Red Deer high school students ready for regional Skills Canada competition

Students from across Central Alberta are set to show their skills at the regional qualifying competition, while vying for a spot at the provincial competition.

On Thursday, at venues across Red Deer high school students will compete as part of the 2017 Regional Skills Competition.

Red Deer College will host the culinary arts, video production, carpentry, electrical installations, welding and auto service competitions. Notre Dame High School will host hairstyling and baking competitions. Hunting Hills High School will host the cabinet making competition.

Students will compete to qualify for the Provincial Skills Canada Competition, which will by held from May 10 to 11 in Edmonton at Northlands. From there they have a shot at the Skills Canada National Competition, held his year from April 31 to May 3 in Winnipeg.

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