SkillsUSA California Regionional
Leadership & Skill Conference
Demonstration Video Submission
REGIONAL DEMONSTRATION VIDEO SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS
Your contest will not run live at the Regional Leadership and Skill Conference (RLSC). To be eligible to advance to state you will need to submit a video demonstration as your entry into your contest. YOU ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PHYSICALLY ATTEND THE RLSC. Entries will be judged and placement will be awarded and posted with all other regional contest results using the following contest criteria:
____ You must be registered for your chosen contest through the SkillsUSA CA registration site
by November 22, 2019.
____ Prepare a 5-7 minute video demonstrating your knowledge of the competencies
described in the regional contest catalog and SkillsUSA contest technical standards.
____ Include a scan/picture of student school identification.
____ Include a resume in PDF format.
____ Include assigned contestant number. (This will be emailed to your chapter advisor) For team
contests, you will only need to enter one contestant name and team contestant number on the
form. All team members need to be present in the video.
____ Use standards in the link above to prepare a demonstration video.
____ Upload video in MP4 format on the state website.
____ The deadline to submit is 6:00 pm the evening before your live regional conference.
Late entries will not be accepted. A confirmation email receipt will appear and the end of the submission form. Results will be posted on the website with all regional event scores.
SkillsUSA Championships Technical Standards are the official rules of all Nationally recognize contests. The official Technical Standards can be found on the SkillsUSA Registration Site by logging in with your paid professional membership and Pin number (retrieval guide found here). Please be sure to reference the Technical Standards for the current school year, as they are updated on an annual basis by the National SkillsUSA Staff.
Please note that all California Only contests are governed by their own rules not found in the national technical standards. These contest rules can be found on the state website. CLICK HERE