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How to Start Cooperation with Chinese Taipei
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On 13th of March 2019, Chinese Taipei’s Workforce Development Agency (WDA) and WorldSkills International (WSI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding and established the world’s second WorldSkills Capacity Building Centre (CBC).

CBCs are set up to support WSI Members and non-Members in skills training and competition management. CBCs are the platforms of knowledge and experience sharing. Projects have been developed to give practical support in parts of the world in need.



CBC in Chinese Taipei aims at helping skills development through offering expertise and resources to countries/regions that seek to build the foundation of economic progress through vocational training. The Centre provides worldwide services with an emphasis on African and other developing countries such as Southeast Asian and Central and South American countries.

In collaboration with WSI, all projects will be designed to address the needs of participating countries/regions in the Centre’s programs. This is all about sharing skills and its power to make the world better.


Areas of Cooperation

  • Exchange experiences, information, good practices, and resources on skills development including but not limited to skills competitions, capacity building, and skills training.
  • Facilitate skills training for Competitors, expertise development of Experts, and exchange on management between administrative staff of skills competitions.
  • Provide consultation services to enhance and improve skills competition management.
  • Share best practices with regards to experience with WorldSkills Competition with Member countries and regions.