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Training for women in non-traditional manual and technical trades.

Training for women in non-traditional manual and technical trades.

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Published by (Greater London Council) in (London) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Employees, Training of -- England -- London.,
  • Women -- Employment -- England -- London.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    ContributionsGreater London Council.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5549.5.T7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63p. :
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19316325M

    dents for advanced training and careers. Career and technical education (CTE) prepares both youth and adults for full participation in a spectrum of college oppor-tunities, meaningful work, career advancement, and active citi-zenship (Association for Career and Technical Education [ACTE], a, p. 1).File Size: KB.   Women in Science, Engineering and Technology: Three Decades of UK designed to encourage girls and women into non-traditional fields such as science, engineering, technology, construction, and the trades. It examines girls and science projects in schools, training programmes for women in manual trades, activist groups for students and women 4/5(1).

    (A copy of this book is shelved in the printed works collection of the Iowa Women's Archives.) McCormick ran her own company, McCormick Construction & Cabinetry, in Iowa City from to In the early s, McCormick moved to Maine, where she founded Women Unlimited, a job training program for women in trade and technical occupations. Some stats. Slowly but surely, women are entering major "non-traditional" trade groups. More women registered in a number of skilled trades in compared to , including as: heavy equipment operators (72 in vs. 36 in ); industrial electricians ( in vs. in ); and construction craft workers ( in vs. in ).

    Many women in nontraditional jobs, such as the construction trades, have encountered improperly fitting personal protective equipment (PPE) and personal protective clothing (PPC) which may compromise their personal safety. Personal protective equipment used by women workers should be based upon female anthropometric (body measurement) data. However, changing women to suit a hostile work environment assumes women to be the problem, whereas it is the barriers that women face in undertaking non‐traditional jobs that .


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