Saskatchewan Polytechnic students win at 24th Skills Canada National Competition
Earlier this month, Saskatchewan Polytechnic students representing a variety of programs participated in the 24th Skills Canada National competition — an Olympic-style competition that celebrates student skills in more than 40 trade and technology areas. Sask Polytech received six medals.
“We are extremely proud of our students’ achievements in the 2018 Skills Canada National competition. This competition is a great learning opportunity for students to showcase their talents and skills, and we’re honoured that they are representing Sask Polytechnic at the national level,” says Dr. Larry Rosia, Sask Polytech president and CEO.
Congrats to all the Sask Polytech participants and medal recipients!
|Industrial Control||Scott Rogers||Gold & Regional Winner|
|Sheet Metal Work||Mitch Wiesinger||Gold|
|Architectural Technology and Design||Dylan Kardash||Silver|
|Graphic Design||Taylor Ehman||Silver|
Qualified students will compete in the Team Canada trials for the right to represent Canada at the 2019 World Skills Competition in Kazan, Russia.
For more information visit Skills Canada Saskatchewan.