Sustainability and the children of the Derbyshkinskiy Orphanage in Kazan, Russia were both winners at the conclusion of WorldSkills Kazan 2019.
That is because for the first time Plumbing and Heating implemented a ‘Champions’ sustainability project included as part of the Competition.
WorldSkills Kazan 2019, which was held in the Russian Federation over the past five days, came to an end with a Closing Ceremony that featured music, dance, and fireworks. Around 35,000 people attended the event at the Kazan Arena.
The most successful and largest WorldSkills Competition came to a close in Kazan yesterday. There were cheers from supporters as well as tears as each of the Competitors completed their four days of competition
For the first time in history, six previous Gold Medallists of WorldSkills Competitions in Bricklaying came together to provide inspiration and encouragement to the current competitors at WorldSkills Kazan 2019.
It was in 2014 as a young Floristry apprentice that Amelia Addis was convinced to try out for the national skills competitions in New Zealand. Little did she know that such a seemingly small decision could have such a big impact on her life.