Skills Canada National Competition

SCNC 2017 will take place at the RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg, MB!

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Competition Information

 

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Over 40 skill areas; over 500 competitors
  • Over 40 Try-A-Trade® and Technology activities
  • Essential Skills Stage
  • Dedicated “Career Zone” including exhibitors and sponsored Try-A-Trade® and Technology activities.
  • VIP partner receptions
  • Thousands of student visitors
  • Essential Skills Youth Forum

 

About SCNC

The Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC) is the only national, multi-trade and technology competition for students and apprentices in the country.

Every year, more than 500 young people from all regions of Canada come to SCNC to participate in over 40 skilled trade and technology competitions.

By providing a forum where Canadian youth can compete at the national level, SCNC provides hands-on work experience related to skilled trade and technology careers.

Through these competitions, Skills/Compétences Canada also seeks to raise awareness about skilled trade and technology sectors to Canadian youth and their influencers.

Students must compete at local, regional and provincial/territorial events in order to represent their province/territory at SCNC.

 

Past Competitions

2018 – 24th SCNC (TBD) 2017 – 23rd SCNC (Winnipeg, MB) 2016 – 22nd SCNC (Moncton, NB)
2015 – 21st SCNC (Saskatoon, SK) 2014 – 20th SCNC (Toronto, ON) 2013 – 19th SCNC (Vancouver, BC)
2012 – 18th SCNC (Edmonton, AB) 2011 – 17th SCNC (Québec, QC) 2010 – 16th CSC (Waterloo,ON)
2009 – 15th CSC (Charlottetown, PE) 2008 – 14th CSC (Calgary, AB) 2007 – 13th CSC (Saskatoon, SK)
2006 – 12th CSC (Halifax, NS) 2005 – 11th CSC (Edmonton, AB) 2004 – 10th CSC (Winnipeg, MB)
2003 – 9th CSC (Kitchener, ON) 2002 – 8th CSC (Vancouver, BC) 2001 – 7th CSC (Edmonton, AB)
2000 – 6th CSC (Québec, QC) 1999 – 5th CSC (Kitchener, ON) 1998 – 4th CSC (Vancouver, BC)
1997 – 3rd CSC (Red Deer, AB) 1996 – 2nd CSC (Montréal, QC) 1994 – 1st CSC (Hamilton, ON)