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Currently, women's involvement in a construction company is administrative, from secretarial to accounting. But trends in recent years show a migration of women from architecture and interior design to interior design and even project management in complex works.
The industry shows that we need more women in construction to reflect the society we live in, and is more open to women than ever before yet only a tenth of the industry's employees are women.
Women can certainly work in construction and meet the challenges in any of its segments. Their success from women specializing in different trades, to women managers, to women business owners, is greatly enhanced by the continuing education resources offered by #IncubCenter and support.
The basic concept of the "Women in Construction" program is to support women in active participation in the construction industry through training, mentoring programs, educational scholarships.
Women who want to get into construction
Women working in the construction industry with at least 5 years experience in Management
• Vocational retraining in construction
• Life long learning
National and regional women in construction events