Dear competitors and supporters, It is with sadness that yesterday WorldSkills UK pulled the plug on this years LIVE at the NEC. It is understandable and still disappointing as this annual event is spectacular and those who have competed before can testify how it gives you skills and experiences that others just don’t get. As ever safety is the most important point and we want you to lead happy healthy
There is still lots of time to get signed up for this years WorldSkills UK Forensic Science competition which this year will be online. This means ALL our competitors are doing the activities at the same time and there is scope for some impressive scores to be had. But we have got 34 registered competitors so far. As you can see from the image below we have a healthy list
Great news everyone, the registration period for this years competition has been extended due to the Covid-19 pandemic and will now close on 5th May 2020. Dear WorldSkills UK Supporter, Thank you for registering competitors for WorldSkills UK Competitions this year. After discussing with all partners, we’ve decided to extend the registration period for National Competitions until 5 May. We believe this is in the best interests of all those involved in
It is with sadness that we must communicate that the heats are paused and postponed. It goes without saying people are the priority and safety is the highest priority for them and us. Thus we are currently looking to find new ways to ensure the competition goes ahead. We still need people to register for the competition. The registration is open now and we currently have 14 people registered for
Complete Forensics is actively monitoring developments regarding coronavirus (COVID-19), and at this time we will continue to run events until such time that UK Government advises otherwise. That said, it is possible we will see some disruption to the events calendar in the coming months. We want to apologise ahead of schedule for any late changes or possible cancellations. However, the safety and wellbeing of all involved will be paramount.
MAny thanks to the folks at BAYER for the video.
You will by now have heard that Catherine Jones a 26 year old student from Gower College Swansea succeeded in becoming the 7th Gold Medal winner in Forensic Science during WorldSKills UK LIVE 2019. We managed to catch up with Catherine and ask a few questions about her win: Why did you enter? My lecturer Amy Herbert put the competition to me and asked if I’d like to give it
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