DENSO to Compete in WorldSkills Championship

July 15, 2019
DENSO announced last week that two North American employees were selected to participate in this year's WorldSkills Championship competition.

July 15, 2019—DENSO announced last week that two North American employees were selected to participate in this year's WorldSkills Championship competition.

Adriana Velázquez and Jonathan Hernández will join thousands of young professionals from more than 60 countries as they compete across 56 different skill sets in Kazan, Russia.

At the championship, Velázquez will compete in Plastic Die Engineering and Hernández will show his skills in Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Millin. Every two years, WorldSkills hosts its world championships, which attracts competitors from all corners of the globe for the chance to win a medal in their chosen skill. Participants demonstrate their vocational education and training across six skill sectors – Construction and Building Technology, Creative Arts and Fashion, Information and Communication Technology, Manufacturing and Engineering Technology, Social and Personal Services, and Transportation and Logistics.

To date, DENSO associates have won 32 gold medals. 

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