One School One Skill

One School One Skill

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.

Report

One School One Skill spin-off event “Skill Me!” launched

Champion give the skills seed to children!
Through using real tools and machines,
childrens learned the difficulty of skills, fun of skills, and what professional career is.
This Program is also a new effort that Medalists will support the vocational education training of the next generations.
And this is a pilot program aimed at creating a place for Medalists to showcase the role after the competition.

*Polymechanics and Automation

And, in commemoration of Youth Skills Competition,
We discussed the importance about for young people to getting skills,
role of skills competition and the possibility of skills.

Speakers:
Mr. MASANORI Ogawa / Polymechanics and Automation / Champion
Mr. KAZUHARU Komuro / Polymechanics and Automation / Expert
Ms. SENA Anbo / Graphic Design Technology / Champion
Ms. MAYUMI Kaneda / Graphic Design Technology / Trainer
@Youth Skills Competition

One School One Skill spin-off event “Skill Me!” launched

Medalist give the skills seed to children!
Through using real tools and machines,
childrens learned the difficulty of skills, fun of skills, and what professional career is.
This Program is also a new effort that Medalists will support the vocational education training of the next generations.
And this is a pilot program aimed at creating a place for Medalists to showcase the role after the competition.

*Plumbing and Heating / WorldSkills
*DTP / Abilympics

And for managers,
We discussed the importance of human resource development,
and possibility of skills competition.

Speakers:
Mr. YOSHIKAZU Yumoto, Vice-president, The National Conference of the Association of Small Business Entrepreneurs
Mr. YUTA Sekine, National Skills Competition / Plumbing / GOLD, WorldSkills Competition / Plumbing and Heating
Ms. RAN Kato, Abilympics / DTP / SILVER

One School One Skill launched

16 Jul 2019
School_Karigane elementary school (Kariya City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan)
Skill_Car Painting

WorldSkills Medalist visited the school,
demonstrated and experienced about skills together,
and showcased the possibilities of skills.

One School One Skill spin-off event “Skill Me!” launched

Medalist give the skills seed to children!
Through using real tools and machines,
childrens learned the difficulty of skills, fun of skills, and what professional career is.
This Program is also a new effort that Medalists will support the vocational education training of the next generations.
And this is a pilot program aimed at creating a place for Medalists to showcase the role after the competition.

*Information Network Cabling
*Mechanical Engineering CAD

And, in commemoration of WYSD,
We discussed the importance about for young people to getting skills,
getting decent work, role of skills competition and the possibility of skills.

Speakers:
Mr. G.G.C.S.Roshan, Minister, Embassy of Sri Lanka / Proposed country of WYSD
Ms. MIYU Honda, Representative of Japanese youth, Actress and Figure skater
Mr. YOSHIAKI Shimizu, WorldSkills Competition / Information Network Cabling / GOLD
Mr. HIDEAKI Nagasaka, National Skills Competition / Mechanical Engineering CAD / Medallion for Excellence

One School One Skill launched

26 feb 2019
School_Nanatsuka Elementary School (Kahoku City, Ishikawa Prefecture, japan)
Skill_Plastering and Drywall Systems

WorldSkills Medalist visited the school,
demonstrated and experienced about skills together,
and showcased the possibilities of skills.

One School One Skill launched

13 Mar 2019
School_Kato Gakuen Gyoshu Elementary School (Numazu City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan)
Skill_Floristry

WorldSkills Medalist visited the school,
demonstrated and experienced about skills together,
and showcased the possibilities of skills.

One School One Skill launched

12 Mar 2019
School_Kabuchi Primary School (Hichisou City, Gifu Prefecture, Japan)
Skill_Electronics

WorldSkills Medalist visited the school,
demonstrated and experienced about skills together,
and showcased the possibilities of skills.

One School One Skill launched

8 Mar 2019
School_Himeji Industrial High School (Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan)
Skill_Construction Metal Work

WorldSkills Medalist visited the school,
demonstrated and experienced about skills together,
and showcased the possibilities of skills.

One School One Skill launched

5 Mar 2019
School_Yanagisawa elementary and junior high school (Takizawa City, Iwate Prefecture, Japan)
Skill_Manufacturing Team Challenge & Mobile Robotics

WorldSkills Medalist visited the school,
demonstrated and experienced about skills together,
and showcased the possibilities of skills.

One School One Skill spin-off event “Skill Me!” launched

Medalist give the skills seed to children!
Through using real tools and machines,
childrens learned the difficulty of skills, fun of skills, and what professional career is.
This Program is also a new effort that Medalists will support the vocational education training of the next generations.
And this is a pilot program aimed at creating a place for Medalists to showcase the role after the competition.

*Architectural Stonemasonry
*Floristry

@FUKUOKA Pref. / Venue planned area of Youth Skills Competition 2019

One School One Skill launched

18 Feb 2019
School_Higashikagura Town Higashikagura Elementary School, JAPAN
Skill_Cabinetmaking

WorldSkills Medalist visited the school,
demonstrated and experienced about skills together,
and showcased the possibilities of skills.

One School One Skill launched

1 Feb 2019
School_Miyakojima Municipal Ueno Elementary School, JAPAN
Skill_Restaurant Service

WorldSkills Medalist visited the school,
demonstrated and experienced about skills together,
and showcased the possibilities of skills.

One School One Skill launched

23 Jan 2019
School_Takayama Municipal South Elementary School, JAPAN
Skill_Welding

WorldSkills Medalist visited the school,
demonstrated and experienced about skills together,
and showcased the possibilities of skills.

One School One Skill spin-off event “Skill Me!” launched

Medalist give the skills seed to children!
Through using real tools and machines,
childrens learned the difficulty of skills, fun of skills, and what professional career is.
This Program is also a new effort that Medalists will support the vocational education training of the next generations.
And this is a pilot program aimed at creating a place for Medalists to showcase the role after the competition.

*Pâtisserie and Confectionery@IWD2019

One School One Skill spin-off event “Skill Me!” launched

Medalist give the skills seed to children!
Through using real tools and machines,
childrens learned the difficulty of skills, fun of skills, and what professional career is.
This Program is also a new effort that Medalists will support the vocational education training of the next generations.
And this is a pilot program aimed at creating a place for Medalists to showcase the role after the competition.

*Graphic Design Technology
*Painting and Decorating
*Fashion Technology

@The30th Skill Grand Prix 2019

One School One Skill launched

25 Jan 2019
School_Akune Municipal South Elementary School, JAPAN
Skill_Architectural Stonemasonry

WorldSkills Medalist visited the school,
demonstrated and experienced about skills together,
and showcased the possibilities of skills.

One School One Skill spin-off event
“Skill Me!” launched

Medalist give the skills seed to children!
Through using real tools and machines,childrens learned the difficulty of skills, fun of skills, and what professional career is.
This Program is also a new effort that Medalists will support the vocational education training of the next generations.
And this is a pilot program aimed at creating a place for Medalists to showcase the role after the competition.

*Indsutrial Electronics
*Cabinet Making
*Mobile Robotics

@National Skills Competition 2018