WorldSkills

WorldSkills

WorldSkills is a movement that is changing the lives of young people through skills. It raises the profile of professional skills and develops vocational education by harmonising best practices and standards worldwide through organizing and hosting championships nationally and globally. WorldSkills was established in 1950 and operates in 85 countries. 

The WorldSkills championships group the competences into 6 tracks: construction, IT, manufacturing and engineering, transportation and logistics, social and personal services, creative arts and fashion.

WorldSkills acts as a global hub of skills, bringing together and influencing educators, industry, national governments, and international organizations, facilitating salient research and providing the best global benchmark for vocational systems.

WorldSkills competitions measure excellence, celebrate champions, and encourage hundreds of thousands of young people to turn their passions into a profession.

Official site: worldskills.org

Our Impact

Rosatom has been WorldSkills Russia national partner since 2015. WorldSkills has helped Rosatom create a comprehensive training system involving the AtomSkills industry championship, professional skill competitions and creating industry competence centres. The Skills Declaration developed by Rosatom, WorldSkills International and BCG in 2019 was adopted by the WorldSkills General Assembly of 82 countries and the Conference Coalition that includes United Nations, UNESCO, International Labour Organizations and others.

70
years running
45
competitions
85
countries
2/3
of world populations reached