Despite the presence of large delegations of the UAE and Saudi Arabia, there were unfortunately no medals from any country of the MENA.
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It is the greatest vocational education and skills excellence competition in the world and its 43rd WorldSkills Competition was held at Anhembi Parque, São Paulo, Brazil from 11 to 16 August 2015. For more information visit www.worldskillssaopaulo2015.com .
The next one will be held in Abu Dhabi on 14 through 19 October 2017.
The United Arab Emirates was awarded the right to host the 44th WorldSkills Competition at the WorldSkills General Assembly in 2013 44th WorldSkills Competition at the WorldSkills General Assembly in 2013 .
Refer to the official Brochure
Held every two years, the WorldSkills Competition is the https://www.worldskills.org/ world’s largest professional education event. Competitors from over 50 countries and regions in the Americas, Europe, Asia, South Pacific and Africa simulate real work challenges that must be completed to international standards of quality. They demonstrate individual and collective technical skills to perform specific tasks for each of the professional skills.
Throughout its 65 year history, the Competition brings together the best young people from around the world in their chosen profession. They represent the best students selected in local and national skills competitions for professional education.
The event also provides contact and exchange of information on best practices in professional education among industry leaders, governments and education experts. The experience and the results of all of the competitions provide valuable feedback to the Competitors, their countries or regions of origin and businesses and schools in which they are being trained. In each Competition, delegations aspire to ever-higher results, while the Competitors are role models to inspire school children to engage in technical and skilled careers.
It is the first time in history that the WorldSkills Competition will be held in South America. The 43rd edition, being held in São Paulo in August 2015, is expected to surpass the record number of Competitors registered for the Competition. In Leipzig, Germany in 2013 – nearly 1,000 participants from 53 countries and regions competed for medals in 46 Skills.
This time, the Competition is organized by the National Service for Industrial Training (SENAI), which is one of the five largest complexes of professional education in the world and WorldSkills International, a global organization promoting skills excellence and development.
The results can be found at Worldskills Competition .