TWA brings industry and tradespeople together to create awareness and support for women working in the male dominated trade industry.
Our goal is to increase diversity within the Australian trade workforce by increasing the overall percentage of women in trades, To increase the representation of women in your workforce contact us now
The Australian Government has a National Skills Needs List (NSNL) which highlight’s 65 jobs with shortages. Australia needs more tradies! Ladies, you can check out the list here –
The National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER) has released the latest figures on apprentice and trainee numbers in the March 2017 quarter – Commencements in apprenticeships have dropped 44% since 2013 and completions have dropped 49.9%.
Research from the Department of Human Services explains Diversity is central to innovation. “It brings forth new and better ways of doing things, helps us to harness the benefits of technology and improve the efficiency and quality of our services. Inclusion is the key to unlocking this potential.
When we value workplace diversity and inclusion we see benefits such as higher employee engagement, improved performance, greater innovation, retention of talent, improved employee wellbeing and lower levels of unlawful behaviour such as harassment and discrimination.”