“If you break down all the elements that make a plumber, anyone can do that, male or female”, Mandy Keil – CEO of UPP Group (Pty) Ltd

We have a serious skills shortage in South Africa and we believe that one of the best solutions is to train more female apprentices and give them the opportunity to build skills at work.

BluLever and its employer partners are unlocking the potential of female apprentices and building the future talent of trade work in SA. They are changing the industry this month of August by celebrating the courageous young female apprentices who are shifting the narrative of women on-site and working every day to overcome myths about women in the trades.  

 Meet the Women On Tools

Read more on how we are changing the narrative about women on site, hear the stories of forward-thinking business owners that have invested in training female apprentices: https://www.blulever.com/women-on-tools 

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