We are proud to have been a Member country of WorldSkills International since 1981. Our membership encourages us to focus on fostering skills excellence in Australia and around the world and empowering young people to become skilled global citizens.
WorldSkills International (WSI) promotes the benefits of and need for skilled professionals through grassroots community projects, skill competitions, and knowledge exchange through international cooperation and development between industry, government, organisations, and institutions.
WorldSkills is the collective voice for skills excellence and development in vocational, technological and service oriented careers around the globe. Since 1950, WSI has raised the awareness among youth, as well as their parents, teachers and employers, that our future depends on an effective skills training system. Today WSI represents more than 60 skills in over 86 Member countries and regions, all working together with youth, educators and industries to help prepare the workforce and talent of today for the jobs of the future.
WorldSkills is not just a competition, it is a movement.
By working within the six key areas of Research, Promoting Skills, Career Building, Education and Training, International Cooperation and Development, and Skills Competitions, WorldSkills will be the global hub for skills excellence and development with ongoing activities nationally, regionally and globally.
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