May is Women in Trades Awareness Month! There are a variety of programs and resources available to support women looking for a career in trades. If you are seeking employment and are interested in learning more about training in trades, go to https://www.workbc.ca/Resources-for/Women.aspx to find out more.

WorkBC Employment Services supports clients with what they need to start a new job. Training certifications, work clothing and footwear, and transit supports, if you have a new job offer, call your local WorkBC Employment Centre to find how the services can support you!

Stay connected to know what monthly employment services WorkBC is offering and how these supports can benefit you!

 

 

 

Source links:

  1. Why Purse A Career in the Trades? https://www.itabc.ca/women-trades/overview
  2. Success with WorkBC: https://www.workbc.ca/Jobs-Careers/Success-Stories/Kendra-Curiosity-and-Encouragement-a-Combination-f.aspx / https://www.workbc.ca/Jobs-Careers/Success-Stories/Cressen-Challenging-the-Comfort-Zone.aspx / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bwVrrfeH-0
  3. Program Testimonial: Fast Forward – Learn more about Young Adult Employment Services here