April 5 – 8, 2018
Corpus Christi, TX
Contests held atAmerican Bank Center Craft Training Center of the Coastal Bend Del Mar College Omni Hotel Radisson Hotel Texas A&M University
Online Substitution Form_distributed Substitutions must be sent to the state office via email , firstname.lastname@example.org, before 5:00 pm on March 23rd.
Liability Form This form should be sent home with the student to be completed and then entered online. Liability information not online will cause students to be unable to compete. Every person registered must have this form completed online.
For each contest, the new “SkillsUSA: Clothing and Tools” app includes an overview, clothing requirements, and eligibility and safety guidelines, as well as lists the specific tools, equipment or materials that contestants need to provide. The app is available now in both the Apple Store: http://apple.co/2dtlb8d and the Google Play Store: http://bit.ly/2e5fRec.
Always prepare your students by reading the newest edition of contest guidelines.
Texas Regulations are found on this web site. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on “Texas Regulations”. National contests are listed in the national technical standards free to download for all professional members.
Check the contest page for state contest updates. Check your district page for district contest information.
We understand that with the advancement of technology, that some of our competitive events would want to embrace the use of drones to capture video. Some things you need to think about. Most of the video competitions will be taking place inside public buildings, in limited space with the public watching. All of this will entail the liability of the individual/school/event coordinator becoming liable if there is an occurrence that would possibly cause damage to property or bodily injury. Since these drones are subject to direction by the user the chance of operator error would be too great for SkillsUSA Texas to permit their use at this time. Most public buildings have strict prohibitions on the use of drones in their buildings.