By partnering with the Millwright Regional Council of Ontario, you get direct access to the most highly skilled millwrights in your industry. Our values, training regimens and safety standards consistently ensure dependable workers and unrivaled craftsmanship, regardless of your location or industry specialization.
The Millwright Regional Council of Ontario continues its commitment to celebrate and enable women leaders on International Women's Day March 8, 2022, celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity and provides an opportunity to reinforce the fact that everyone has a role to play in forging a more gender-balanced world.
Every day, thousands of women play a critical role in making the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America the best union in North America. Sisters in the Brotherhood (SIB) supports female members by providing assistance in obtaining craft training and leadership skills; by being advocates on women issues; and by mentoring new members and even potential members.
Sisters in the Brotherhood (SIB) encourages women to participate in training, develop their skills and job performance, and value productivity and leadership.
The SIB newsletters contain TIPS for building a strong Sisters committee. Published on a monthly basis, the newsletter welcomes and encourages SIB Committees to share their TIPS for success!
Creating a better future for yourself and others takes community.
Why We Need More Women in These Particular Careers Than Ever Before.
A committee of tradeswomen working together to advocate for women and underrepresented gender identities in the trades to ensure they feel inspired, welcomed, motivated, challenged,
The workshop was presented by Outreach & Development Specialist Kat Williams.
Sista in the Brotherhood is a 20-minute, narrative, short film about a tradeswoman who faces discrimination on a new job site and who must choose between making a stand or keeping her job.
Our Vision: We elevate tradeswomen: women as equal and construction trades as honorable work.
Tradeswomen Building Bridges slideshow from Nov 2020 Meeting.
There are some great organizations and programs out there to help introduce you to the various trades, provide or direct you to training.
Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment.
This collection includes photographs and documents from the Tradeswomen Archives Project, which helps document the growth of the number of women working in construction and other non-traditional fields in Southern California, nationally, and around the world
Build Together, Women of the Building Trades is a national CBTU program that promotes, supports and mentors women in the skilled construction trades.
We are proudly Canadian and work with Women in the Construction industry who thrive for community, empowerment, and growth.
We exist to attract and retain women in the industry. Construction is one field that is actively recruiting women. Through the efforts of government, industry and organizations like the Canadian Construction Women, there is a commitment to increasing women’s representation in the field.
Chicago Women in Trades (CWIT) can provide useful strategies and practical applications to increase the number of women entering and being retained in registered apprenticeship through our online resources, technical assistance and training.
The CWB Group provides a comprehensive and integrated service to the welding and joining industry.
Future Building is aimed at young career seekers in grades 7-12, aboriginal youth, youth at risk and adults in career transition.
Women are finding challenges, job satisfaction and good pay in the skilled trades.
Engage, Educate and Encourage - Students of all ages to consider the vast opportunities for sustainable careers in skilled trades and technology through apprenticeship, technical programs and the armed forces.
Women in Construction
Rita Moore, MRCO SIB Chair, & Millwright Local 2309 Toronto SIB Chair
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