June 21, 2024

Hotel, Rezeption, Schlüssel

WorldSkills 2022: Carina Warisch wins “Medallion for Excellence” in the reception area

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A sense of accomplishment for ‘Team Austria’ at the WorldSkills World Championships currently taking place: Hotel receptionist Carina Warisch from ‘harry’s home’ in Vienna, won the ‘Medallion for Excellence’ at the reception in Montreux (Switzerland) despite her illness. This honors participants who did not finish in the ranks of medals, but were honored for their particularly outstanding performance, as the successful Austrian starter was able to firmly take seventh place in the competition.

Representatives of the hotel and restaurant trade associations said, Hans Spritzofer And the Mario Bolker. “Skilled Austrian workers have vocational training as a starting point – our dual vocational training, unique in the world, prepares them well for the tasks. Fostering our young talents in this competition is also a great opportunity for our companies and to advertise like an employer,” said the officials.

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© World Skills Lower Austria receives the “Medal of Excellence”

Jerrold Rueda, National Dedicated Training Manager for Hospitality Trade Associations and on-site coordinator, is particularly proud of the outstanding achievement and would like to take this opportunity to thank our dedicated coaches Peter Wolf and Miché Thalhamer for their months of support and preparation. “The coaches pass on their specialized knowledge and many years of experience to our participants and encourage them to reach new heights,” emphasizes Royda.

After the cancellation of Shanghai, WorldSkills competitions are taking place all over the world. For the first time in history, the World Skills Championships will be held in 15 countries. In addition to Austria, these will be Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Italy, Japan, Canada, Luxembourg, Sweden, Switzerland, South Korea, the United States and the United Kingdom. Austria competes in the “Skills Around the World” edition with 45 young professionals competing in 39 professions with more than 1,000 colleagues from all over the world.

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