunday (Aug 16).
13 August 2015 - TV Globo - Brazil
Jovens de mais de 60 países vão disputar medalhas em São Paulo. Competidores são alunos ou formados no ensino técnico.
12 August 2015 - UNESCO-UNEVOC - Germany
UNESCO and UNESCO-UNEVOC are pleased to contribute to WorldSkills São Paulo on 11-16 August 2015 and to facilitate the involvement of several UNEVOC Centres in the programme.
11 August 2015 - Xinhua News Agency - China
Members of the Chinese team attend the opening ceremony of the 43rd Worldskills in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Aug. 11, 2015. The 43rd Worldskills, the world's largest international skill competition, kicked off in Sao Paulo on Wednesday. More than 1,000 competitors would compete in 50 skill competitions. The Chinese team had 32 competitors to compete in 29 skills.
10 August 2015 - Sputnik International - Russia
According to the press service of the president of the Tatarstan, WorldSkills, a world championship competition of professional skills, will be held in Russia's Kazan in 2019.