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 01/22/21 - Membership for Regional Competitions Due
01/22/21 - Regional Competition Registration Due

SkillsUSA Ohio

Regional Competitions

2021

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SkillsUSA Ohio will be hosting several meetings to provide updates on competitions including question and answer sessions.  We hope you will be able to join us in one of these meetings.  Click the corresponding link with the date(s) you would like to participate.  If you have any questions, please let us know.

 

February 16, 2021

2:30 – 3:30 pm

 

Microsoft Teams meeting

Join on your computer or mobile app

Click here to join the meeting

Join with a video conferencing device

682042763@t.plcm.vc

Video Conference ID: 119 121 291 1

Alternate VTC dialing instructions

Or call in (audio only)

+1 614-721-2972,,427805490#   United States, Columbus

Phone Conference ID: 427 805 490#

February 23, 2021

2:30 – 3:30 pm

 

Microsoft Teams meeting

Join on your computer or mobile app

Click here to join the meeting

Join with a video conferencing device

682042763@t.plcm.vc

Video Conference ID: 115 143 784 9

Alternate VTC dialing instructions

Or call in (audio only)

+1 614-721-2972,,986059407#   United States, Columbus

Phone Conference ID: 986 059 407#

November 19, 2020

As previously announced, regional competitions will be held virtually this year. Our plan moving forward will consist of an online test for the technical skilled contests. These tests will be comprised of employability skills and technical skilled trade questions, which will be administered by CETE. Leadership contests will go straight to state. We understand this is a new process for everyone and are aware there may be questions; therefore, we will be holding multiple virtual meetings in January to discuss how the process will work and address any concerns you may have.

 

We recognize this is not an ideal situation, but The Ohio Department of Education and SkillsUSA Ohio are committed to protecting the health, safety, and welfare of all its members and teachers while providing equitable opportunities for SkillsUSA Ohio members. We also echo the advice of Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Health in asking all Ohioans to engage in and promote the practice of everyday preventive actions.

 

We continue to ask for your patience while we develop the plans moving forward with this year’s regional competitions. As more information becomes available, we will provide updates through the SkillsUSA Ohio website and newsletter.

 

Thank you for your continued efforts on behalf of Ohio students.

 

Robert E. Kornack

Assistant Director

Office of Career-Technical Education, SkillsUSA Ohio Board of Directors President

 

 

October 6, 2020

 

 

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to persist in the U.S. and Ohio, raising numerous issues and questions to the reset and restart of Ohio education. In early August, the Ohio Department of Education Office of Career-Technical Education conducted a local school policies survey of Ohio high school principals regarding student participation in career-technical student organization events and competitions, including SkillsUSA. The survey data clearly shows that a majority of respondents have policies that limit or eliminate participation in events and competitions. Multiple meetings were held with host sites for regional competitions to gather additional feedback. After careful consideration of this information, all in-person regional competitions of SkillsUSA Ohio will be moved to a virtual delivery format.

 

We recognize this is not an ideal situation, but The Ohio Department of Education and SkillsUSA Ohio are committed to protecting the health, safety, and welfare of all its members and teachers while providing equitable opportunities for SkillsUSA Ohio members. We also echo the advice of Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health in asking all Ohioans to engage in and promote the practice of everyday preventive actions.

 

Currently, we ask for your patience while we develop the plans moving forward with this year’s regional competitions. As more information becomes available, we will provide updates through the SkillsUSA Ohio Newsletter.

 

Thank you for your continued efforts on behalf of Ohio students.

 

Robert E. Kornack

Assistant Director

Office of Career-Technical Education, SkillsUSA Ohio Board of Directors President

What Region Are You In?

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2021 Regional Competitions

being conducted virtually

(Written tests that will be comprised of employability skills and technical skilled trade questions, and will be administered by CETE)

REGIONAL AWARDS CEREMONIES WILL BE HELD ON FEB. 16:

Login Resources Provide By CETE

WEBSITE FOR TESTS:

https://skillsusa.webxam.org/Public/Login

Tests will be administered on February 10, 2021  beginning at 9:30 AM and closing at 10:45 AM

REGISTER HERE!

  • Advertising Design

  • Architectural Drafting

  • Automotive Refinishing

  • Automotive Service

  • Basic Health Care Skills

  • Carpentry

  • CNC Milling

  • CNC Technician

  • CNC Turning

  • Collision Repair

  • Cosmetology

  • Crime Scene Investigation
    (Team of 3)

  • Criminal Justice

  • Electrical Construction Wiring

  • Esthetics

  • First Aid/CPR

  • Industrial Motor Control

  • Information Technology Services

  • Medical Math

  • Medical Terminology

  • Nail Care

  • Nurse Assisting

  • Photography

  • TeamWorks (Team of 4)

  • Technical Drafting

  • Welding

  • Welding Fabrication (Team of 3)

Contests normally run at the Regional Level that will be Straight to State for 2021

  • Customer Service

  • Extemporaneous Speaking

  • Health Knowledge Bowl

  • Job Interview

  • Job Skill Demo A

  • Job Skill Demo Open

  • Opening & Closing Ceremony

  • Prepared Speech

  • Promotional Bulletin Board

Technical Skilled Outcomes for Test by Career Field

Please review the Competition Guidebook found at the top of the page for contests by Career Field

 

Construction

2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4

6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5

 

Health (revised)

2.1, 2.2, 2.3

3.1, 3.2, 3.4

4.1, 4.2

6.1, 6.2, 6.3

 

Transportation (revised)

2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4

 

Law & Public Safety (revised)

7.1, 7.2, 7.4,

8.1, 8.9

 

Arts & Communications

2.1, 2.4

3.4

4.5

Information Technology

2.1, 2.2, 2.5, 2.6, 2.10

 

Engineering & Manufacturing

6.1, 6.2

 

Human Services

2.1, 2.2

3.1, 3.2

 

Example

 

Student A is competing in the Electrical Construction Wiring contest and Student B is competing in the Criminal Justice contest. This means Student A will be taking the Construction Career Field test and Student B will be taking the Law & Public Safety Career Field test. To properly prepare, each student should review Strand 1 for each assigned Career Field. In addition, Student A and Student B should review and understand outcomes identified for their assigned Career Field in the table above.

 

Registration

 

Registration is now open. There are no major changes to the registration system for regional competitions. When registering students, you must include both the advisor’s and student’s email. This is to ensure that you receive the necessary login information for the student to take the test.

 

To broaden the student’s access to regional competitions, districts are not limited to how many competitors they may register for individual competitions. This only applies to this year’s regional competitions. With this open access to competitions, there will be no substitutions for this year’s regional competitions.

 

Registration cost for a school’s first three students per competition is $35.00. Any additional student registered will be $15.00. For example, a school registers 5 students to compete in the information technologies competition. The total cost of registration for the school is $135.00, $105.00 for the first three students and $30.00 for the remaining two.

 

Date and time of competition testing: February 10, 2021; All tests will be offered during the same time window.

 

Proctoring

 

All tests will be administered on the same day at the same time by CETE, the WebXam Vendor. All tests must be proctored in school with teacher or advisor present. Students will have 75 minutes to complete the test and will know their individual scores when completed. CETE will be available for any technical assistance before and the day of competition testing.

 

Login information will be emailed to the student and advisor the week before and the day before competition day. It is important that you use the correct email when registering each competitor. On the day of the test, students must login by the start time (TBD) to complete the test. Once completed, the student will be able to view their individual score.

 

Tiebreakers

 

Tiebreakers for regional tests are as follows:

1.      Pre-Selected questions

2.      Total time taken to complete the test

 

Grievances

 

Due to the nature of competitions this year, there will be no grievances for any regional competitions.

 

Award Ceremony

 

Each region will have a one-hour virtual award ceremony conducted by the regional officers. These ceremonies will be held the following week of competition date. Medals will be mailed to the school with a spreadsheet of the winners and their contests.

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2021 Regional Competition Announcements

 

NORTH

WEST

Apollo Career Center

EHOVE Career Center

Findlay City (Millstream CTC)

Four County Career Center

Lima Sr. HS

Madison Comprehensive HS

Mansfield City

Maritime Academy

Oregon City – Clay HS

Penta Career Center

Pioneer CTC

Sandusky HS

Sentinel CTC

Sylvania City

Toledo City

Toledo School for the Arts

Tri-Rivers Career Center

Vanguard Career Center

Vantage Career Center

Washington Local – Whitmer HS

NORTH

CENTRAL

Akron City

Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center

Bedford High School

Cleveland City

Cleveland Heights – University Heights

Cuyahoga Valley Career Center

East Cleveland City – Shaw HS

Four Cities Compact (Barberton HS, Norton HS, Wadsworth HS)

Lakewood City

Lorain City

Lorain County JVS

Maple Heights HS

Mayfield City

Medina County Career Center

Parma City

Polaris Career Center

Wayne County Career Center

NORTH

EAST

Alliance HS

Ashtabula County – A-Tech

Auburn Career Center

Canton South HS

Canton McKinley HS

Choffin Career Center

Columbiana County Career Center

East Liverpool HS

Euclid HS

Hoover HS

Jackson HS (Massillon)

Mahoning County CTC

Maplewood Career Center

Massillon Washington HS

Mentor HS

Perry HS

Portage Lakes Career Center

R. G. Drage Career Center

Six District – Roosevelt HS

Trumbull CTC

Willoughby-Eastlake Tech Center

SOUTH

WEST

Butler Tech/D. Russel Lee

Butler Tech/Colerain HS

Butler Tech/Fairfield HS

Butler Tech/Northwest

Butler Tech/Ross HS

Butler Tech School of Arts

Cincinnati Woodward HS

Diamond Oaks CDC

Greene County Career Center

Greenville Sr. HS

Kettering-Fairmont HS

Laurel Oaks CDC

Live Oaks CDC

Miami Valley CTC

Ohio Hi-Point Career Center

Ponitz Career Technology Center

Scarlet Oaks CDC

Springfield-Clark CTC

Stebbins HS

Tolles CTC

Tri-Star Career Compact

Upper Valley Career Center

Warren County Career Center

SOUTH

CENTRAL

Buckeye Hills Career Center

Collins Career Center

Columbus Downtown HS

Columbus Fort Hayes

Dawson-Bryant HS

Delaware Area Career Center

Eastland Career Center

Fairfield Career Center

Grant Career Center

Lancaster HS

Ohio Valley CTC

Pickaway-Ross CTC

Pike County CTC

Scioto County

South-Western Career Academy

Southern Hills Career Center

SOUTH

EAST

Belmont Career Center

Buckeye Career Center

C-TEC of Licking County

Coshocton County Career Center

Jefferson County JVS

Knox County Career Center

Meigs High School

Mid-East CTC/Buffalo Campus

Mid-East CTC/Zanesville Campus

Morgan High School

Swiss Hills Career Center

Tri-County Career Center

Washington County Career Center