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Competing /

Competitions

 
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Regionals

Regional Competitions are an incredible introductory opportunity for high school students looking to test their skills and to qualify for a spot at the Provincial Skills Competitions. In 2020, Skills Canada New Brunswick ran its first-ever regional skills competition at NBCC Woodstock. In response to COVID-19, this years' regionals have been cancelled, however plans for 2022 are still ongoing.  

 

They are hosted in various regions across the province and are an excellent way to engage students in the competition process and to learn about programs that exist in skilled trades and technology!

 

Registration for the 2022 Regional Skills Competitions will open in December 2021.

 

Provincials

Annual Provincial Skills Competitions take place in each province and territory every spring. These competitions are coordinated and implemented by Provincial Technical Committees (PTCs).

 

Provincial Competitions are 1-day events and offered at the Secondary and Post-Secondary/ Apprenticeship level.  Gold medal winners at the Provincial level may qualify to represent the province at the Skills Canada National Competition!

 

The 2021 Provincial Skills Competitions will take place virtually from April 19th - 23rd. 

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Competition Dates

04/20 - NBCC SJ: 

Car Painting / Peinture Automobile

Autobody Repair / Débosselage

Carpentry / Charpenterie

04/22 - NBCC Moncton: 

Plumbing / Plomberie

Electrical Installations / Installations électriques

CNC Machining / Usinage CNC

Welding / Soudage

Precision Machining / Techniques d'usinage     

04/22 - NBCC St Andrews: 

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning / Réfrigération et climatisation

 

04/26 - CCNB Bathurst:

Automation & Control / Contrôle industriel  

 

04/27 - NBCC SJ:

Brick Masonry / Briquetage

Steamfitter Pipefitter / Tuyauterie et montage de conduites de vapeur

 

05/07 - CCNB Caraquet

Cooking/Cuisine

 
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Nationals

The Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC) is the only national, multi-trade and technology competition for students and apprentices in the country. These competitions offered annually, in rotating regions.

 

Each year, more than 550 competitors from all regions of Canada come to SCNC to participate in over 40 skilled trade and technology competitions.

Due to COVID-19 the 2021 National Competition will take place virtually. More information will be available in May 2021. 

Canada’s best talent in skilled trades and technologies gather to compete in:

  • 2D Character Computer Animation

  • 3D Character Computer Animation

  • 3D Digital Game Art

  • Aerospace Technology

  • Aesthetics

  • Architectural Technology & Design

  • Autobody Repair

  • Automobile Technology

  • Baking

  • Bricklaying

  • Cabinetmaking

  • Car Painting

  • Carpentry

  • CNC Machining

  • Cooking

  • Electrical Installations

  • Electronics

  • Fashion Technology

  • Graphic Design

  • Hairstyling

  • Heavy Equipment Technology

  • Industrial Control

  • Industrial Mechanic Millwright

  • IT Network System Administration

  • IT – Office Software Applications

  • Job Search

  • Job Skill Demonstration

  • Landscape Gardening

  • Mechanical Engineering CAD

  • Mechatronics

  • Mobile Robotics

  • Outdoor Power and Recreation Equipment

  • Photography

  • Plumbing

  • Precision Machining

  • Public Speaking

  • Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

  • Sheet Metal Work

  • Sprinkler Systems

  • Steamfitter – Pipefitter

  • Video Production

  • Web Design and Development

  • Welding

  • Workplace Safety

 

WorldSkills

Winners of the Skills Canada National Competition may be invited to compete in the Team Canada Candidate Trials.

 

WorldSkills Competitions are offered bi-annually in rotating countries and take place over the course of 4 days. The age limit for competitors is under 22 at the time of the competition. 

 

Canada’s voice on the development of these competitions are offered through Canadian Experts, who are chosen by National Secretariat by application process every four years.

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