WorldSkills Competitors from around the world have been chosen to serve as ambassadors in 2023 to 2024.
Selected from more than 70 applications, the new WorldSkills Champions Trust representatives for 2023 to 2024 have been officially announced.
Eight new members from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania will join three returning representatives in the Trust. Together, the former WorldSkills Competitors will become ambassadors of the WorldSkills movement, advocating for the benefit of skills to improve individuals, communities, and countries.
Representing every corner of the globe, they are as diverse as the skills and regions they represent. Their selection process considered a range of factors including their skills sectors, sectors or Members already represented, and gender parity.
During their two-year term, they will develop their connections to a global community that believes passionately in inspiring and supporting young people to pursue a skill. The role will broaden their network, deepen their communications skills, and provide insight into how WorldSkills works outside of their experience as a Competitor.
In the last year, Champions Trust representatives spoke at multiple high-level international events and had a leading role at WorldSkills Competition 2022 Special Edition.
Our Skill Stars were in action at WorldSkills 2022 Special Edition which was held in Basel, Switzerland. They competed in Cabinet Making, Carpentry and Joinery trades.
10.10.2022: Opening Ceremony
11 – 14 October 2022: Competition
15.10.2022: Closing Ceremony
Our Skill star participated in the competition with great spirit and enthusiasm.
As candidates prepare to compete against the finest in the world at 46th WorldSkills Competition 2022, the largest skills competition in the world, a strong 58-member Indian delegation received a grand “Vijayi Bhava” send-off ceremony in New Delhi on September 22, 2022. The competitors will showcase their skills in 52 Skills/trades across 15 countries, including the USA, Europe, Korea, and Japan.
India cheers for its ‘WorldSkills India Team' at their Send-off ceremony as they prepare to compete at the WorldSkills2022 competition. Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Electronics & Information Technology. Motivated the competitors to perform their best & wished them luck.
Chief National Coach for India’s National Badminton Team and former Indian badminton player, Mr. Pullela Gopichand addressed the competitors & wishing them good luck in ‘WorldSkills India Team' at their Send-off ceremony.