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The team from Moscow became the leader of the V National championship of WorldSkills Russia

MOSCOW, may 19. /TASS/. The team from Moscow became the leader of the V National championship of the “Young professionals” (WorldSkills Russia), reported in a press-service of the Union of WorldSkills Russia.

May 19 at the closing ceremony of the finale of the fifth National championship of the “Young professionals” in Krasnodar were declared the winners of the biggest competition in professional skills in the entire history of the WorldSkills movement in Russia.

“The team of Moscow has again become the leader of the medal standings , winning 22 gold, four silver and six bronze medals. The capital team was the champion of the finals of the fourth National Championships, which were held in Moscow region in 2016″, – noted in press service.

They added that 13 gold, five silver and seven bronze medals were won by representatives of the national team of the Republic of Tatarstan, securing second place in the medal standings. Third place in the ranking took command of the Krasnodar territory, adding to the Treasury of their region six gold, nine silver and seven bronze medals.

From 16 to 18 may in competition at the 109 competencies were attended by over 1300 students of colleges, technical schools and students. The young and the young professionals evaluated more than 1,600 experts. In the ranking of the medal standings in the championship team out of the 51 regions. In 2017 for the first time in Russia at the National Championships brought together representatives of all 85 regions, participants of the business program, experts, contestants and guests.

The final National championship of the “Young professionals” (WorldSkills Russia) is the largest in Russia competitions of professional skills WorldSkills standards among students of colleges and vocational schools aged 16 to 22 years of age and schoolchildren aged 10-17. The championship promotes youth professional orientation and integration into the national education best practices.

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