Message from the CEO
It has been a
challenging few months
. Canada and
which led to the
events around the globe. Skills Canada
Provincial and Territorial
Canada were not immune to the effects.
Provincial and Territorial
ompetitions were cancelled during the months of March, April and May
the 2020 Skills Canada National
that was to be hosted
at the end of May wa
As events were cancelled, schools
closed and travel restrictions implemented
our Skills Canada
to launch online challenges
and initiatives that engaged thousands
thousands of youth from across Canada. In many instances those same organizations were able to provide content t
hat was used
in virtual classrooms for secondary students.
the 2020 SCNC
Digital Experience of Skills which
captured many of the planned session themes but in a virtual format.
Through this virtual event,
SCC was able to
skilled trade and technology
occupations by working with our many organization
, Mike Jr. and
from such shows as "Disaster Decks"
. During that week
erritorial Member Organizations
also provided engaging content including
Skills Canada alumni
also actively participated as we delivered more than
compelling and informative content through
social media channels.
A special thank you to everyone that participated
this week of activities
also currently taking
in the WorldSkills #SkillsKeepMoving Campaign
June 15 to July 22
SCC team, along with WorldSkills and its
the critical role
all the skilled
play in keeping the world moving during these unprecedented times
social media channels
to recognize the
keep the world moving!
Designated by the United Nations General Assembly in 2014
World Youth Skills Day
will be held on July 15
is an opportunity for young people, technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutions, and public and private sector stakeholders to acknowledge and celebrate the importance of equipping young people with skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship.
SCC will be highlighting this day on
social media channels by sharing
special video clip of
National Alumni Committee members. Stay tuned on our social media channels
in the near future
National Skilled Trade and Technology Week (NSTTW) which is taking place
its Member Organizations
are working with
face to face and
activities during this week
Join us for this inspiring
now starting to prepare
Skills Canada National Competition
which will be held
on June 3 and 4, 2021, at
, in Québec City, QC.
This fall, members of our National Technical Committee and many of our SCNC partners will be meeting
to develop the scope and projects for the
Skill Areas. SCC would like to thank its volunteers and partners for their continued support
in particular during
Canada will be selecting
WorldSkills Team Canada 2021
These competitors will
WorldSkills Shanghai 2021 to compete on the international stage at the prestigious 46
Chief Executive Officer
Skills/Compétences Canada In the News
Here are some recent news clips featuring Skills/Compétences Canada (SCC)
and its Member Organizations:
Mike Holmes: A shout-out to the value of a career in the trades
-Read this interesting article published in the
on July 14, 2020:
featuring SCC's CEO Shaun Thorson.
-Check out this great Opinion Editorial written By Karen Creditor, President of SCC and Shaun Thorson, CEO of SCC, published on July 1st, 2020, in
The Hill Times
Canada's future workforce must be truly diverse and highly skilled at problem-solving.
-Read this interesting article in
Business Elite Canada Magazine's
June issue which features an interview with Shaun Thorson, SCC's CEO, on pages 12-19:
For SCC, it's all about exposing young women and men to skilled trades and technologies
, with an article highlighting UA's involvement with the Skills Canada National Competition on pages 14-15.
-Check out this article which highlights one of Skills Canada Ontario's initiatives, in
, on June 10, 2020:
Skills Ontario challenges Ontarians to build paper towers through #SkillsAtHome series
-Read this interesting article published in
Daily Commercial News
on June 10, 2020 on UA Canada and Skills Canada's Young Women in Construction Trades Conference featuring Kate Campbell:
Women in construction describe life changing career choices during conference
-Check out this article and video in
Chat News Today!
on May 31, 2020, featuring the bronze medal winner for animation at the Skills Canada Alberta Provincial Competition:
High school student animates her way to bronze at provincials
-Check out this great news clip on
, on May 27, 2020, highlighting Skills/Compétences Canada's Digital Experience of Skills which highlight initiatives that would have been held during the 2020 Skills Canada National Competition in Vancouver in May.
-Read this article featured in
on May 26, 2020:
Fifth challenge in Skills Ontario's #SkillsAtHome challenge series takes off, encourages skill development
-Check out this article in
Red Deer Advocate
on May 19, 2020, highlighting Skills Alberta's virtual competition:
Red Deer students compete in Skills Alberta competition
-Read this article in
on May 19, 2020:
Skills Ontario calls for submissions for #SkillsAtHome series to encourage skill-building in design, planning, and construction
-Check out this article highlighting Skills Canada Nunavut in
on May 13, 2020:
La créativité de jeunes du Nunavut pour briser l'isolement causé par la pandémie
(Youth in Nunavut demonstrate their creativity to break the isolation from the pandemic).
-Read this article published on
on April 20, 2020 highlighting Skills Canada Northwest Territories' activities:
N.W.T. online STEM challenge gives kids a fun and educational activity during COVID-19 restrictions
-Check out this article featuring Skills Canada NWT alumni on
on April 16, 2020:
Need a mask? These N.W.T seamstresses have you covered
Recap of SCC's Digital Experience: a Canadian Celebration of Skills
to highlight some of the
which would have been hosted during the 2020 Skills Canada National Competition
, which was cancelled due to Covid-19
This campaign took place
May 22 to May
fun and informative
took its followers through their
virtual tour of the country
campaign where each
contributed social media posts highlighting their exciting programs and ini
Skills Canada worked with its partners, industry celebrities
including The Holmes Group
and HGTV's Kate Campbell
Member Organizations and
Skills Canada alumni
this initiative, SCC
continued to inform
Canadians about the importance of skilled trade
and technology careers
interactive content which was shared on SCC's
. This week of activities included lively panel discussions, engaging interviews, fun online demonstrations, and much more.
Skills Canada would like to thank everyone that participated in this
helping us inspire youth to develop their passion for skills and pursue excellence in the skilled trades and technologies.
Through this campaign,
had an impressive reach
on social media
with over 125,000 people
Facebook page, over 237,000 impressions on Twitter and
Check out some of the highlights
and discover how
Listen to this
"Let's Talk Trades"
with The Holmes Group
including Mike Holmes Sr., Mike Jr. and Sherry,
Shaun Thorson, SCC's CEO
skilled trade careers and the importance of Essential Skills.
Check out this
Shae White, WorldSkills Champions Trust representative for the Americas who shared her
journey as a cook and
the important work done by the WorldSkills Champions Trust.
Ask an Expert
, Member of SCC Board of Directors and Machinist.
Check out UA Canada's Young Women in Construction Trades
featuring HGTV's Kate Campbell.
Listen to this
Team Canada 2016 Welding competitor about overcoming the challenges of having a disability while
working in the trades.
This was part of this
Essential Skills Forum - Making Skills Accessible
, hosted by Chris Gallant from Skills Canada Nova Scotia
Following this Digital Experience
, SCC held
s where the participants had to answer questions regarding highlights of this
. The winners are:
Contest #1, May 25 & 26:
, Edmonton, AB
May 27 & 28:
, Edmonton, AB
, May 29:
Jasmine Champagne, Ottawa, ON
To see the
, go to
SCC's Facebook channel
Stay tuned for
recap document of SCC's Digital Experience
which will be published
The Essential Skills are Highlighted During SCC's Digital Experience of Skills
Essential Skills (ES) had a virtual presence during Skills/
Canada's (SCC) Digital Experience
! In keeping with ES activities during the week of what would have been our Skills Canada National Competition, SCC brought you ES Talks and ES Virtual Forum Discussions.
Essential Skills Talks
was hosted by Alex Musial of Event Management and Consulting and consisted of three different panels where our industry and education partners came together via Zoom to discuss
Education and Learning
Essential Skills and Recruitment.
Tune into these segments and learn about industry views, tips, and information all within the concept of Essential Skills.
The Essential Skills Forum
- Making Skills Accessible was hosted by Skills Canada Nova Scotia's Chris Gallant. These virtual interviews were done with
, who are both strong advocates for persons with disabilities. In addition,
former skills competitor
discussed her experience at the
The Members of SCC's National Alumni Committee Share
As part of Skills/
RBC Foundation Alumni Series
, SCC's CEO Shaun Thorson interviewed the members of the National Alumni Committee (NAC)
about their skills journey
. The members of NAC shared
their story, from
how they got involved in skills competitions to how they
spread the word about the skills movement. Check out their inspiring stories
on the links below
or by visiting
SCC's Facebook page
SCC will be creating a new section on their Website
more information about their alumni and the members of NAC. Stay tuned!
Members of Skills Canada's National Alumni Committee (NAC) Participate in the Global Innovation Field Trip with The Learning Partnership
Global Innovation Field Trip
a global showcase of student innovation
live for 24-hours
on May 14 and 15, 2020
with another session
held on July 9 and 10
The Learning Partnership collaborat
with organizations from
around the world
to celebrate young innovators and those who educate, inspire and sponsor innovation.
members of Skills Canada's National Alumni Committee (NAC), and Jeremy Braithwaite, National Technical Committee member,
participated in this initiative
to highlight career pathways in skilled trades, aligned with innovation
and Nicole participated in the first session, while
and Jeremy spoke in the second one.
, the Saskatchewan NAC representative, shared her career journey on becoming a Graphic Designer and highlighted the skills that brought her here.
Nicole Hamilton from Nova Scotia shared what she learned through the skilled trades and her passion for car painting.
Shoshawna Blair (Patel), the BC NAC representative
spoke about her involvement with Skills and how this has shaped her ca
reer in Baking
Jeremy Braithwaite, WorldSkills Team Canada's Expert in Mechanical Engineering CAD, spoke about his experiences with Skills and what these have taught him.
These collaborations celebrate
young innovators as well as those who educate, inspire and sponsor innovation.
Many groups from across Canada participated in these sessions including
groups of students from The Learning Partnership who showcased their creations from I
, Coding Quest and Entrepreneurial Adventure as well as two educator partners.
Edge Factor's Virtual Workplace Experience Episodes Showcase Skilled Trade Careers to Youth
Edge Factor to promote
Virtual Workplace Experiences
present the all-new
to schools across
This series of videos, lesson plans, and activities
were developed to
empower educators and students to go behind closed doors and discover real life work environments in diverse industries. Students
what it looks and feels like to work in
These videos were shared on Skills Canada's social media platforms from May 18 - June 29, 2020.
a glimpse into a day in the life of a skilled worker in the following skilled trades.
Click on the links below to watch these informative and fascinating videos.
- Agriculture & Natural Resources Viticulture
Hospitality & Tourism Culinary: Authentic Culinary
Skills Canada invites e
these resources as e-learning tools and in post-COVID classrooms, to showcase skilled trades and career profiles, demonstrate how STEAM
Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math)
comes alive in the real world, and teach real world skills.
Virtual Workplace Experience
Virtual Workplace Experience + Lesson Plan
Soft Skills Breakout
Edge Factor empowers communities to tackle workforce development, inspire students, reach parents, and build relationships between local companies, schools, and families. They equip
K-12 and post secondary schools, businesses, workforce development organizations, and families with e-learning tools to showcase industries and careers, teach soft skills, show how STEAM comes alive in the real world, and highlight local training and career opportunities.
Join SCC for the #SkillsKeepMoving Campaign
June 15 to July 22
#SkillsKeepMoving is a campaign dedicated to essential workers around the world. As the world unites to combat COVID-19, essential skilled workers are working tirelessly to keep our societies, businesses, and hospitals operating. The individuals that the WorldSkills movement is designed to inspire, develop, and celebrate have been working tirelessly, demonstrating that skills are the building blocks of our societies.
During the COVID-19 global pandemic, our world
faced lockdown on a scale never experienced before. But thanks to essential skilled workers doing their jobs behind the scenes, the world hasn't completely shut down.
We don't always see their work because many of us are at home. These dedicated people are taking health risks to ensure our safety.
Canada team, along with WorldSkills and its member organizations, want to express a heartfelt thank you to the world's essential skilled workers. We want to recognize their work, and we want to raise their spirits through
campaign. Although our work in hosting skills competitions is temporarily on hold, our mission to raise the profile and recognition of skilled people and show how important skills are in achieving economic growth and personal success has never been more important.
We invite you to join our campaign
social media channels
Register for the WorldSkills Conference Talks!
In June and July, WorldSkills will move young skilled professionals and experts into the spotlight. These webinars will explore the current situation of champions across the globe as well as the future of skills organizations and competitions alike.
To register for these compelling conferences,
Celebrate World Youth Skills Day on July 15th!
July 15 was declared as World Youth Skills Day
by the United Nations in November 2014. Skills/
is proud to be part of a global recognition and promotion of skills.
SCC will be highlighting this day on their social media channels by
sharing special video clips
their National Alumni Committee
other Skills C
SCC will also be recognizing
the essential workers that have kept the world moving
during the pandemic through their skills
WYSD was created to generate greater awareness of and discussion on the importance of technical, vocational education, and training and the development of other skills relevant to both local and global economies. It is hoped that it will contribute to reducing unemployment and underemployment among the youth across the globe. It will highlight youth skills development to draw attention to the critical need for marketable skills.
In support of UNESCO's theme for the day "Learning to learn for life and work"
developing a video campaign to encourage young people from around the globe to develop selfie style videos that outline how their life has changed by learning a skill.
social media channels,
will be requesting skilled people share in a
video what motivated them to learn a skill, what they learnt about themselves in the process, and how they continue to master their skills
any videos or images posted on your social media with
to connect to the larger campaign.
the United Nations in celebrating this day by using
the official hashtag for that day,
your activities and events
on your social media channels.
Join Skills/Compétences Canada in Celebrating Essential Skills Day!
is partnering with
ABC Life Literacy
to celebrate Essential Skills Day on
. Check out SCC's social media channels for interviews, posts, and resources that bring awareness to literacy and Essential Skills
to promote ES Day
#ESD2020 #The9AtWork #essentialskills #skillsforsuccess
Essential Skills Day
is an annual initiative
place each September to raise awareness about the importance of workplace literacy and essential skills training. The nine
kills, identified by the Government of Canada (reading, document use, numeracy, writing, oral communications, working with others, thinking, computer use
continuous learning), are the foundation for all other skills and enable people to evolve with their jobs and adapt to workplace change. These skills are used in every job to varying degrees and at different levels of complexity. They provide the foundation for learning all other skills and enable people to evolve with their jobs and adapt to workplace change.
for more information on
SCC Launches Essential Skills Back to School Campaign to Highlight Essential Skills Day
Canada invites you to participate in this social media initiative aimed at promoting the
Essential Skills program
in conjunction with Essential Skills Day
Tweet, Facebook a Post, or Instagram a story about how you use Essential Skills (ES). You can include ES at work, school, or everyday activities. Don
t forget to
Back to School campaign brings awareness to individuals about developing and maintaining high level Essential Skills.
The purpose is to highlight the importance of the nine Essential Skills commonly used in school
and the workplace that help young Canadians understand which skill they may need to focus and improve on, as well as how Essential Skills are important for skilled trade or technology careers.
How do students use Essential Skills?
Students need to understand information from digital technology, and
to use appropriate tools to create, input, access, organize, integrate and assess digital resources.
This is very
important for the upcoming school year
the theme for the
Skills Canada National Competition
, in Québec
Problem Solving Skills
Being able to identify
problems and to review related information to develop options that lead to the best solutions. Figuring out which classes to take and at what time? Use your
find the solution.
How does Apprenticeship use Essential Skills?
Problem Solving Skills
theory to real
allowing them to find the best solution for any problems that may arise.
Document Use Skills
all forms of information, not just words! Tables, charts, blueprints, and schematics!
Good Essential Skills make for successful students, apprentices, and successful future employees.
for Essential Skills resources.
Stay Tuned for National Skilled Trade and Technology Week
November 1 to 8, 2020
Canada (SCC) and its Member Organizations will be hosting
events to raise awareness of skilled trade and technology careers to parents, youth and educators. This week of events will include
, to name a few,
which will be shared on SCC's social media channels.
This is an opportunity for organizations across Canada, industry, education, labour, government, associations and educational institutions, to get involved in promoting skilled trade and technology opportunities to youth
in a fun way through our digital channels.
A list of activities happening in each province and territory will be available shortly at
Save the Date for the 2021 Skills Canada National Competition!
Next year's Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC) will be held June 3 and 4, 2021 at
ExpoCité, in Q
Skills Canada National Competition.
Through SCNC, Skills/
skilled trade and technolog
The Skills Canada National Competition is our flagship event and is a
way to connect with tomorrow's workforce!
Québec City, located along Canada
s St. Lawrence River, is known for its classical architecture and a distinctive European feel. The Historic District of Old Québec
s fortified city walls are the only ones of their kind left standing in northern North America, and in 1985, were designated a
World Heritage Site. Most of the city
s economy is based on transportation, tourism, the service sector, and defense. Québec City is one of the largest and most visited places in Canada. Tourists flock to its various festivals. It also boasts a host of historic sites, including Citadel of Québec, as well as numerous museums.
We could not hold an event of this magnitude without the support of our partners and stakeholders, including the Government of Canada, our industry and education partners and many, many others. To find out more about our sponsorship opportunities and discuss what could best suit your organization, please contact: Gail Vent, Director, Business Development and Marketing, Skills/
Canada, at 1-877-754-5336 ext. 507,
or call her directly at 1-819-664-9579, or reach out to her via email at:
Shanghai will host 46th WorldSkills Competition
Shanghai is hosting the 46th WorldSkills Competition from September 22 to 27, 2021 at the National Exhibition and Convention Center. Over 1,300 competitors from up to 8
Member countries and regions will gather in Shanghai, China to compete in 56 Skill Areas for the prestigious title of international champion.
Canada will be announcing the WorldSkills Team Canada 2021 Prospects following the 202
Skills Canada National Competition, in
. The members of WorldSkills Team Canada 2021 will be competing in up to 29 of the
reas against the best in the world for the chance to be named international champion in their chosen field.
Held every two years, the WorldSkills Competition is the world's largest professional education event and represents the gold standard of excellence in skilled trades and technologies. The WorldSkills Competition inspires young competitors to reach new heights, helping them turn their passion into a profession.
The event slogan for WorldSkills Shanghai 2021 is
Master Skills Change the World
. Skills are the driving force for the development of human civilization and the global common wealth. Master the skills to change the world, lead the future and benefit mankind.
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Electricity Human Resources Canada Comes on Board as a Partner
Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) has recently
signed on as an
Educational and Association Partner of the 2021 Skills Canada National Competition
, in Québec City
Canada (SCC) in partnership with EHRC will continue to promote skilled trade and technology careers to youth in Canada. Thanks to partners like EHRC, SCC can provide information on the many career opportunities that exist within the electricity industry.
EHRC is a not for profit organization that works
to strengthen the ability of the Canadian electricity industry in meeting current and future needs for their workforce-one that is safety-focused, highly skilled, diverse and productive.
committed to the improvement of
the growth of Canada's economy
For more information on
The Virtual Skills Conferences Were a Success!
Skills competitions across Canada were cancelled this year due to the threat of COVID-19, which further led to the cancellation of the Skills
Canada National Competition. Through the perseverance and much support from UA Canada, the show went on
, that is.
pprentices were not able to compete this year, many events were still able to show support for
radespeople across Canada by continuing with online events like
alks, and live
was converted to a
that drew over 1
200 attendees from across the country. This webinar was an all-woman conference with amazing hosts, guest speakers, and a panel of
ourneywomen who shared their stories and even took the time to answer questions. UA
joined as a panelist, sharing her 20 plus years of experience as a
ourneyman Red Seal B-pressure
elder. This conference was so successful that they
an additional "Live Follow-Up Q&A Session"
June 16. Visit their website for more details -
also hosted the live online
FNMI (First Nation, Metis, Inuit)
Conference that included
hosts from Skills
Ontario, guest speakers, presentations, and a mentor panel of Indigenous
radespeople. An amazing
pprentice from UA Canada, Dan White, made such a positive impression last year, that he was invited back again this year. By sharing his story, Dan hopes to inspire Indigenous
outh to join the trades. With a duration of nearly
hours, this event was a great success!
National Competition by putting together pre-recorded informational videos in place of conferences and events. Training Specialist with UA Canada
Ray Lemieux, joined one of the
Essential Skills Talks - Essential Skills & Recruitment
to discuss what UA Canada does to support
radespeople in these areas. Talks like these bring industry leaders together to discuss how important Essential Skills are within the
rades in Canada.
introductions and messages from many
radeswomen from across Canada, from a variety of
Campbell (@katebuilds) began the conference with a special message. Tradeswomen promoting the
rades to Canadian youth is a truly inspiring event!
as been a sponsor of the Skills Canada National
for the past 10 years and continues to work together to support and promote the
rades in Canada, in any way they can.
Contributed by: UA Canada
Students from Halton Hills Christian School Learn Welding Basics
Earlier this year
, the CWB Welding Foundation welcomed
a group of
for an introduction to welding program. The students
from Halton Hills Christian School,
given a safe and positive introduction to the welding trade by
veteran instructor Ken Thorn
at the CWB Group's
Advanced Welding Technology Centre
in Milton, Ontario
This initiative grew out of the school's Exploratory program,
which connects students with a local company so they can learn about career possibilities in the industry.
students were very excited by
the program and couldn't wait for Thursday to roll around each week," said Ken Thorn.
"Each of the projects that they came up with were truly remarkable."
Students from Halton Hills Christian School participate in a welding program hosted by the CWB Foundation.
Contributed by: CWB Welding Foundation
Melynda LaRosa Shares Why She Decided to Pursue Welding as a Career
I was initially indecisive when deciding on which field I wanted pursue, until I was introduced to welding. I enjoy working with my hands and creating
so naturally welding really stuck with me.
I've always loved sketching and painting. I feel like my artistic qualities translate into my welding.
Although I've been working for
I've only been working underground
since July of last year, at the Creighton Mine
Prior to this, I worked at the
One of the things I really enjoy about my job is that n
o two days are the same and I'm constantly learning
which keeps things interesting.
I was introduced to welding by my
ncle Don. I wouldn't
have become a
elder if it weren't for him. Another person that will always stand out
as a mentor is Matt Carmichael. When I was fresh out of
I had no real working experience in the
so I didn't have much confidence in my abilities. Matt taught me so much and I couldn't be more thankful to have started out with him showing me the ropes.
My dad also
encourage and inspire me every single day
He has always
wide range of skill sets
e motivates me to broaden my knowledge of every trade not just welding
I think one way to attract more people into
trades would be to showcase the various career options as well as set up more introductory courses in elementary schools, high schools, colleges,
This would allow
people of all ages
to have a
experience of what working in a trade is
For young people who are choosing their career path, I recommend that they l
about what they
enjoy doing. Don't be afraid to try something different or against the grain.
Contributed by: Melynda LaRosa from Vale
Developing a Virtual Skills Competition
Rick Martineau has been
Canada in some capacity for decades. But even with all that experience, he's never encountered such a challenging time for Skills
ompetitions as we are in right now, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
the Provincial Technical Committees to commit to a virtual
for secondary-level students. While it was a challenge, it was necessary to carry on
competitions that they've worked so hard to prepare for.
forward to create such a virtual
. The virtual automotive Skills
in about a week's time and seemed to challenge the students, proving that even during extraordinary times like we are in now, that there are always educational solutions.
Rick said he was proud of how the competition came together under such trying circumstances.
continues to support the trades and Skills, even
Sandvik Coromant Offers Free e-Learning Program in Metal Cutting Technology
Metal cutting competence is in short supply worldwide
, and demand is growing for education to meet the complexity of modern manufacturing.
In addition to our support of education
institutions and Skills
own technical knowledge
for metalworking skills.
The focus is to understand terms and definitions and how to apply tools for turning, milling, boring and tool holding.
In Canada, schools and companies are using
to help students and employees
up to date with the latest industry methods and concepts.
Participants get an understanding of the basics of production economics and how to improve productivity and profitability.
Contributed by: Sandvik Coromant
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