SB TireCraft Enfield needed an apprentice who wanted to learn all aspects of the trade, would value the community, and the integrity of the business. The Office to Advance Women Apprentices matched them with a direct entry apprentice from the corridor community.
The Nova Scotia Office to Advance Women Apprentices helps women like Kaitlin find the right job in the skilled trades for their future. Connect with the office and learn how we can support you to find your dream job!
The Office to Advance Women Apprentices works closely with the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency (NSAA) and specifically the Women in Trades (WIT) team.
Partnerships with unions like the United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters Local 254 improve opportunities for tradeswomen and ensure they’re receiving the benefits they need to succeed.
With our partners at the Canada’s Building Trades Unions and Manitoba Building Trades, we’re building success for tradeswomen all across Manitoba.
Tiana Bird wants to help people in her community and her journey to become a Red Seal plumber is just the beginning. Read her story and start on your own path!
Meet Maggie Budden the coordinator of the Cape Breton Office to Advance Women Apprentices. She will help women find resources and success in the skilled trades.
Find out how our organizations are working together to improve the opportunities and outcomes of tradeswomen throughout the province.
The story of one young apprentice who – with support from the Office to Advance Women Apprentices and Boilermakers Local 203 – found her dream job.
Guy J Bailey Ltd. can boast about its strides and work with the Office to Advance Women Apprentices to include diversity and inclusion as part of the company’s mandate.
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