The following Voluntary roles are currently being offered
Judges and Convenors – Regional Competition 2022
Please note – All Event volunteers must have a current Working With Children check.
Judges – Regional Competition 2022
As a Judge, your role is to draw on your expertise to run Skill based Assessments on behalf of WorldSkills Australia. Every competition skill requires a different number of judges. It is recommended that trainers of competitors where possible not judge the competition, however if they do, they should not judge their own competitor.
- Current related industry experience and knowledge
- Assessment of the competitors’ work to the WorldSkills Marking scale requirements
- Monitors competitors to ensure appropriate safety practices, etc.
Convenors– Regional Competition 2022
The Convenor/s is an essential role in the preparation of the regional competition. The Convenor/s should be familiar with the skill area they are responsible for organising.
- Source the Judges for the day of competition
- Source Competitors for the competition through network
- Organise all equipment as per competition project guidelines
- Source, order and prepare all consumable materials as per competition project guidelines
- Confirm venue details, access, parking and meal arrangements and a timetable for the day’s events, including bump-in, competition start time, debrief and bump-out for competitors and judges
- Print competition projects for all Competitors
- Print marking sheets for the Judges
- Coordinate the certificates and medals with the Main Regional Coordinator/Competition Organiser or WorldSkills Australia
- Ensure all competitors are registered on the WorldSkills Australia Database
- Ensure the Main Regional Coordinator has received all the final assessment information and results from the Chief judge to input into the database
- The convenor must have a Working with Children Check (WWCC) or equivalent according to their relevant State or Territory requirements.
“It’s great being able to see the whole site, all the skill areas, catch up with old friends and make new ones, and appreciate all the wonderful skills on show from very skilled young people who are making and will continue to make a tremendous contribution to their chosen trades and careers in years to come.” Thais Turner, Library Manager at TAFE NSW SWSi – Lidcombe College and WSA volunteer
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