Women can be plumbers, and women do want to plumb. While the conversation around women plumbing stays at the first hurdle, the real issues of how to attract women into the industry and how to retain them gets ignored.
Stopcocks Women Plumbers founder has decided to produce a line of T shirts emblazoned with the hashtag #WomenArePlumbersGetOverIt.
It’s the exact opposite to our usual approach, so what’s prompted it?
WIT 2018, the 2nd Women Installers Together Conference took place on 4th July. We’re still flushed with success (see what we did there?)
Here’s some of the feedback from women who attended.
Last September an extraordinary thing, the WIT Conference, happened. It really shouldn’t have been that special to have 80 women plumbers in a room at one time but it was. Mica May from Stopcocks Women Plumbers explains what makes the Women Installers Together Conference this July 4th so unusual.
We know that not all the women plumbers and gas engineers in UK managed to attend the first ever WIT Conference on 13th September, but the feedback from people who did has been so very positive we’re definitely going to
The first coverage of the Women Installers Together Conference 2017 was published by Builders Merchants News on Thursday. The magazine heralded the unique event a success. Hosted by Stopcocks Women Plumbers and supported by partners Polypipe Trade and Heating and
In the light of recent media attention on the discrimination faced by women in plumbing, heating and mechanical engineering it’s good to see that some of the top UK companies and manufacturers are leading the way by backing the first ever national conference for women plumbers and gas engineers. Here’s what some of them have to say about it.