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With an industry that seems to be lacking women professionals, we had the honour to talk to Zey Emir, a professional engineer and construction expert, who is the current chair…
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Did you know that only 11 per cent of new registrants in Red Seal apprenticeship training programs are women? Lack of apprentices has caused labor shortages, which can lead to delays and inefficiencies, in some parts of Canada where apprentices are required for projects. In the 2018 budget, the government announced several programs to address this situation.
Reflecting upon my term as chair of Manitoba Women in Construction has made me realize that there have been many achievements made in such a short amount of time and provided me with optimism for the things to come for women in this industry.
Genella Macintyre, author and international trainer and empowerment expert, led a large group of Manitoba Women in Construction members and guests in a professional development session titled “Five Steps to Stress Management” on Thursday, October 26. If you’re stressed out that you missed such an enlightening event, follow these three simple rules.
A group of men and women are more confident to conquer the links this summer, thanks to the All Skills Golf Clinic hosted by Manitoba Women in Construction.
The Manitoba Women in Construction hosted Jeanne Martinson, Author of Tossing the Tiara, Keys for Creating Powerful Women Leaders on Wednesday, March 15. The professional development session, held at WCA’s Construction Education Centre delved into how media and myth shape society’s beliefs about women – and women’s beliefs about themselves.