Skills in the Classroom

The Skills Movement regards skilled trades and technologies as the building blocks of our society. Our Skills in the Classroom presentation will connect educators with curriculum-aligned opportunities for design-based, project-based, and maker-inspired learning that builds career skills for success in an evolving future of work. It will also showcase how The Skills Movement offers youth opportunities to:

  • Equip yourself with the technical and transferable skills to be a leader and innovator in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
  • Establish a personal brand that gets your talent and entrepreneurship noticed in a BIG way!
  • Harness elements of Positive Psychology to transform your brilliant ideas into measurable success.
  • Connect with like-minded, game-changing youth across Alberta, Canada and the world who share the same passions as you.

Randi Tajcnar, Education Facilitator for SCA, received her Education Degree from the University of Alberta and has 2 years of classroom teaching experience. Prior to completing her Education Degree, Randi also pursued a career as an Environmental Consultant in land and Water Reclamation and enjoys speaking from her own experience with trade and technology careers. Touring Alberta with an informative and engaging presentation, Randi will discuss topics such as trade and technology career options, Skills Canada Competitions, and exciting school field trip opportunities. Students will be informed and inspired by the possibilities available to them when they think BIG!

For additional information, or to book a presentation, please contact: Randi Tajcnar.

When booking a presentation, please indicate the dates and times that would be ideal for Randi to meet with your students. Randi is also available to be part of professional development days. There are no fees associated with any of the presentations.

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