The City of Glasgow College student was one of eight finalists in the competition, which he described as “an incredible experience”.
He said: “I don’t think I quite realised how big an event it is and I was amazed at the range of skills and talent on display.
“Being involved in WorldSkills competitions has been a fantastic experience, which has benefited my work thanks to the training involved in getting ready for the competition, which meant I had to continually do a great job against the clock”.
He added: “City of Glasgow College and chief executive Paul Little said: “Raymond should be very proud indeed.
“Our students returned from WorldSkills with a total of 12 medals and I am delighted that their tremendous hard work has paid off”.
A total of 530 students and apprentices took part this year, competing over three days of intense competition across a range of core disciplines.