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Talented young competitors backed to go for gold in Abu Dhabi by engineering skills champion

13th October 2017

The talented young engineers representing the country at a prestigious international skills competition have been given the wholehearted support of the industry's key skills body.

Ten young British engineers are set to start competing against the best from around the globe at the WorldSkills competitions in Abu Dhabi from tomorrow (Saturday 14 October), in disciplines ranging from Aircraft Maintenance to Welding.

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The Telegraph - STEM HQ

14th October 2017

Semta is sponsoring the Telegraph STEM Awards 2018 - click here to find out more.

The closing date for entrants of the Awards is Monday 19th February 2018.

The Telegraph - Innovation | Telegraph STEM Awards 2018

28th September 2017

Semta sponsors the Telegraph STEM Awards 2018 Innovation challenge. With people living longer and antibiotics becoming less effective, the UK's health and social care sectors are being stretched. Can you offer a solution to the growing problem? Read the full Telegraph article here.

Finalists announced for WorldSkills UK 2017

18th September 2017

Semta, the organising partner for the WorldSkills UK (WSUK) engineering competitions, has praised the high level of talent among this year's finalist cohort.

Competing in front of 70,000 spectators at The Skills Show in Birmingham, 118 finalists - made up of apprentices and vocational learners from across the UK - will compete in 13 different disciplines including welding, mechatronics and aeronautical engineering.

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