Helping youth explore their options in trades and technology

Who We Are

Under the umbrella of Skills Compétences Canada, Skills Canada Yukon coordinates efforts with 12 other regional chapters in the country. Specifically in the Yukon we encourage, support, and promote skilled trades and technologies to youth and their communities throughout our beautiful territory.

The 2024 - 2025 school year starts August 27th! Reach out now to book your classes' Presentation, Skills Club, or Workshop!

Discover Our
Our programs are built to acknowledge the various ways trade and technology sectors can be explored.
Skills For Success
Industry Tours
Skills Clubs
Try-A-Trade Kits
Apprenticeship Information

What is the Territorial Skills Competition?

Annually we host the Yukon Territorial Skills Competition and qualifiers, bringing together Yukon’s students and apprentices to compete in diverse trade and technology areas. Winners are paired with mentors in their trade in order to master their craft and compete at national and international levels. There are up to 25 unique competition areas for you to choose from. Check out our Territorials page to learn more!

Our Valued Sponsors
and Partners

"Seeing all of the effort it took to pull off a National Skills Competition is one of my favorite memories. The camaraderie between members in all areas was amazing and it allowed me to make awesome connections across the country."

Ryan Cumming
National Technical Committee Member Coach
Board Member

"My favourite moment was while coaching, seeing our Team Yukon sheet metal competitor finish his project in the final moments of competition and the excitement he had completing it."

Travis Friesen
Alumni & Coach
Board Member (2019-2020)

"My favourite part of Skills was all the amazing things I learned, alongside inspired and hard working people."

James Croken
2019 & 2021 National Skills Competitor
Bronze & Gold medalist Workplace Safety

"My favourite part is seeing youth consider a career in hairstyling because of the experiences they've had with Skills Yukon and hair clubs"

Elizabeth Schalko
National Technical Committee

"My favourite part of competing was doing the work, and building something with other people who had a competitive streak in them too"

Immalluk (Cass) Galbraith
2019 Territorial Skills Competition

"I loved being able to display my skills to the community, and hopefully bring more awareness to the skilled trades locally"

Dominic Devigne
2018-2022 Territorial Skills Competition

"Competing with my best friend and learning how to time manage"

Cadence Hartland
2022 Territorial Skills Competition

"My favourite moment was watching my son, James, win the bronze medal in Workplace Safety at Nationals in Halifax in 2019."

Marlene Croken
Skills Yukon Board Member Treasurer
Parent of Competitor