Thursday, May 30, 2024

Skills Sheridan honors outstanding students in nine skilled fields.

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At the fourth annual Skills Sheridan competition, which took place on March 28 at Sheridan’s Magna Skilled Trades Centre, nearly 30 students were awarded a medal and a cash prize for excelling in their respective fields.

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The event puts students’ education and training to the test by requiring them to complete difficult tasks in discipline-specific activities in a short amount of time. In excess of 100 understudies partook in the current year’s release of Abilities Sheridan, which highlighted rivalry in structural innovation and plan; electrical structures; millwrighting for industrial mechanics; IT office programming application; mechatronics; plumbing; machining with precision; web development and design; likewise welding

Skills Sheridan helps instructors select the students who will represent Sheridan at the upcoming Skills Ontario provincial competition, which will be held May 1-2 at the Toronto Congress Centre. Skills Sheridan also honors the best students in each event. Greg Royal, the event’s master of ceremonies and Associate Dean of the Magna School for the Skilled Trades, said, “It’s an honor to celebrate the skill and talent of our Sheridan students.”

In addition, a lot of vendors showed off new equipment and talked to students about career options at the competition.

The following is a list of all three winners at the Skills Sheridan competition this year:

Architectural Technology & Design
• 1st: Santiago Mogollon
• 2nd: Marcus Peralta
• 3rd: Luke Grima

Electrical Installations
• 1st: Kishan Khavas
• 2nd: Jake Belluomini
• 3rd: Sarah Austin

Industrial Mechanic Millwrighting
• 1st: Ben Doyle Parks
• 2nd: David Chislet
• 3rd: Jacob Schellekens

IT Office Software Application
• 3rd: Ramandeep Ramandeep

• 1st: Keven Peressini and Eric Levy
• 2nd: Chirag Bhupendrakumar Parmar and Akash Fumakia
• 3rd: Richard Tran and Preston Barrington

• 1st: Dafydd Ford
• 2nd: Mitchel Dyck
• 3rd: Jeff Dunn

Precision Machining
• 1st: Akashdeep Singh
• 2nd: Christopher Brodeur
• 3rd: Benjamin Teeter

Web Design and Development
• 1st: Taranjeet Singh
• 2nd: Vani Khanna
• 3rd: Anmolpreet Singh Aulakh

• 1st: Santiago Fernandez
• 2nd: Sean Carver
• 3rd: Akash Edwards

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