WorldSkills Australia | Get Involved
There are many ways to be a part of WorldSkills Australia’s inspirational story. You can be a competitor, a volunteer, a training provider, a nominating employer, a host, an industry partner or an alumni. Whatever your WorldSkills journey, we’ll make sure it’s a good one.
Entering a WorldSkills Australia competition gives you the chance to test your trade and skills knowhow against your peers. It also opens up a world of career opportunities. Are you ready to be the best you can be? Learn more about competing.
When you give your time and skills to WorldSkills Australia, you’ll make a meaningful difference to the lives of thousands of young Australians. You’ll experience fun and fulfillment along the way too! There are dozens of ways to get involved – we can help you to find the perfect role.
Any training facility, TAFE, workplace, industry event or school with the tools, equipment, infrastructure and motivation can host a two-yearly WorldSkills Australia Regional Competition. You’ll be helping to strengthen the skills culture in your region, and put your business on your industry’s map. Be the place where it all begins!
Training Providers like TAFEs can help WorldSkills Australia to strengthen Australia’s skills culture by encouraging students to enter WorldSkills Australia competitions, and by hosting competitions.
By encouraging your employees to enter a WorldSkills Australia competition, you’re highlighting your organisation’s commitment to raising standards in work-based learning, and contributing to the growth of Australia’s skills culture.
Partnerships with businesses, organisations and training providers are a vital part of making the WorldSkills Australia magic happen. Invest in our nation, strengthen our trades and skills culture and help to build Australia’s future workforce.
Your WorldSkills Australia journey doesn’t have to end when a competition does. Past competitors are invited to become WorldSkills Australia Alumni, and join a network of leading professionals acting as inspirational role models, strengthening industry, and helping to grow Australia’s skills culture.