To help our youths be given positive affirmation by the society and demonstrate their training results, our country started to hold the 1st National Skills Competition in 1968. Since then, it’s been held every year to provide a stage for the excellent to compete together in a national scale competition. Lots of vocational training institutions, vocational schools and commercial and industrial enterprises nominated competitors to participate in this annual grand event of skills training and education. The best out of the National Skills Competition are selected to represent Taiwan to compete at WorldSkills Competition and WorldSkills Asia. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, for the 51st National Skills Competition, its venue will not be Kaohsiung Exhibition Center as scheduled, and the Competition is postponed to the end of 2021 (no later than the beginning of 2022). To comply with the epidemic prevention regulations of Level 2 alert, the Competition will be organized by assigning skills competitions to multiple venues and different periods. The timeline of each skills competition will be announced at the Skill Evaluation Center’s website.(https://www.wdasec.gov.tw/) At the 51st National Skills Competition, there will be 57 skills in youth team (age limit of 21, for some skills, it’s 24) and 12 skills in junior team (age from 12 to15), over 800 Competitors in total will participate in the grand event.