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Alberta Skills Competition Results

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On May 10-11, the annual Alberta Skills Competition took place at the Edmonton EXPO Centre.

Secondary and post-secondary students from across the province competed in skilled trade and technology categories ranging from computer animation and robotics to autobody repair and car painting.

The autobody repair and car painting competitions consisted of a number of different projects to test competitors’ skills. In the car painting competition, students had to complete tasks including preparing and painting a raw composite bumper, masking a fender for re-spray and removing all defects from the paint of a painted hood. In the autobody repair competition, participants were asked to complete a mock rocker panel section, a dimensional assessment, a structural composite repair, metal repair and an aluminum riveting and welding project.

In the secondary Autobody Repair competition, the medalists were Matteo Medoro of St. Joseph’s High School (gold), Jordan Wong of Jack James High School (silver) and Bryanna Stautzenberger, also of Jack James High School (bronze).

In the post-secondary Auto body Repair competition, the medalists were Carolina Mckervey of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (gold), Cody Collison of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (silver) and Muhammad Afzal, also of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (bronze).

In the secondary Car Painting competition, the medalists were Christopher Pittman of Forest Lawn High School (gold), Owen Letondre of Jack James High School (silver) and Jade Peterson of CT Centre (bronze).

In the post-secondary Car Painting competition, the medalists were Jarred Upshaw of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (gold), Colton Berdahl (silver) and Dawson Horyn (bronze), both of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology.

Gold medalists from provincial competitions across the country will advance to the Skills Canada National Competition held at the RBC Convention Centre in Winnipeg on June 1 and 2.

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