Please note: Unfortunately due to the directive announced by Alberta Health Services to suspend all events of 250 people or more, the Provincial Skills Canada Competition has been cancelled for 2020. We hope to have you join us in 2021.
CLICK HERE to read our full statement regarding Skills Canada Alberta program updates in relation to COVID-19.
Post-Secondary students can apply to compete in the Provincial Skills Canada Competition (PSCC).
Space is limited at the PSCC and submitting your application does not guarantee your participation in the event. You will be notified by a Skills Canada Alberta representative if you have been selected to compete. Applications must be received by April 15, 2020.
To participate in the 2020 PSCC you must meet the following criteria:
Non-Apprenticeable Skills: Be a registered student with a training institution in a related program in the contest area they wish to compete between July 1st and the start date of the PSCC
Apprenticeable Skills: Be a registered student with a training institution or be a registered apprentice in a related program in which they wish to compete at any time between July 1st and the start date of the PSCC
Competitors cannot have their journeyperson certification in the event year that they are participating in before competing in Skills Canada Competitions.
Must be born on or after January 1, 1999.
Competitors in Aerospace Technology, Mechatronics or event areas that do not move forward on Team Alberta or Team Canada to WorldSkills must be born on or after January 1, 1996.
These events include, and are subject to change, Architectural Technology & Design, Carpentry, Cloud Computing, IT Office Software Applications, Mechanical Insulation, Mobile Crane, Precision Machining, Sheet Metal Work, Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installation, and Steamfitter/Pipefitter.
An Alberta resident AND a Permanent Canadian Resident or Canadian Citizen
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