Youth Skills Competition 2022 Japan Digest Movie
WorldSkills Competition 2022 Special Edition Team Japan!
WorldSkills Competition 2022 Special Edition Venue and Schedule!
WorldSkills Competition 2022 Special Edition will be held!
Youth Skills Competition
Youth Skills competition is a skills competition for young people from all over Japan compete for skills. For students who have acquired skills and are not working in companies, etc. It is held with the aim of promoting the employment of young people byimproving their skills and expanding the base of young technicians.
National Skills Competition
National Skills Competition is a skills competition for young technicians from all over Japan compete for skills. In addition to giving effort targets to the next generation of youth technicians, providing opportunities for children in the region where the Competition is held to experience superior skills, etc. It is held with the aim of promoting the importance ofskills and promoting the opportunity to respect skills.
WorldSkills are the gold standard of skills excellence. They inspire young Competitors to reach new heights, helping them turn their passion into a profession.
Skills Grand Prix
Skills Grand Prix is a skill competition for skilled technicians from all over Japan compete for skills. Participants are technicians who have passed the special rank, first rank and single rank skill tests for each occupation, Regardless of age, it is held as a skills competition to determine the best of best in Japan.
The story of the competitors. How did they come into contact with the skills and how did they meet with the skills competition?
From each person's way of life, we will explain the influence that the experience of the competitions has had on the subsequent work and career path, and introduce the wonder of the way to live with skills as lifework.
One School One Skill Program is advance practice based on One SchoolOne Country Program. At the WS2007, One School One Country Program was an initiative started by Japan's advocacy. In One School One Skill Program, WS Medalist visit schools in nationwide, demonstrating skills and experiencing skills together, and showcasing the possibilities of skills.
This is the NEXT TVET Program that learns everyone is a future bearer. One School One Skill Program is under the cooperation of everyone who supports skills. This is a co-project for the better future with WS Medalists.
Skill Me! is an attempt to move the stage into the city and event venues to provide skills and careers experience for more childrens.
This is a future contribution project in which the competitors who participate in the skills competition serve as instructors to learn the fun and difficulty of skills through real experiences and deliver unforgettable time and experience.