The Office to Advance Women Apprentices works closely with the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency (NSAA) and specifically the Women in Trades (WIT) team.
With our partners at the Canada’s Building Trades Unions and Manitoba Building Trades, we’re building success for tradeswomen all across Manitoba.
Find out how our organizations are working together to improve the opportunities and outcomes of tradeswomen throughout the province.
Career Development Services and the Office to Advance Women Apprentices work together to help women find their dream jobs in PEI.
Kelli is a Nova Scotia Trailblazer for women in construction. The Office to Advance Women Apprentices is delighted to have Kelli be part of the office’s founding advisory committee.
The Local actively supports its women members and has worked closely with our office to help many of them find work.
The Manitoba Construction Sector Council has been a true ally to our team since we opened in 2019.
Progressive, engaging, supportive and committed. That’s how the Office to Advance Women Apprentices describes the Atlantic Canada Regional Council of Carpenters Millwrights and Allied Workers (ACRC).
As New Brunswick faces a labour shortage due to an aging population set to retire in droves in the next decade, an organization designed to help employers find skilled trades workers has opened shop in the province.
The CBTU is invested in diversifying the workforce! Find out more about our partnership and how we’re working together to get more women employed in the trades.
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