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Region Online Testing

Region Online Testing is available from January 9 to January 11, 2024. 

Click the competition below to begin testing. 

TeamWorks Testing

At the conclusion of the Skills Challenges, SkillsUSA Georgia will opened online testing to previously registered TeamWorks teams that did not place first at their Alliance. Teams are encouraged to take the online exam (just like in previous years) to qualify for the remaining two TeamWorks team slots at SLSC.

To secure one of the remaining three TeamWorks spots at SLSC, all four team members must complete their designated test by January 11, 2024. Individual scores will be averaged to determine a team score, and the top three team scores will earn the remaining three qualifying spots for SLSC. This online exam is open to all construction training programs, whether or not they participated in the AGC Skills Challenges. The last three qualifiers will be announced on January 12, 2024.

Wild Card Testing

All region contests will have an optional testing component. The test that will be offered will be a general SkillsUSA knowledge test (similar to the Professional Development test). The test scores will be used to fill slots that didn't fill due to lack of participation in other regions. 

In other words, taking this test could be your ticket to SLSC! 

Please note that there is no registration for Wild Card Testing. Students should enter their information in the fields requested in the testing platform. 

Testing directions can be accessed by clicking the below button. Please feel free to share these directions with your proctor. 

Proctor Form





Student Supervision Verification Letter

SkillsUSA requires each school chapter to have one advisor or adult chaperone for every ten students. When participating in SkillsUSA events, there must be a school employee present for each school registered. SkillsUSA requires each school to have a male and female chaperone if traveling with both male and female students. A female advisor cannot travel without a male chaperone or advisor if traveling with all male students. A male advisor cannot travel without a female chaperone or advisor if traveling with all female students. If a male or female advisor from different schools are sharing the responsibility of supervising their male and female students, each advisor must submit a letter from their school principal or CTAE director. This letter must be on school letterhead, with the principal and/or CTAE director’s signature, stating that both schools agree to the shared responsibility of supervising male and female students. Each advisor must complete the form and submit their individual letter. The letters must be submitted by the registration deadline. The upload will be labeled as Student Supervision Verification Upload. Each conference will have a link to upload the Student Supervision Verification letter. 

The deadline to upload this form is your region's registration deadline. 

Registration, Personal and Liability Release Form 

All Registration, Personal and Liability Release forms of all conference-registered school representatives (including, but not limited to instructors, participants, chaperones and observers) will remain in the possession of the advisor at all times during the SkillsUSA Conference. Have your SkillsUSA Members participating submit this to you when  they return their field trip absence form.

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