ChelPipe Group’s Students Win Prizes at WorldSkills Russia

21 February 2019 (09:18)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, February 21, 2019. Students on ChelPipe Group’s Future of White-Coated Metallurgy Training Program won ten medals at the 7th Sverdlovsk Region round of the blue-collar skills championship WorldSkills Russia. This means the Group’s team came 9th in the contest of 79 competing local schools and colleges, the Group’s press service reports.

The company’s current students and future employees competed in eight different categories: Reverse Engineering, Industrial Robotics, Prototyping, CAD Engineering, NC Milling, Industrial Automation, Industrial Mechanics & Assembly, and Wiring.

Lev Popov and the team of Timur Sadreyev and Ilya Belokozovich won gold in Junior Industrial Robotics (14-16 age group).

Nikita Kuznetsov, Andrei Tarasov, and Alexander Gimazetdinov and Ruslan Sultangaliyev won gold, silver, and bronze, respectively, in Reverse Engineering.
Andrei Yefimov and Nikolai Perminov won gold and silver, respectively, in Industrial Mechanics & Assembly.

Ivan Semeyshev won gold in Industrial Automation.

Vadim Gallyamov won silver in Prototyping.

Winners of the local round of the championship will go on to train for the next stage, the national round of WorldSkills Russia (Kazan, May 20-24, 2019).

‘Students on ChelPipe Group’s Future of White-Coated Metallurgy Training Program have been awarded 104 medals in WorldSkills contests in the last six years. Professional skills competitions are a great opportunity to demonstrate your expertise in the field of technical problem-solving and to present yourself as a promising employee,’ says Head of the Future of White-Coated Metallurgy Training Program Department’s Job Counseling & Personnel Training division Alexei Smirnov.

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