The Women in Trades campaign will serve to create a conversation on the importance of promoting women in this industry.
I believe, by educating the young minds of today about the importance of inclusive work cultures, we can have an extraordinary impact on the future of the industry for everyone.
Skills Ontario has grown to become a well-known charity that reaches millions of Ontarians annually.
CWB Welding Foundation discusses how diversity in the welding industry ensures a brighter future.
The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) is a polytechnic institute that offers top-of-the-line tech-based training in trades.
Kelly Hoey, Executive Director of the ApprenticeSearch.com, discusses how the non-profit is helping to address the barriers to apprenticeship for people across Ontario.
Due to a slew of socioeconomic factors, jobs in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC-R) are not traditionally regarded as roles for women.
To secure a bright future, the skilled trades sector needs to revamp their accessibility and open more doors for women.
The Progressive Contractors Association of Canada (PCA) encourages women to make construction their first career choice.
To prosper long term and fill looming employment gaps, recruitment in skilled trades sectors must diversify and adapt to societal change.
Women in Renewable Energy discuss the importance of innovation, diversity, and providing resources to advance the renewable energy sector.
Mediaplanet spoke with Tracy Primeau about the opportunities in Canada’s nuclear industry, working with Indigenous communities, and more.
The construction sector has evolved to include a huge range of career paths accessible to a diverse pool of individuals. Here’s how the CCA is driving home that message.
LiUNA eliminates barriers for women in the trades, and builds a diverse and inclusive workforce whilst highlighting the opportunities in the skilled trades.