Promoting young talent in the trade industry

Get your measurements right with the best tool!

Get your measurements right with the best tool!
If the quality of your technical work is important to you, precise measuring is the foundation for a perfect result. As a producer of quality tools for construction professionals and a specialist in measurement technology, the promotion of young talent in the trade industry is a topic that is very close to our hearts. This is why STABILA supports organisations that champion trade professions on both a national and international level. Our trainers pass on their knowledge and experience in the areas of levelling and distance measurements to young tradespeople at a host of educational establishments.

STABILA in training centres

An important element of our promotion of young talent is the provision of training at vocational schools and training centres with a focus on the trade industry. Our trainers would be more than happy to pay a visit to your training centre too, giving your students the opportunity to try out all the measuring tools for themselves and learn how to use them properly.

If you are interested, simply send an e-mail to info@stabila.de with the subject “Promotion of young talent” and apply.

STABILA in training centres
STABILA in training centres
World Skills Competitions

World Skills Competitions

Did you know that there is probably a national team for your trade profession? Many young tradespeople take part in both national and international competitions, including the German championship and preliminaries, the European championship and the world championship. In many cases, just a few millimetres can make the difference between success and defeat, so it pays not make any compromises when it comes to choosing your measuring equipment and to opt for only the best measuring tools.

This is why we support national teams representing a variety of trades with high-quality measuring tools from our product range. All STABILA products are developed and refined in close collaboration with professional tradespeople. Direct feedback from young tradespeople who work with our tools on a regular basis is also extremely important to us and helps shape our product development.

The competitions
More information about the national and international competitions can be found at:
World Skills  | › World Skills 2019  | › Euro Skills  | › Euro Skills 2018  | › World Skills UK  | › Skills USA  | › World Skills Canada  | › World Skills Australia  | › World Skills South Africa  | › World Skills New Zealand

Good training makes for a good performance

Good training makes for a good performance
STABILA sends its own team of trainers to many competitions to provide participants with advice and support, and many nations rely on STABILA's products at both European and world championships.

Award-winning competition participants

Timo Schön

Timo Schön
World Skills 2017 participant
Team Germany – Concrete construction worker
Silver medal World Skills 2017

Medin Murati

Medin Murati
World Skills 2017 participant
Team Germany – Concrete construction worker
Silver medal World Skills 2017

Christoph Rapp

Christoph Rapp
Euro Skills 2018 participant
Team Germany – Bricklayer
Gold medal Euro Skills 2018

Alexander Schmidt

Alexander Schmidt
Euro Skills 2018 participant
Team Germany – Stucco plasterer
Gold medal Euro Skills 2018

Cedric Knöpfle

Cedric Knöpfle
Euro Skills 2018 participant
Team Germany – Tiler
Bronze medal Euro Skills 2018

Training at the STABILA Campus

Even the German national team for the building trade has to train on a regular basis. And what better location than our training centre in the German town of Annweiler. Here, participants in the competitions can undergo intensive training and prepare for the championships. We are especially proud of the fact that our measuring tools have helped many of the world's best tradespeople to unlock their full potential and achieve the very best performance.

More information about the STABILA Campus …

A good tool makes for good work: impressions of the training courses and competitions