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#UnitedBySkills social media campaign launched



New video series to showcase countries that will compete at EuroSkills Gdańsk 2023.

The city of Gdańsk in Poland is preparing to welcome 600 skilled Competitors from 32 European countries to take part in 43 different skill competitions and demonstrations for EuroSkills 2023, which is scheduled for 5 to 9 September 2023.

EuroSkills Gdańsk 2023, with the theme #UnitedBySkills, will be an unprecedented event for Poland, bringing together the industrial, social, and education sectors.

The #UnitedBySkills video campaign will provide supporters with a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the training and preparation of the teams that will compete at the Championships.

Through the series, we will learn how EuroSkills Competitions unite people from many different countries and cultures across Europe through a shared devotion and passion for vocational education and skills excellence.

Watch the all the films in the Facebook Series and on TikTok and check out Skills Finland's installment below.

United By Skills, We Can Change The World

An important landmark in Poland’s modern history, associated with solidarity and freedom, the city of Gdańsk is the host city of EuroSkills 2023. 

The Competition will be an unprecedented event for Poland, bringing together the industrial, social, and education sectors at AmberExpo Gdańsk and Polsat Plus Arena Gdańsk. Around 100,000 visitors from Poland and beyond are expected to visit.

Poland has been a WorldSkills Europe Member Country since 2017, and a WorldSkills International Member since 2018. “The Foundation for the Development of the Education System (FRSE) – WorldSkills Poland nodal organisation – has worked on broadening skills acquisition in formal, non-formal and informal education settings over the past three decades. This extensive experience made us eligible to organize such a large and complex event in just a short space of time” - said Paweł Poszytek, WorldSkills Poland Official Delegate, General Director of the Foundation for the Development of the Education System.

This challenge that can only be “achieved through the united effort of Partners, Sponsors, supporters, WorldSkills Europe Members, industries, governments, volunteers, educational institutions, and youth,” said Teija Ripattila, Chair of the Board, WorldSkills Europe.

That is one of the reasons why the theme for EuroSkills 2023 is #UnitedBySkills.

“We must be united like never before. United as a community and united as an inspiring movement that changes the lives of young people. #UnitedBySkills we can change the world,” added Teija.

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.

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