Kwinana man claims bronze at WorldSkills National Championships in metals and engineering


Joshua Semper at the WorldSkills National Championships.
Joshua Semper at the WorldSkills National Championships.

KWINANA resident Joshua Semper took home bronze in Metals and Engineering category at the WorldSkills National Championships held in Sydney last Tuesday.

The championships were held over three days and more than 400 young apprentices and trainees from across Australia competed.

WorldSkills Australia chief executive Brett Judd said the Skills Show attracted more than 1000 competitors and competition officials along with tens of thousands of local, interstate and international visitors.

“It created life-changing opportunities for the competitors, and was a celebration of the strengths of Australia’s vocational training system,” he said.

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