WorldSkills 2019 is well underway, and Team UK's competitors bought their passion, determination and nerves of steel with them to day two.
Konnar Doyle was in the zone in the visual merchandising competition.
Issac Khan, one of the three competitors for the manufacturing team challenge, measures with precision.
WorldSkills 2019: Team UK
Haydn Jacks (if you can spot him behind the helicopter) had another great day on aircraft maintenance.
Tonicha Roberts is the UK's hope for chemical laboratory technology – this year is the first time that WorldSkills UK has entered a competitor this skill.
Lewis Greenwood starts on his second task in the bricklaying competition.
Orlando Rawlings works on a unit in refrigeration and air conditioning – he said today was tough, but expected tomorrow to be even tougher.
Liz Newcombe shaping twigs and flowers into something beautiful in floristry.
Ross Megahy, who brought home a bronze in EuroSkills Budapest last year, works hard on mechanical engineering CAD.
Curtis Johnson concentrates hard over on plastering and dry wall systems.