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A Women in Trades Program Matrix for British Columbia: Priorities and Implementation Options

The study examines the barriers facing tradeswomen at multiple levels, including individual, interpersonal, organizational, and macro/system-wide, and how they manifest themselves at different stages of women’s careers, including pre-apprenticeship, apprenticeship, and journey. Utilizing a holistic conceptual framework ensures that the recommended program matrix encompasses the full breadth of supports and services needed – while leveraging, not duplicating, activities and resources from other programs – in order to address system-wide challenges facing tradeswomen in BC.

Credit: WorkBC

Date: 2017

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