WorldSkills UK: 14–16 November 2013
WorldSkills UK Competitions reward real talent and drive up levels of expertise
in Apprenticeships, skills and further education.
For the first time in the history of WorldSkills UK, many of this year’s WorldSkills
UK National Finals will be held at WorldSkills UK - The Skills Show, on 14 – 16
Over 70,000 people flocked to the Skills Show to discover the well-paid vocational careers that are on offer straight from school and without the need for an expensive stint at uni.
Theo Paphitis, star of BBC'S Dragon's Den and patron of WorldSkills UK, is calling on the UK's most talented youngsters to put their skills to the test and enter the WorldSkills UK National Engineering Competitions.
The UK's most talented apprentices were honoured at a glittering awards ceremony held at the NEC, Birmingham last week as part of WorldSkills UK.
Aerospace giant BAE Systems will be the headline sponsor of the Skills Show- an event championing the best in young British engineering talent.
National Exhibition Centre
"Over four million people visit the centre each year. And with 21 halls totalling
200,000sqm of exhibition space on a 650-acre site we’re also the biggest exhibition
centre in the UK. As such The NEC is renowned for large-scale international trade
fairs, but we also has an active interest in helping smaller specialist shows develop,
providing advice, support and essential services to organisers."
Visit the official nec birmingham website