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“My dad is an electrician himself and has told me I would be happier with another career path, and my teachers all believe it’s not the path I should take, because I’m a woman.” Research released on the barriers faced by females wanting to enter male dominated trades has
The development of Australia’s Green Energy Industry will provide a major opportunity to address the entrenched barriers against women entering traditional male dominated trades in Australia. Managing Director of Tradeswomen Australia, Fiona McDonald, who will speak at the Clean Energy Council online national summit today said “with Australia’s Green Energy
Media Release 5 August 2020 Tradeswomen Australia Backs Government’s COVID-19 Strategies ‘Operation Protect and Preserve’ Tradeswomen Australia today said it is vital to support the Federal and Victorian Government’s strategies against coronavirus and has welcomed the Government’s support for apprentices and employees. Fiona McDonald, Managing Director
It is vital to maintain as many apprenticeships as possible to retain the skill levels to rebuild the national social and economic foundations of Australia.
MacKenzie Gulland, a lone boilermaker tradeswoman in WA’s Kimberley region
Girls completing school at the end of the year are being urged to consider trade apprenticeships or employment in the trades areas to take advantage of the Federal Government’s $2 billion skills push amid deepening unemployment.