Our volunteers have the opportunity to be part of the local, provincial, national and international Skills Movement. Experience at the regional and provincial levels are necessary building blocks to preparing individuals for national and international competition experience.
Volunteer at the Skills Canada National Competition
May 25 - 30, 2020
Hundreds of people dedicate their time, services and expertise to the Skills Canada National Competition. Volunteers are essential to the day-to-day operations over the course of the event. If you’re interested in volunteering at the national competition, apply online as positions can fill up quickly. Visit the Skills Canada website for more information.
National Technical Committee
Every two years, the SCA selects National Technical Committee (NTC) members to represent Alberta in their trade or technology area at the Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC). NTC members will work with other volunteers from across Canada to build the projects and competition guidelines. This is a two-year commitment; the current rotation is (2020-2021). Following the 2021 SCNC, applications will be distributed to PTC Members that are in good standing with the SCA to apply for the next NTC term.
For additional information, contact WhitneyK@skillsalberta.com
Prior to the WorldSkill Competition, Skills Canada selects experts to represent Canada in their trade or technology area. Experts will work with competitors, trainers, and other WorldSkill Experts from across the world to build the projects and competition guidelines. This is a one year commitment; the next rotation is (2020-2021). Following the 2021 WorldSkills competition in Shanghai, applications will be distributed to PTC members to apply for the next two-year term.
For additional information, contact MikeS@skillsalberta.com