WorldSkills – is a global non-commercial movement purporting to improve the prestige of blue-collar trades and advance vocational training. WorldSkills takes place in the form of professional skills contests held in every of 77 WorldSkills International, participant countries as well as internationally.
As of now, this is the largest global competition known worldwide involving young skilled technicians and university and college workers. Entries to the contest are judged by a jury of renowned professionals, experts, masters of shop-floor training and coaches.
For the first time, competitions in Space Systems Engineering took place in Russia in 2016. SPUTNIX, a company with a track record both as a space systems developer and as a host of engineering contests, supported the event in the capacity of Chief Industrial Partner and has since taken part in all events as an industrial partner and an expert providing onsite support.
Target equipment for championships comprises the Orbicraft satellite construction set and Terra integrated space environment simulators.
Documentation on conducting championships of competence of space systems engineering