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THEO Paphitis, star of BBC’s Dragons’ Den and patron of WorldSkills UK is calling on the UK’s most talented apprentices to put their skills to the test and enter the WorldSkills UK national competitions.

They are run in a range of industries including construction, engineering, creative, IT and business administration.

The competitions are open to those who are working towards or have recently completed Level 2, 3, or 4 qualifications in their related skill.

Mr Paphitis said: ‘By entering WorldSkills UK competitions, together we can showcase and celebrate the high levels of talent entering the UK’s workforce.

‘I hope this will show everyone how apprenticeships and vocational training can lead to worthwhile and valuable careers.’

Find out more at worldskillsuk.org.