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13 August 2019
WorldSkills Conference Lightning Talk: Five inspirational stories that demonstrate that skills change lives
WorldSkills Conference Lightning Talk: Five inspirational stories that demonstrate that skills change lives

Only one week until the WorldSkills Conference in Kazan will take place, gathering world experts to discuss pertinent skills and labour market issues, in the hopes to come to a clear consensus as to what solutions need to be put in place. One of these aspects is ensuring that labour market opportunities are accessible to […]

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12 August 2019
Digital entrepreneur using AI to help African farmers will be taking part in the WorldSkills Conference 2019
Digital entrepreneur using AI to help African farmers will be taking part in the WorldSkills Conference 2019

Co-founder and CEO of AgriPredict Solutions – a web and mobile-phone-based agricultural risk management platform built on artificial intelligence and machine learning – Mwila Kangwa, who is taking part in this year’s WorldSkills Conference in Kazan, is an ideal panelist to demonstrate how the digital era can be utilised to bolster skills. With ten years […]

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6 August 2019
Digital pioneer with a history of upskilling young Africans will be speaking on two panels at the WorldSkills Conference 2019
Digital pioneer with a history of upskilling young Africans will be speaking on two panels at the WorldSkills Conference 2019

World Economic Forum Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship Fellow and Founder and CEO of Youth for Technology, Njideka Harry will be speaking on two panels at the Kazan WorldSkills Conference in August this year. Njideka Harry has been ahead of the curb on skills, coming up with the idea for Youth for Technology in 2000 […]

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5 August 2019
WorldSkills Conference Keynote: No women? No success for the 4IR
WorldSkills Conference Keynote: No women? No success for the 4IR

We cannot believe that it is August already! At the end of this month, the WorldSkills Conference will take place in Kazan, gathering world experts to discuss pertinent skills and labour market issues in the hopes to come to a clear consensus on what solutions need to be put in place.  One of these aspects is […]

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2 August 2019
Mission: Talent Made Headlines in July
Mission: Talent Made Headlines in July

With World Youth Skills Day and the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing, July 2019 proved an exciting month to talk about skills!  As the world held lunar landing anniversary celebrations Mission: Talent was thrilled to be mentioned in an article written by astronaut Dr Story Musgrave for HRZone, about the importance of upskilling […]

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1 August 2019
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30 July 2019
WorldSkills Conference Panel: Different place, same skills – time transnational cooperation
WorldSkills Conference Panel: Different place, same skills – time transnational cooperation

Less than a month now until the WorldSkills Conference in Kazan, where world experts will come together to discuss pertinent skills and labour market issues, in the hopes to come to a clear consensus as to what solutions need to be implemented. We are so excited to reveal another interesting panel that will take place. […]

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29 July 2019
Making ‘code’ accessible to school children, CEO Maxim Voloshin to take part in the WorldSkills Conference 2019
Making ‘code’ accessible to school children, CEO Maxim Voloshin to take part in the WorldSkills Conference 2019

Innovator, programmer and CEO of Codewards and Codynamic, Maxim Voloshin will take part on a panel focused on digital skills at this year’s WorldSkills Conference in Kazan.  Codewards is a set of products for teaching programming and system thinking in elementary school in the form of a game. Mr Voloshin built the system in 2017 […]

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24 July 2019
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23 July 2019
WorldSkills Conference Workshop: Designing skills pathways for local challenges
WorldSkills Conference Workshop: Designing skills pathways for local challenges

We are so excited to announce that there is only a month left until the WorldSkills Conference in Kazan where world experts will come together to discuss pertinent skills and labour market issues, in the hopes to come to a clear consensus as to what solutions need to be put in place.  The digital era […]

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