Women in Trades Training
This is an initiative co-funded by the federal and provincial governments and sponsored by the Industry Training Authority.
It assists women:
- To become ready for trades employment
- To register as an apprentice, or
- To gain a credential in an ITA Industry Training Program
The Industry Training Authority is supporting women in BC to find rewarding careers in the trades through a number of programs and initiatives that help them find their perfect fit.
The initiative geared towards women who are unemployed or under-employed and who are not currently receiving employment insurance.
Women of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels are welcome to apply to the ITA Women in Trades Training initiative. No previous experience in the trades is required, but women who have trades experience may be able to skip introductory or exploration programs and be streamlined into pre-apprenticeship programs. They can also opt to take a challenge exam which, if they are successful, will give them industry recognition for their existing skills, and if they have advanced skills and experience, they may be able to find a level-one apprenticeship without taking the exam. For more information, visit ITA Women in Trades
Please email your resumé to be added to the waitlist.