In response to the global challenge of 2020, WorldSkills Shanghai 2021 has been postponed by one year and will allow for all member countries to recalibrate their competition activity, in readiness for the 46th WorldSkills Competition in Shanghai in 2022.
St Petersburg will host the 8th EuroSkills Competition. Team UK will be training hard with the aim of maintaining a top ten position in the medal table, achieved in EuroSkills Budapest in 2018.
Competing in WorldSkills provides us with rich insights into the skills systems and practices to develop excellence in young people, in 80 different countries and regions. The valuable lessons we draw from benchmarking our performance is invaluable and through the Centre of Excellence, we will transfer these lessons in pursuit of mainstreaming excellence across technical and vocational education.
Our training team are highly motivated experts and coaches from across education, training and performance psychology with a passion for developing high-impact training programmes that accelerates the growth of young people’s skills from national competitions to world-class standards of excellence.