As part of one of the longest running cross-discipline female global network, NAWIC is in a unique position to champion excellence and support the talented individuals who already form part of in our industry on both the regional and national level.
We proactively study areas where there is room for improvement and develop ideas and tools to can make a difference to both our peers and their environment.
We don’t do this in isolation; we collaborate with groups and associations in initiatives that can benefit our industry:
Fluid Diversity Mentoring Programme:
A cross-discipline/generational scheme developed by RIBA’s Architects for Change (AfC) committee and the Construction Industry Council, Fluid aims to address the retention and development of talented practitioners from diverse backgrounds for management and leadership roles in the built environment.
A considerable number of Nawic’s committee members are already involved in the program and the doors are also opened to you Visit the Fluid Diversity Mentoring Programme website
Women into construction:
An independent not-for-profit organisation that promotes gender equality in construction. Emerging from the Olympic site in East London, They have provided construction related training and brokerage into employment for women.
If you want to learn about accessing our industry , the training available or to find a work experience to help you understand what your options are better . https://womenintoconstruction.co.uk/" class="button-arrow">Visit the Women into Construction website
Construction Youth Trust:
A charity helping young people in England and Wales to build better futures by giving them access to training, education and employment opportunities in the construction industry. http://www.constructionyouth.org.uk/" class="button-arrow">Visit the Construction Youth Trust website