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Contest Updates

Each contest guideline (technical standard) is able to be updated or revised by the technical committee. All updates for all SkillsUSA National and Georgia Only contests will be posted here. Please check this site continuously leading up to SLSC for the most up to date contest information. Contests Updates stand as the final and official contest guidelines. 

2/14: Trial Advocacy

Lays out the assignments for trail advocacy

2/14: Carpentry

Provides an outline of the contest procedures and a few amendments to the National Technical Standards

2/14: Digital Production Prompt

Prompt for the 2020 Digital Cinema Production contest. Prompt was emailed to all advisors with registered competitors on 2/14.

2/14: TV/Video Production Prompt

Prompt for the 2020 TV/Video Production contest. Prompt was emailed to all advisors with registered competitors on 2/14.

2/14: Audio/Radio Production Prompt

Prompt for the 2020 Audio/Radio Production contest. Prompt was emailed to all advisors with registered competitors on 2/14.

2/13: Robotics & Automation Technology

Specifies setup procedures for the display

2/13: Woodworking Display

Specifies setup procedures for the display

2/13: Metalworking Drafting Display

Specifies setup procedures for the display

2/13: Mechanical Drafting Display

Specifies setup procedures for the display

2/13: Construction Technology Display

Specifies setup procedures for the display

2/13: Architectural Drafting Display

Specifies setup procedures for the display

2/13: Computer Programming

Details an amendment to the National Technical Standards as well as contest procedures.

2/12: Technical Computer Applications

Only a written test will be given at SLSC. 

2/12: Barbering

Provides updated contest rules and procedures. Gives competitors an overview of supplies needed for the contest as well as the individual haircuts being judged.

2/10: Automotive Electronics/Ignition

Provides an updated start time for the hands-on portion of the contest. Contest will now begin at 8am on Friday.

2/10: Automotive Brakes

Provides an updated start time for the hands-on portion of the contest. Contest will now begin at 8am on Friday.

2/7: Diesel Equipment Technology

A written test will be given on Thursday. The contest will begin at 12pm on the expo floor, following the test.

2/5: T-Shirt Design (National)

Outlines the details of the contest submission. Competitors are encouraged to bring a paper copy of their design to the contest location at their assigned time along with a copy of their resume.

2/5: Pin Design (National)

Outlines the details of the contest submission. Competitors are encouraged to bring a paper copy of their design to the contest location at their assigned time along with a copy of their resume.

1/30: Legal Service Knowledge (11th & 12th)

Provides competitors with a detailed study guide for topics covered on the Legal Service Knowledge (11th & 12th) Test.

1/30: Legal Service Knowledge (9th & 10th)

Provides competitors with a detailed study guide for topics covered on the Legal Service Knowledge (9th & 10th) Test.

1/24: Medical Math

Calculator Usage at SLSC will be governed by the ACT calculator policy (see attached)

1/24: Construction Math

Calculator Usage at SLSC will be governed by the ACT calculator policy (see attached)

1/24: Mathematical Applications

Calculator Usage at SLSC will be governed by the ACT calculator policy (see attached)

1/24: Mathematical Concepts

Calculator Usage at SLSC will be governed by the ACT calculator policy (see attached)

1/24: Related Technical Math

Calculator Usage at SLSC will be governed by the ACT calculator policy (see attached)

1/24: Esthetics

Updated procedures, tool requirements and general comments on the Esthetics Contest.

1/16: Collision Repair Technology 

A list of minimum items needs for technicians to bring to the State Leadership and Skills Conference has been provided by the contest chair. If contestants cannot meet these requirements, please reach out to the contact listed in the update. 

1/16: Automotive Refinishing Technology 

A list of minimum items needs for technicians to bring to the State Leadership and Skills Conference has been provided by the contest chair. If contestants cannot meet these requirements, please reach out to the contact listed in the update. 

12/16: Motorcycle Service Technology

A list of tools has been updated for competitions to bring with them on Friday. Please review the attached tool list. Please note that some tools are recommended but not required.

12/6: Photography

All Photography competitions should refer to the photography rules, posted on the SkillsUSA Georgia Championships Page for guidelines regarding the photography contest at SLSC. Contestants should note that the photography contest will only consist of a written test and (2) photograph submissions.

2/19: Industrial Motor Control

Provides a list of tools for competitors to bring to the contest

2/19: CNC Milling Specialist

Provides a list of tools for competitors to bring to the contest

2/19: CNC Turning Specialist

Provides a list of tools for competitors to bring to the contest

2/19: CNC Technician

Provides a list of tools for competitors to bring to the contest

2/19: Masonry

Provides a list of tools for competitors to bring to the contest

2/19: Sheet Metal

Details contest procedures and materials used in the contest

2/19: TeamWorks

Details the contest procedure and provides a process overview

2/19: Technical Drafting

Provides an overview of the scope of the contest