State Qualifying Event:
Skilled and Technical
Competitors are judged on their skills, speed, use of correct safety measures and the ability to interact personally with the patient(s). The competition consists of various stations associated with skills that may be found in an ambulatory medical office or clinic. The competitors are judged on general office skills, communication skills, patient education, knowledge of anatomy and physiology, knowledge of medical terminology, instruments, medical equipment and on procedures and techniques found in an ambulatory medical office or clinic. Competitors are given a scenario which requires action. They should be able to read scenarios, assess the supplies/equipment and/or situation in a short period of time and execute the skill required for that situation within +B73the given time limit. Documentation, grammar, correct pronunciation and spelling count in all stations.
The career competitions of the SkillsUSA Illinois Championships follow the current edition of the SkillsUSA Technical Standards. These are available to professional members (advisors and teachers) as a membership benefit following their submission of membership.