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Okanagan College students bring home bronze

On May 31st, the Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC) kicked off in Winnipeg, where trade and technology students competed for national titles.

Three Okanagan College students attended the competition after winning gold medals in April at the Skills Canada BC Provincial Competition in Abbotsford.

Each returned home with bronze medals, thanks to the help of coaches and instructors at Okanagan College.

<who> Okanagan College </who> Brendan Battersby, pictured left, with his coach Ron Light

Brendan Battersby, a recent graduate from the Network and Telecommunications Engineering Technology program, placed third in the IT Network Admin competition.

<who> Okanagan College </who> Andreas Roth, pictured right, with his coach Danny Marques

Andreas Roth, a Level 3 Motor Vehicle Body Repairer apprentice, took home his bronze medal after competing in the Autobody competition.

<who> Okanagan College </who> Siobhan Detkavich

Siobhan Detkavish is currently completing her Level 2 Professional Cook apprenticeship, and placed third in the Cooking competition.

For more information on SCNC, check out their website.

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