Shape Tomorrow is an initiative
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young people can influence
the UK of tomorrow

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How would you shape tomorrow?

At The Skills Show, City & Guilds launched its Shape Tomorrow competition to give one teenager the chance to help shape their future by winning a day’s work experience with top chef, restaurateur and food writer Mark Hix at his restaurant, Tramshed. The competition was open to all 14-19 year olds who could enter through the City & Guilds Facebook page or at The Skills Show itself. As part of their entry, they were asked to submit a short video or written piece explaining what they think young people need to help them shape their tomorrow and achieve the future they deserve.

The winner, Junior, was selected by a panel including Mark Hix and City & Guilds. This video shows how he found the experience, and what he learnt during the course of the day.

Junior Kayumbi, Winner of the Shape Tomorrow competition

Tramshed, 2013

 

How have others shaped tomorrow?

At last years World Skills Show, 9 out of the 14 UK medal winners held a City & Guilds qualification. Here, 3 of those winners explain how they became the best at their chosen skill.

Mark Maganity, Mechatronics

Medallion for excellence, World Skills 2011

 

Victoria Richards, Floristry

Medallion for excellence, World Skills 2011

 

James Cuffey, Landscape Gardening

Silver medal, World Skills 2011