At the SwissSkills Bern 2022, competitions in different skills take place at the same time in the same place. Visitors will be given the opportunity to look over the shoulders of young professionals from well over 100 professions to gather inspiration for their professional future.
Find out more at: www.swiss-skills.ch
RDS, Simmonscourt, Dublin , Ireland
Over three action-packed days, WorldSkills Ireland Live will facilitate an atmosphere of experimentation and discovery through competitions, interactive events and demonstrations. It is an event that will inspire the next generation of skilled young people to follow their passions, interests and talents for the securement of their own future, and that of Ireland.
Find out more at wsilive.ie
International Craft Fair (MOS), Celje, Slovenia.
Slovenia's National Skills Competition, SloveniaSkills 2022, will take place between 14 and 18 September as part of the International Craft Fair (MOS) in Celje.
A total of 60 competitors from across Slovenia will compete in 11 different skills: Mechatronics, Architectural Stonemasonry, Painting and Decorating, Joinery, Cabinetmaking, Floristry, Restaurant Service, Cooking, ICT Specialists, Visual Merchandising/ Window Dressing, and Hairdressing. The highest scroing competitors will be selected to join Team Slovenia to compete at EuroSkills.
Organised by the Institute for VET of the Republic of Slovenia, SloveniaSkills 2022 will also feature an exhibition of Skills of the Future, a presentation of traditional arts and crafts skills and an Apprenticeship information office. These additional elements are co-organised with Slovenia's Chamber of Craft and Small Business and The Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The event will also feature a career guidence workshop, Europass workshop and other VET related presentations.
Kristiansand, Agder County, Norway
National Skill Championships for apprentices and young skilled workers.
Find out more at: www.worldskills.no
Ciney Expo, Wallonia, Belgium
The Startech's Days are WorldSkills Belgium's flagship event for promoting technical and technological professions. In one location, over two days, dozens of discovery and educational orientation activities will take place in three trade villages. A dozen educational conferences and thirty finals of the National Trades Championship also take place.
Find out more at: www.worldskills.be/startech-s-days
The biggest national competition in Poland. National Young Professionals Skills Competition SkillsPoland 2022 will happen for the second time. The competition will challenge young professionals in approx. 20 different skills to discover the best skills and professional education talents in Poland.
Find out more at: worldskillspoland.org.pl
AMBEREXPO Gdańsk, Poland.
EuroSkills Gdańsk 2023 is the eighth edition of the biennial EuroSkills Competition – the biggest vocational education and skills excellence event in Europe. Held every two years and organised by WorldSkills Europe together with 31 Member Countries, EuroSkills brings together hundreds of young professionals from countries across Europe to compete for the chance to become the Best in Europe in their chosen skill.
EuroSkills Gdańsk 2023 will welcome 600 skilled young professionals from 31 countries to participate in competitions and demonstrations in 50 different skills and trades. Around 100,000 visitors from across Poland and abroad are expected to attend.
Visitors to EuroSkills Gdańsk 2023 will have the opportunity to try hands-on job-related skills across a huge range of careers in a range of ‘Try-a-Skill’ activities, and tens of thousands of school-aged young people who visit will be encouraged to turn their passions into a profession.
EuroSkills Gdańsk 2023 is organised in partnership by Poland’s Foundation For The Development Of The Education System (FRSE), WorldSkills Poland, WorldSkills, Europe the City of Gdańsk and AMBEREXPO Gdańsk.
MCH Messecenter, Herning, Denmark
The Danish city of Herning will host the ninth EuroSkills Competition in 2025. Herning is home to a thriving industrial sector, with a large international workforce focusing on a shift towards Industry 4.0. This is a result of a long-standing tradition of close cooperation between local industry and businesses, educational institutions, elementary schools and the municipality.