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- About Mas
If you’re a woman who loves being active and has thought about getting into a trade, but don’t know how, Mas can help!
Trade careers deliver stable employment across a wide range of industries with good pay and great options for career progression beyond the Apprenticeship.
Our qualified Career Advisors can sit down with you to help map out a pathway to your dream trade career and link you in with programs to offer ongoing support to ensure you success in your field. So if you love the outdoors, want to work with animals or have a real knack for all things IT and more, Mas National can help you find the right career.
Our Careers Advisors are industry experts and can give you access to:
We are excited to have the opportunity to support you on your journey through your Apprenticeship.
Our Mentoring program will provide you with:
Connecting Women to Trades is designed to provide culturally & linguistically diverse women across Sydney with access to crucial career advice and pre-employment supports to support them to develop confidence, independence & employability skills.
At Mas National we are passionate about supporting women in trades. Our Mas Mates are here to help you discover what trade opportunities are available for women and what a career in the trades industry would look like.
There are many trades facing a shortage of qualified trades people either right now or predicted to be in the next 5 years… and now is the time for women to Get Ahead and Get a Trade!
Mas has helped many women discover the right trade and progress their career.
Elise was a qualified Beauty Therapist and Nail Artist before she decided to pursue her passion for Home Renovations and Woodwork. Now, Elise is studying a Certificate III in Cabinet Making whilst getting paid on the job.
Scarlett Picket was working in the Office of her Father’s Surveying business, before finding her passion for large mobile equipment. Now, Scarlett is studying a Certificate III in Civil Construction and continues to receive the support and guidance she needs to pursue her passion and advance her career.
Brydie Milligan wanted to follow in her dad’s footsteps when she decided to become a Metal Fabricator Apprentice in 2020. Being a young woman entering an industry dominated by men did not scare her away.
Amber Tiller had to endure a number of rejections from various employers whom would only employ women to work in the office, instead of on-the-ground as Mechanics. This did not discourage Amber, but instead motivated her, and was soon hired by Brandts as a Heavy Vehicle Mechanic Apprentice.