Women in Construction
Canada Leads the G7 for the Most Educated Workforce, but is Experiencing Significant Losses in Apprenticeship Certificate Holders in Key Trades
The number of working-age apprenticeship certificate holders has stagnated or fallen in three major trades fields – construction trades (+0.6%), mechanic and repair technologies (-7.8%) and precision production (-10.0%).
Feds Invest $28 Million to the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency’s Apprenticeship Start Plus Project
The project will provide support to hire 5,200 more apprenticeships over two years in Atlantic Canada with a focus on women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous people and racialized people.
Rheem Canada’s Barbara O’Reilly Honoured with First CIPH Women of Distinction Award
The new award recognizes individuals who demonstrate a commitment to mentoring, developing and promoting women in the plumbing and heating industry.
ASHRAE involved in launch of International Network for Women in Cooling
The Network has been created to advance engagement, promote career opportunities and increase overall participation of women in the cooling sector, which includes refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat pumps.
AD Canada Holds First Women in Industry Network Event
The virtual event included two panel discussions featuring successful women and men from a myriad of fields and background.
CIPH Board Approves the Establishment of the CIPH Women of Distinction Award
Nominees must demonstrate commitment to mentoring, developing and promoting women in the plumbing and heating industry.
Helping Lead the Way for Young Trades People
Rachel Hesketh is spearheading a youth committee within her union (UA-Local 67).
Unharnessed power: Blazed trails and broken barriers mark the journey into the trades industry for women
When Siân Smith presented the top nine most influential…