• NextGen superstar & WorldSkills Silver medallist, Ryan Harris.
    NextGen superstar & WorldSkills Silver medallist, Ryan Harris.

NextGen apprentices dominated the national WorldSkills refrigeration competition in 2021 with the winners gearing up to compete overseas,

The results are further proof that NextGen apprentices are making an impact.

The gold medal winner at WorldSkills was Cam Harrison from Brisbane, Queensland.

WorldSkills silver medalist, Ryan Harris, made the NextGen Top 20 in the year 2020.

Harris is a 22-year-old technician based in Canberra.

He has completed his apprenticeship  and with his new skill set is keen to take on more challenging roles.

He loves the trade because there is so much variety.

The bronze medal at WorldSkills went to another NextGen Top 20 winner from 2020, Tom Clancy of Perth, Western Australia.

The medal winners will compete in the 46th WorldSkills International in Shanghai in October 2022 as part of Team Australia.

Finally, the WorldSkills certificate of excellence went to yet another NextGen winner, Jared Tesch of North Queensland.

Tesch has now completed his apprenticeship and is keen to continue his education in refrigeration engineering.  ✺

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