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National Training Center for WorldSkills Competition Inaugurated in Hopes of Cultivating More Top Competitive Athletes

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The National Training Center for WorldSkills Competition was officially unveiled on June 9, 2017 at the Yunlin-Chiayi-Tainan Regional Branch of the Workforce Development Agency, Ministry of Labor. Labor Minister Lin Mei-chu took the time traveling south to participate in the inauguration ceremony and expressed great hopes that the training center will become a pillar of support for athletes by strengthening their skills and mindset through more professional and diversified training methods, thereby ultimately cultivating greater numbers of outstanding competitive athletes.

 Minister Lin Mei-chu stated that, in order to enhance the competitive strength of Taiwan’s national athletes, the Ministry of Labor's Workforce Development Agency has been actively planning the establishment of the National Training Center for WorldSkills Competition at its Yunlin-Chiayi-Tainan Regional Branch since three years ago. Now that the Center has been officially unveiled, it will serve as the central hub for training national athletes and coordinating related matters. In the future, the Center will also formulate a training network that spans across different regions in Taiwan to effectively integrate training resources for the planning of diversified, high density training and courses. This will effectively enhance the different capabilities of athletes and facilitate technical upgrading and attitude adjustment, thereby achieving the highest possible training benefits at the lowest of costs in the training of key professional talents for the nation.