02 JUN 2020
In National Volunteers' Week, WorldSkills UK Volunteer and Alumni Manager Thomas Shirt celebrates the charity’s volunteers and explains why they make such a vital contribution.
14 MAY 2020
Ronnie Ferris, WorldSkills UK Training Manager for Plumbing and Heating explains how he gets competitors ready for international competition and how he's had to adapt his approach during the coronavirus pandemic.
30 APR 2020
Stephen Williams, WorldSkills UK Electronics Training Manager and Gower College Swansea Curriculum Leader Lecturer explains how he has redesigned his Squad team's training during the lockdown and the inspiring results.
27 APR 2020
Education and Skills Competitions Co-ordinator Alex Agyekum explains what competitors, their colleges and employers can gain from taking part in WorldSkills UK Competitions.
21 APR 2020
Daytun Unitt, Lecturer at Coleg Cambria and WorldSkills UK Training Manager for the Manufacturing Team Challenge explains how Squad training is still taking place remotely, and the challenges and benefits it has brought about.
26 MAR 2020
WorldSkills UK Chief Executive Dr Neil Bentley-Gockmann OBE outline's the organisation's action plan to increase diversity and inclusion.
13 MAR 2020
WorldSkills UK Education and Skills Competitions Co-ordinator Alex Agyekum explains the importance of our inclusive skills competitions and how they can break down barriers to employment for people with disabilities or learning difficulties.
12 MAR 2020
WorldSkills UK Chief Executive Dr Neil Bentley-Gockmann OBE discusses new research published by TSIP that sets out recommendations of how to increase diversity and inclusion in skills competitions, and explains what the organisation is doing to help reach young people from all backgrounds
03 MAR 2020
This National Careers Week, WorldSkills UK Head of Young People and Careers Dee Aylett-Smith explains our multi-layered approach to inspiring young people on their career journeys.
28 FEB 2020
WorldSkills UK Chief Executive Dr Neil Bentley-Gockmann OBE explains why, as LGBT+ History month draws to a close, it's the perfect opportunity to commit to re-evaluating our work environments to ensure we are as inclusive as possible.