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STAGECOACH

February 25-26, 2022
Virtual via Zoom

STAGECOACH is NOT a qualifier for the State Championships. It is a standalone practice event that is not related in any way to Regional Conference, Qualifying Contests, or State Championships.”

Event information

Event Director: Daniel Kelly

Contact: daniel.kelly@azed.gov

Registration Closes: February 15, 2022

Registration Cost:

  • $10.00 per Student

  • $0 per Advisor

Location: conducted virtually via Zoom

important Dates

Contest Scopes Published: February 18, 2022

Contest Schedules Published: February 21, 2022

Conference Date: February 25-26, 2022

Feedback/Scores Published: February 28, 2022

Clothing Requirements

SkillsUSA Official Attire or business professional.

 

For more information, please download the Clothing Classification PDF.

Payment Address

SkillsUSA Arizona
PO Box 1440
Owasso, OK 74055


Payment Note: SkillsUSA Arizona intends to be as flexible as possible for this event and will accept payment after the event concludes. We will also fully refund any chapter that becomes entirely no longer able to participate in the event.

Pre-Recorded Workshops

As added programming for the event, we will be providing two 45-minute pre-recorded coaching workshops. These workshops are presented by Curtis Haley, a former CTSO competition champion, veteran presenter and speaker, and owner of his own company, BEYOND Consulting.

The first will be released on February 16th and will provide useful presentation skills to help prepare students to succeed during their STAGECOACH contest.

The second will be released on February 28th and will focus on how students can take the feedback and experience they’ve gained, improve upon their skills, and do even better at the State Leadership and Skills Conference and beyond.

Both recordings will be sent to each registered chapter to use either in the classroom, or for students to watch independently. Each workshop will also come with a learning worksheet to make it easy to use each workshop as a full lesson in your classroom. Each workshop will cover useful skills that can benefit all your students, not just those registered for STAGECOACH.

Important Links
Conference Info Sheet

Conference Registration
Judge Sign-Up


Contestant Information
Contests are expected to follow the 2022 SkillsUSA Technical Standards. However, due to time constraints, some contests may be shortened or certain elements eliminated due to facilities and/or time. All advisors are encouraged to contact the regional coordinator to determine if tools or other information is necessary for the contest.
 

To access the Technical Standards Guide, navigate to SkillsUSA Absorb, log in using your professional membership credentials, click on the green box that says, "Professional Member Benefits," and then on the "2021-2022 Professional Members Benefits Package." This gives you access to the Technical Standards which are broken into the Introduction Materials; Leadership Development Career Competitions; Occupationally Related Career Competitions and the Skilled and Technical Sciences Career Competitions

Contest List

Friday, February 25, 2022 (Team Contests)
Career Pathways Showcase

  • Arts and Communication

  • Human Services

  • Industrial and Engineering Technology

  • Information Technology

Chapter Display
Opening and Closing Ceremonies
Promotional Bulletin Board

Saturday, February 26, 2022 (Individual Contests)
Action Skills
Customer Service
Employment Application Process
Extemporaneous Speaking
Job Interview
Job Skill Demonstration A
Job Skill Demonstration Open
Prepared Speech

 

Contests will be scheduled between 8am and 3pm on Friday, and between 9am and 3pm on Saturday. Final schedules will be released on February 21, 2022.

Award Information

Feedback and/or scoring information will be released on February 28, 2022. Medals for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place will be awarded for each contest. Medals will be presented during the State Leadership and Skills Conference.