We hosted a best practice exchange with international experts and educators to transfer global best practice and champion higher quality training standards within the UK.
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It better prepares students for industry and also significantly improves attainment and opens up more opportunities for students as their skill sets are at a much higher level.
Involving students in the marking and assessment process helps students to better understand the standard that is required and improves overall quality of performance.
We need to keep pace with the latest technology and software advancements and introduce more real life scenarios into learning practices
This friendly competition involved the UK Training Managers deliver training in animations and iAssembly followed by practical tasks the competitors were required to complete in the afternoon. All experts were very complimentary about the technical skill level of our UK Competitor, Lewis Batchelor, who excelled on both days of the event. There was no formal marking undertaken by the experts after the competitors had completed their tasks.
“This event allowed competitors to realise what the standard is required at a WorldSkills Competition and will enable us to prepare for future training sessions we have planned together”.
“It was great to see some other competitors from around the world face to face and train together during the restrictions”.