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Electrical Foundation for Women Info Session

November 17 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm PST

Four women standing in a construction site wearing hi vis vests and hard hats

Are you a woman interested in learning more about an exciting career as an Electrician? 

Join us for this special online info session for women. The Electrician Foundation program provides graduates with the theory and practical skills necessary to enter the electrical trade. The electrical worker plans, assembles, installs, tests, repairs and maintains electrical equipment and systems in commercial, industrial and marine facilities.

This info session will be joined by be female electricians who are at different points in their careers. Get a chance to speak to women in industry for a robust discussion about the benefits and challenges of a electrical work.

Zoom details will be emailed to registrants. For more information, visit the program page or contact Anna Lary, Electrical Instructor.

Indigenous (First Nations, Metis, Inuit, Status and Non-Status) peoples; members of groups that may experience discrimination due to race, ancestry, colour, religion and/or spiritual beliefs, or place of origin; persons who identify as women; and persons of marginalized sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions are eligible to receive the Johnson Controls Education Grant. An exciting opportunity to support those who want a rewarding career in the Electrical trade. Johnson Controls has generously partnered with BCIT to support education for underrepresented skilled employees in the trades and technical studies areas. The grant will provide financial support to cover tuition costs for up to eight students in the Electrical Foundation program.

Get inspired. Check out the BCIT Electrical Trades for Women video.



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