LATEST EVENTS AND STORIES
Be More Than A Bystander: Shifting Skilled Trades Workplace Culture in BC (co-hosted by BCCWITT and SkilledTradesBC)
BC Centre for Women in the Trades (BCCWITT) and SkilledTradesBC are co-hosting a FREE virtual Be More Than A Bystander virtual workshop on Wednesday, February 15, 2023 from 7:00-8:30pm PST. Be More Than A Bystander is a training and educational program to support...
YWCA and WorkBC are offering a free 24-week truck driving training program for self-identifying women. Interested? Contact email@example.com, 604-690-7341, or visit the program website.
We’re going to be in Chilliwack for Cohort 9 of the RRP Leadership Training, and are hosting a Fraser Valley meetup! It’s for all tradies from underrepresented groups (Indigenous, people of colour, people with disabilities, 2SLGBTIAQ+, women), and will taking place on...
Herald Street Brew Works (506 Herald Street)
Friday, February 17, 2023
Hero’s Welcome (3917 Main Street)
Thursday, February 23, 2023
Doors @ 7 pm
Readings @ 8 pm
We’re looking forward to hosting you for snacks, door prizes, and networking… Please help spread the word!
Join BC Tradeswomen Society and BCCWITT to celebrate the publication of Hilary Peach’s memoir, “Thick Skin: Field Notes From a Sister in the Brotherhood”! Victoria Herald Street Brew Works (506 Herald Street) Friday, February 17, 2023 Vancouver Hero's Welcome (3917...
BC Centre for Women in the Trades (BCCWITT) is partnering with the Electrical Joint Training Committee (EJTC) to run another fully funded, in person Security Systems Technician (SST) program! SST's are in high demand in BC, and this 24 week program starts February...
BC Centre for Women in the Trades (BCCWITT) and BC Insulators 118 are recruiting for two 1-week fully funded Introduction to Mechanical Insulation courses. February 13th - 17th, and March 13th - 17th, 2023. Upon completion of this course, participants will receive a...
BC Centre for Women in the Trades
The BCCWITT is committed to increasing the proportion of underrepresented groups in BC's construction, maintenance, and/or industrial trades by removing barriers to their attraction, retention and advancement.