VERTO is here to get more women into trades and help address the trade skills shortage in Australia!
Meet some women in trades
If you are a female considering a trade,
VERTO offers specialist assistance and ongoing mentorship
Or call today on 1300 4 VERTO (1300 483 786)
Trade careers are rewarding and positively impact the economic security of women. At VERTO, we see many female tradies who have forged successful and fulfilling careers in trade industries. We’re passionate about continual growth in this area – not only through ongoing promotion of women in non-traditional trades, but also by providing the best support possible to current tradies.
VERTO's Women in Trades Breaking barriers & inspiring change with Australian Race Car Driver Emily Duggan
Emily is a successful racing car driver from Australia. In 2017, she was a finalist for Cosmopolitan Sportswoman of the Year and currently serves as VERTO's Women in Trades Ambassador. In a recent conversation, Emily shared her inspiring journey of breaking barriers and achieving success in a male-dominated sport. She talked about her challenges and accomplishments and how her strong determination helped her succeed in the Australian motorsport industry.
CareerGate is the perfect tool to find the right apprenticeship for you
CareerGate is an online tool designed to help you find the right apprenticeship option based on a series of assessments around your skills and future career plans. The assessments take around 30-45 minutes to complete
VERTO is pleased to be offering the following services to women seeking or currently employed in male-dominated industries:
In Training Support: - In Training Support offers ongoing support once you have signed into an apprenticeship. Specialist support advisors will contact you to offer additional support including pastoral care, mediation, and career guidance, as well as a referral process directing apprentices to specialist services for further advice or action.
Mentoring Support Services - A highly skilled mentor will contact you in the first three months of your apprenticeship and link you to peer support networks to strengthen connections of women in trades, create opportunities for WNTT to undertake enterprise skills training, and provide career and pathway advice related to the industry relevant to your chosen apprenticeship.
Now, more than ever, there are multiple organisations who work to advocate for women in trades. Here are just a few that may help you on your journey.
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Or contact VERTO on 1300 4 VERTO (1300 483 786)