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									                                 WorldSkills Australia
              Attention: Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Tradesperson

WorldSkills Australia is a competition program for young Australians aged 23 and under
interested in challenging their skills and abilities against other young skilled people in their
region, the nation and the world, and is proudly supported by the Northern Territory

WorldSkills aims to ensure that today’s young people have the skills and abilities to compete
and succeed within today’s rapidly changing global market.

WorldSkills offers internationally aligned competitions and operate on a two year cycle.
Regional Competitions lead into National Competitions and National Competition winners, if
eligible, become members of the ‘Skillaroos’ Team representing Australia in the International

The competitions whether regional, national or international inspire young people to be the
best they can be, increasing their confidence and future employment prospects.

Northern Territory Competitions
The Northern Territory is running the 2009 WorldSkills Regional Open and VET in School
competitions in 10 trade and industry categories including refrigeration, as well as welding,
hairdressing and beauty, cookery, business services, food & beverage service, tourism, and
primary industries.

                For more information contact Cathy Preddy on 08 8901 1351
                           or email
                                     Supporter Benefits

More and more businesses recognise the benefits of entering into a partnership with
WorldSkills Australia. The supporter benefits include:

      The opportunity to be associated with excellence and the achievements of
       highly skilled young people
      The opportunity to support an organisation that is a member of a global group,
       WorldSkills International
      A chance to show your commitment to working with young people who are
       among the future workforce leaders
      Excellent networking opportunities with world-class experts and leaders

In return for your generous support through:
      Donating a gift or prize for competition winners
      Providing monetary support for one of the competitions
      Providing equipment or resources for one of the competitions
      Support in another way

Benefits will include:
    Prominent logo placement on the Northern Territory Department of Education
       and Training (DET) WorldSkills website. This website will be advertised in Territory
       industry newsletters, industry journals and through various industry distribution lists.
      Acknowledgement in relevant media releases, newspaper advertisements, and
       print features throughout the Territory as appropriate
      Acknowledgement and logo placement in WorldSkills Regional Competition
       articles in DET publication Training the Territory
      Prominent signage and visual recognition on Competition Day in Darwin /
       Nhulunbuy – including use of company pull-up banner, logo placement on
       competition signage
      Prominent signage and visual recognition at the final Presentation Ceremony in
       Darwin – including use of company pull-up banner, logo placement on signage,
       with acknowledgement by the Master of Ceremonies and presentation of prize
       as appropriate.

To confirm your sponsorship opportunity or find out more, please contact WorldSkills
Northern Territory Regional contact, Cathy Preddy on 8901 1351 or email

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