WorldSkills 2016 Competition at Shipley College 30 June and 1 July

On Thursday 30 June and Friday 1 July Shipley College is hosting the heats of the WorldSkills 2016 Competition for Health and Social Care; this is a free event.

WorldSkills Competition Heats
 
The WorldSkills UK Health and Social Care competition showcases and tests the skills and knowledge required in the sector to deliver excellent health and social care to adults. The heats stage of the competition will be held at Shipley College and we are inviting you to come along to see Health and Social Care skills on display from around the world from the competing organisations.

These competitions will be an opportunity for you and your colleagues/students to watch the competitions taking place.  There will be an opportunity to see Health & Social Care skills on display from around the world from the competing organisations. Each session will last approximately one hour. Please see the link below to book.

10.15 am

11.15 am
1.50 pm
 

Mobile Virtual Dementia Tour

This touring bus is an amazing opportunity to learn more about Dementia and develop a further understanding of the condition which affects so many people.  It aims to develop this understanding to help individuals and healthcare professionals to ensure that they can deliver the best care for people living with dementia so that they can stay at home longer and build stronger communities that are Dementia friendly.

The bus can take 12 people per session. There will be two each day booked on a first come first served basis.

Please book your place on the bus by seeing the link section at the bottom of the page:

10.15 am
1.15 pm

Each tour will last approximately 1hr to 1hr 45min

To book for the WorldSkills event please see here

If you have any queries regarding this event, please contact marketing@shipley.ac.uk

 

 


Information

Published: 23/06/2016
Audience: Health & Social Care staff and students, carers, school teachers, care home staff
Contact: Stella Downs

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