Just one day can change your child’s whole life

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The third and final day of this year’s Skills Show was packed with inspiration and excitement for the families and young people who visited.

The finals of five national Inclusive Skills competitions were held across the main show floor, while the WorldSkills UK competition finals were concluded.  Gold, silver and bronze medals for all the competitions will be awarded later this evening in front of a capacity audience.
Check out the highlights of three incredible days here
Did you take advantage of Sign up Saturday, and make a commitment to a college or training course, an apprenticeship or traineeship, or apply for a job?  We’d love to know if you did – please let us know here:
The photographs from this year’s event will be uploaded to our Flickr account shortly:  feel free to download them and share them with your contacts.
And keep an eye on our website for news of next year’s Show. 
Thanks for joining us at the NEC:  we hope that you found inspiration to take the next step towards your dream career.


WorldSkills UK champions world-class apprenticeships and technical skills.  This is achieved by engaging young people in skills competitions, delivering experiential careers events, role modelling to challenge stereotypes and using research to support the apprenticeship agenda.  The organisation’s goals are to support business competitiveness, young people’s employability and excellence in standards.

WorldSkills UK brings together WorldSkills UK Competitions, The Skills Show and WorldSkills UK Champions. For further information visit

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