We are a dynamic charity working to change the national conversation on young people and skills. We are a partnership between government, business and education to accelerate young people's careers and help more of the next generation get the best start in work and life. We are part of a global movement working with young people right across the world. In the UK, we are entering an exciting new phase in our development and have ambitious plans for the future - seeking to actively engage 1m young people in our work by 2022.
How we meet our goals:
- We create inspirational role models and run careers advice activities - including the UK's largest careers event.
- We run competitions to find the UK's best skilled young people and we enter them as Team UK into international competitions -a sort of 'skills Olympics’ - competing for medals against 75 other countries
- We develop new products and services to help young people better prepare for work and life,
WorldSkills UK is signed up to the disability confident scheme. As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancies.
As an organisation that is continually striving to ensure it is both diverse and inclusive in all areas of its recruitment and employment processes, WorldSkills UK uses a blind recruitment approach.
There are currently no vacancies at WorldSkills UK.