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The Participation of the National team of the Republic of Kazakhstan at the International EuroSkills Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden

WorldSkills is an international movement, 76 countries participate this movement. Its main purpose is to promote and enhance the status of working professions. The movement of WorldSkills, including EuroSkills, attracts young people to the development of working professions and allow young professionals of the country to demonstrate obtained professional skills and competencies in the global arena.
In 12-15 September 2016 the National Championship WorldSkills Kazakhstan was organized by the National operator of the NCJSC “Holding” Kasіpkor ” together with the Ministry of Education and Science. In 2016, Kazakhstan became a member of the International Association of EuroSkills and received an invitation to the championship in the city of Gothenburg (Sweden).
This event was held within the framework of the Plan of the Nation “100 concrete steps” of President of Kazakhstan NA Nazarbayev to fulfill orders to increase the working capacity and the formation of the society of universal labor.
Members of the national team, formed on the basis of the National championship, will take part in the international championship EuroSkills on 5 categories: “bricklaying”, “dry construction and plastering work”, “tiling”, “welding” “electric installation work”.
From Kazakhstan in the championship 5 contestants will take part:
Ushkempirov Zhaksylyk Maratovich from “Karaganda technical-building college”, Karaganda – the competence of “tiling”;
Mataev Almaz Kalymtaevich from the College of Municipal Economy “Turan-Profi”, Astana – competence “Welding work”;
Habatay Aibek Aubakіrulu from “Construction College”, East Kazakhstan – competence “Bricklaying”;
Smirnov Evgeny from North Kazakhstan vocational training college, North Kazakhstan – “dry construction and plastering work”;
Orynbai Salamat Sarsenbaiulu from “Almaty State College of energy and electronic technologies”, Almaty – “Electrical work”.
The EuroSkills competition have attended about 500 participants from 28 countries. Contestants were 35 competencies in 6 directions WorldSkills: construction technology, manufacturing and engineering technology, information and communication technology, creative and design experts in the field of services of civil transport service. 40,000 people, including 29,000 schoolchildren, visited the international championship EuroSkills. 9 presentation competencies were conducted. Guests of the event were 7 countries: Canada, India, UAE, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Korea. 48 technical observers were invited, which followed the course of the contest.