Are you a TVET student with an excellent set of skills that you have utilized to benefit your community?
Did you put your skills to creative use?
Have you used your skills to empower others?
Did you turn a challenge into an opportunity by setting up a successful enterprise?

Whether you are a trained mechanic or a nursing student; a water technician, or beautician with your own business, you have put your skills into practice!

Send us your story and become the first to win the Skills in Action Award.

The Skills in Action Award is awarded to individuals that inspire others and who have acted as an ambassador for technical and vocational education and training in their community.

We admitted applications until 30 November 2014. Winners have been announced on the UNEVOC Website and have been notified via email.