Mongol Skill 2014 competition showcases Mongolia’s vocational education

-Mongol Skill 2014 winners to qualify for the WorldSkills Sao Paulo 2015-


The first round of the Mongol Skill 2014 competition took place on Monday with over 20 teams competing. The second round will be held in May.
Winners of the competition will attend a three-month specialized training in South Korea before representing Mongolia at the WorldSkills Sao Paulo 2015, one of the biggest vocational education events in the world, with over 1,000 competitors from 60 countries.
WorldSkills membership is required to take part in the event and the admission fee is 27,000 USD. The government of Mongolia agreed to pay the fee.
The Ministry of Labor and Mongolian Builders’ Association are jointly organizing the Mongol Skill vocational event for the second time.
Teams challenge their skills required for seven vocational professions. These include skills required of a builder, tile setter, welder, chef, electrician, joiner and lathe operator.
The organizers of the competition aim to set a new benchmark for vocational centers, improve study environments and teachers’ skills, and most importantly, improve competency of Mongolian vocational workers in the global market.

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