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CCCG students aim for excellence by entering WorldSkills 2024 competition

Students from a range of courses enter prestigious national competition to showcase their skills and compete against their peers.

A number of Capital City College Group (CCCG) students are currently registering for this year’s WorldSkills competition. The competition inspires competitors to excel in their chosen skill areas, helping them progress into their chosen profession.

Currently, around 30 CCCG students from a wide range of courses have entered in skills categories relating to Health and Social Care, Laboratory Technician, IT Support Technician and Mechanical Engineering.

Students in the engineering workshop

Registration for the WorldSkills UK competition is open until 28 March, and the National Qualifiers will take place between April and June 2024. Those who make it through the National Qualifying stage go through to the National Finals in November 2024. Last year, CANDI student Dante Senior brought home a bronze medal in the Laboratory Technician challenge at the National Finals.

Participation in the WorldSkills competition offers students the opportunity to broaden their horizons and demonstrate their skills in a competitive environment. It is an enriching and exciting process, giving students the chance to use and expand their subject knowledge.

CCCG students aim for excellence by entering WorldSkills 2024 competition

We heard from students who have entered the Laboratory Technician category.

Quluuda Ahmed said: “I am currently studying T Levels. I am excited to be  part of this competition because I want to expand my horizons and build up on my skills.”

Lidiany Nogueira said: “I’m delighted to participate in this competition to gain an enriching experience of a competitive environment, enabling me to present my laboratory skills that I’ve been enhancing for the past 7 months.”

Armony Hermitt said “I am entering as it will give me the opportunity to further my experience in a laboratory setting. By exploring this pathway it will allow me to engage my knowledge under pressure.”

If you’re interested in entering this year’s WorldSkills UK competition, be sure to register before 28 March. 

We’d like to wish all CCCG entrants the best of luck in the competition!


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