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WorldSkills Europe membership is restricted to one organisation from a European country which needs to be a recognised organisation representing the national vocational education and training system in its country. Organisations who are already active as a member within the WorldSkills international organisation, will have a first right to become also WorldSkills Europe member.

 

The benefits for WorldSkills Europe members are:

  • International networking between experts from VET and industry on European level
  • Improved structure of skills activities at a national level
  • Increased quality of national skills competitions
  • Instrument for developing national VET-system
  • Active support and involvement in EU policies such as mobility, EQF etc.
  • The right to send a national team of competitors to the upcoming EuroSkills event
  • Invitation for WorldSkills Europe meetings to represent their country
  • Getting financial and political support from the European Commission

 

By becoming an WorldSkills Europe member, your organisation gains certain rights within the WorldSkills Europe organisation (see Statutes and Bye Laws).

For further and detailed information about the WorldSkills Europe Partner program, please contact WorldSkills Europe Secretariat, +31-172 211 120

 

How to join WorldSkills Europe?

WorldSkills Europe membership is restricted to one organisation from a European country which needs to be a recognised organisation representing the national vocational education and training system in its country.

 

The benefits for WorldSkills Europe members are:

– International networking between experts from VET and industry on European level

– Improved structure of skills activities at a national level

– Increased quality of national skills competitions

– Instrument for developing national VET-system

– Active support and involvement in EU policies such as mobility, EQF etc.

– The right to send a national team of competitors to the upcoming EuroSkills event

– Invitation for WorldSkills Europe meetings to represent their country

– Getting financial and political support from the European Commission

 

By becoming a WorldSkills Europe member, your organisation gains certain rights within the WorldSkills Europe organisation (see Statutes and Bye Laws).

 

For further and detailed information about the WSE Partner program, please contact:

WorldSkills Europe Secretariat, +31 172 211 120

Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 June 2013 07:14