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Autodesk Digital Construction Challenge 2020
Read how New College Lanarkshire worked together with Autodesk to run a virtual digital construction competition.
Making the switch: from physical to online training
Competition Data Analyst Ed Chapman caught up with AoC Sport, one of our Competition Organising Partners, to find out how they moved online.
Guest blog: Students maintain WorldSkills UK training regime during lockdown
Lockdown has not stopped students from North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College (NWSLC) from keeping up with their training as part of Squad UK.
WorldSkills UK monitoring coronavirus developments
WorldSkills UK continue to monitor the governments advice regarding coronavirus and together with our partners are reviewing the impact on our planned activities.
The resilience of our competitors during the pandemic
On World Youth Skills Day, our Impact and Evaluation Manager John Lee explains what our recent survey shows about how young people are coping.
We need to go further, faster on inclusion
Our new data-driven approach to tracking diversity and inclusion in our work is helping shape our thinking on what specifically we can do next.
We’re driving economic recovery in West Midlands with world-class skills
We have been working with colleges, training providers and employers throughout the West Midlands to provide support and opportunities for apprentices and students.
Delivering world-class plumbing and heating training during a pandemic
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.
Peter Mucklow has been appointed as our Official Delegate for WorldSkills
Peter Mucklow, Director, Apprenticeships at ESFA, has been named as our Official Delegate for WorldSkills and WorldSkills Europe.
From classroom to shed, spare room, bedroom or any spare space
Stephen Williams, WorldSkills UK Electronics Training Manager and Gower College Swansea Curriculum Leader Lecturer explains how he has redesigned his Squad team's training.
The benefits of taking part in WorldSkills UK Competitions
Education and Skills Competitions Co-ordinator Alex Agyekum explains what competitors, their colleges and employers can gain from taking part in WorldSkills UK Competitions.
Changing it up from face-to-face to remote training
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.
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