Canadian Vocational Association:Equity Integration
Occasional Paper #4:Out of the Stream and Into the river - WITT courses in canadaWITT Standards and guidelines
Program Development guidelines
No More Lip Service!
Patience, Tact and Tenacity - And the ability to ask for what you want - A farewell to WITT
Remarks For The Canadian Construction Association Employment Equity Committee
Women in Trades and Technology & the Skills Shortage Conundrum:
An Historical Analysis of Institutional and Governmental Resistance
A Paper for CASWE – May 2009
by Dr. Marcia Braundy
ITAC's Equity in Apprenticeship Overview paper
Watt-Malcolm & Young's Canadian Women in the Industrial Trades: A Historical Perspective
What really happened at the 1999 BCTEA conference?
There was a great deal of talk during and after the 1999 BCTechnology Educators Association conference relating to the remarks made by Marcia Braundy to the Panel at the end of the opening session. Luckily, someone videotaped the event, and we have here for you the remarks in their entirety.
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