Three Central Alberta students placed in the top three at the Skills Canada National Competition in Toronto recently. Dustin Sejdl from Ponoka Secondary Campus earned a gold medal in cabinet making. Tyler Hamlet a Red Deer College student from Stettler got a silver medal in steam fitting/pipe fitting. Josiah Pilon of Ponoka Secondary Campus earned a silver medal in carpentry. They were among 61 students from the Skills Alberta team who competed nationally. Each received $500 WorldSkills Legacy scholarships. Gold medal winners at the national level were also eligible for a further $500 scholarship. Students who received the best marks in their field may be eligible to travel to the WorldSkills Team Canada, which will be in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 2015.