WorldSkills Chinese Taipei

WorldSkills Chinese Taipei

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Chinese Taipei logo for WorldSkills Competition

Chinese Taipei has participated in WorldSkills International since 1970, regularly sending competitors to take part in the WorldSkills Competition from 1971 on. In Chinese Taipei, the Ministry of Labor is the authority for skills competition; the Workforce Development Agency of Ministry of Labor is in charge with forming policy of skills competition and its implementation.

Besides WorldSkills Competition, Chinese Taipei takes place regional and national skills competition on a yearly basis, thousands young people annually signing on for them. More than that, National Team Selection for WorldSkills Competition will be held, a way that winners of that Selection will represent Chinese Taipei going for medals on the next-year WorldSkills Competition.

To well prepared for WorldSkills Competition, National Training Center for WorldSkills Competition has founded in the Yunlin-Chiayi-Tainan Regional Branch of the Workforce Development Agency in 2017. This center keeps playing a vital role on coordinating training resources-related for competitors. Parallel with skills competition, Chinese Taipei launches a bunch of activities to promote skills, spurring young people into engaging in skills learning.

As a veteran of the WorldSkills International, Chinese Taipei has been actively partaking in the WorldSkills International community, not only on that Competition but also on relevant activities/events. Worth to mention is that Chinese Taipei also hosted the 32nd WorldSkills Competition in Taipei city from July 19th to Aug. 2nd in 1993.

 

June 9, 2017 Specially unveils ceremony for“National Training Center for WorldSkills Competition”. Specially unveils ceremony for“National Training Center for WorldSkills Competition”.
Activity photos of the 32nd WorldSkills Competition in Taipei. July 19 to August 2, 1993 the 32nd WorldSkills Competition in Taipei.