The Peel Skills Challenge (PSC) is a board-wide event that enables students from the Peel District School Board to obtain authentic experiential, hands-on learning opportunities for students in grades 4 to 12. In the past few years, the event has grown from a one-day gathering for a few schools to a three-day event, boosting participation to over 1,200 students.
Participation in the PSC provides students with the opportunity to work collaboratively, demonstrate their skills and showcase enthusiasm for their potential career pathways, in fields including baking, auto service technology, fashion design, robotics, electronics, hairstyling and more.
The PSC is also the board’s qualifying event for the Ontario Skills Competition which is sponsored by Skills Canada - Ontario.
Peel Skills Challenge for students in grades 4 to 8
The 16th annual PSC for students in grades 4 to 8 was held at Glenforest South on April 3 and 4, 2019.
Michael Pryce at [email protected]
Daniel Ambury at [email protected]
Swarnaly Banerjeemodi at [email protected]
Peel Skills Challenge for secondary students
The 16th annual PSC for secondary students was held at Louise Arbour Secondary School on Tuesday, March 19, 2019.
Mashelle Kaukab at [email protected]
Wendy Musial at [email protected]
Vizarat Shaikh at [email protected]
How to Participate
Provincial & National Competitions
Visit https://bitly.com/peelskills for more information about the Peel Skills Challenge.