Clive Slocombe, senior inspector at Code A Weld, will be judging the final round of SkillWeld 2016, the welding competition which is also part of the main Skills Competition event. He has been one of the judges throughout the prestigious welding event.
Considered to be the largest skills show in Britain, the Skills Competition will see a wide range of talents competing for a gold medal in their area of expertise, along with a chance to compete internationally.
The event brings together a vast array of talents ranging from games design, jewellery making, accounting, IT, engineering, welding, robotics to carpentry, floristry, hairdressing, and cooking among others.
Preparations are already underway for the 2017 WorldSkills event in Abu Dhabi.
The event also encourages the public to try their hands at new skills, attend workshops, find career advice and work experience opportunities.
With so much on offer for everyone, this skills show is truly worth a visit.
Where? The NEC, Birmingham
When? 17th-19th November, 2016
Cost? Free. To book your seat, visit http://www.findafuture.org.uk/the-skills-show/book-the-skills-show
For more information and to plan your day, visit http://www.findafuture.org.uk/the-skills-show/plan-your-visit/the-skills-show-planner
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Harris Pye Engineering Ltd
Geoff Magaskil, JT Price