Territorial Skills
Competition

The Yukon Territorial Skills Competition is an annual multi-trade and technology skills competition. This exciting event is a celebration of the incredible craftsmanship, innovation, and dedication to excellence that Skills Canada Yukon promotes year-round. Competing provides you with an opportunity to test your skills against local secondary students and apprentices.

Competing creates connection to community members and business owners who work in your chosen skill area. Competing at the territorial level gives you the potential of competing at the Skills Compétences Canada National Competition against secondary students and apprentices from across Canada! In 2024, the national competition will be held on May 30th and 31st in Quebec City, Quebec.

Registration

Unlock your potential at the Yukon Territorial Skills Competition by seamlessly navigating our user-friendly registration process. Our online registration form is easy and fast to complete. Registration opens January 2nd, 2024 and closes March 31st, 2024.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I compete?
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  • An opportunity to showcase your talents and test your skills against other local youth and apprentices.
  • Connect with like-minded individuals, mentors, and potential employers who share your passion for your chosen field.
  • The chance to compete at Skills Compétences Canada National Competition against the best skilled youth & apprentices from across Canada.
Who is eligible to compete?
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Secondary level competitors must meet the following criteria in the current school year and may be asked to provide proof of any points listed below:

  • Possess Canadian citizenship or Landed Immigrant status and be a resident of Yukon; or be a registered International Student. Competitors are responsible for verifying this information, if requested.
  • Be between 13 and 21 years of age on January 1 of the year of the Competition. Competitors are responsible for verifying this information, if requested.
  • Be registered in a recognized secondary institute, or be enrolled in a registered home school program.
  • Have completed and submitted a signed release form by a parent or guardian if under the age of 19.

Post-Secondary competitors must meet the following criteria in the current school year and may be asked to provide proof of any points listed below:

  • Possess Canadian citizenship or Landed Immigrant status and be a resident of Yukon; or be a registered International Student. Competitors are responsible for verifying this information, if requested.
  • Be enrolled in a college to training institution OR be a registered apprentice with the Yukon Government.
  • The competitor cannot be a certified journey-person in the trade in which they are competing in.
  • Have completed and submitted a signed release form.
What if I am a rural competitor and have to travel?
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We strongly encourage competitors from rural communities to register. Please contact us to discuss your travel logistics as we may be able to assist in travel expenses.

How much does it cost to participate?
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There is no registration fee for the TSC. However, competitors must supply equipment and clothing as identified in the contest desciptions. If you are unable to provide the specified materials, please contact our team for support.

How can I best prepare for the competition?
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  • A "getting ready" guide will be sent in your registration confirmation package.
  • Be sure to closesly review what you are responsible for bringing to the competition.
  • Practice!
  • Arrive early to orientation on the day of competition.

Let’s get
started now!

Get started now! Complete the registration form linked below. A staff member will send your confirmation within two business days of submission.

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