Female Skills Competition final to be held this week

Female Skills Competition final to be held this week

SPARKS has announced that the grand final of its Female Skills Competition will take place later this week at Stephenson College in Coalville, Leicestershire.

The competition, which started in January, has seen Level 2 and 3 electrical learners from across the UK showcase their skills – and after the intense regional heats, the judges have selected six finalists. Competing for the title of SPARKS Female Skills Competition 2024 Winner during the final on April 18th are the following individuals:

– Charlotte Bobbett, Yeovil College
– Anne Greaves, Leicester College
– Mia Goodhall, St Helen’s College
– Sarah Little, Activate Learning
– Kaci Riley, Loughborough College
– Chelsie Miller, St. Helen’s College

Zoe Tanner, Managing Director at SPARKS, remarks, “This competition plays a pivotal role in boosting confidence, encouraging female participation in broader industry events, and contributing significantly to the electrical trade. We are immensely proud of the support this initiative has garnered from across the industry.”

This year’s competition is supported by prominent industry leaders, including Megger as the headline sponsor, along with Aico, Electric Center, The IET, Milwaukee, Schneider Electric, Prysmian, Snickers Workwear, Fix Radio, and the National Electrotechnical Training (NET). Darren Oates from NET serves as the competition’s head judge.

You can keep tabs on the competition’s progress by following SPARKS on Instagram and by using the hashtag #SPARKSFSC24.

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