WorldSkills 2011 hunts for professionals to supervise competition

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WorldSkills 2011 hunts for professionals to supervise competition

Over 100,000 people have already booked to attend WorldSkills London 2011 and the organisers are looking for professionals from across a range of industries who would like to volunteer as supervisors of the competition.


WorldSkills is where the best young talents come together to test their skills against the very best in the world.


For the London 2011 event the organisers are looking for workshop supervisor assistants in the following skill sectors:

  • Health, Public Services and Care 
    Agriculture, Horticulture 
    Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies 
    Construction, Planning and the Built Environment 
    Information and Communications Technology 
    Retail and Commercial Enterprise 
    Arts, Media and Publishing


As a volunteer workshop supervisor assistant you will be responsible for assisting the workshop supervisor in preparation of materials, health and safety, security and workshop housekeeping. 


You will also be supporting the international judges as they test the competitors.

You need to be available for between 12 and 16 days during the competition


To find out more about WorldSkills please visit the website

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