The Promoting Opportunities Programme #notjustforboys is a collaborative partnership.
Our partners include:
Construction Industry Training Board Northern Ireland
CITB NI encourages the adequate training of those employed or intending to be employed in the construction industry and improves the skills and productivity of the industry, to deliver a safe, professional and fully qualified workforce across the whole of the construction industry in Northern Ireland. CITB NI facilitates the Women in Construction Network for women working in the industry.
Northern Ireland Housing Executive
Established in 1971 as Northern Ireland’s strategic housing authority, the Housing Executive offers a range of services to people living in socially rented, privately rented and owner occupied accommodation. Its goal is that everyone has access to decent, affordable housing and it works with communities and organisations to realise the objective. As part of its mission to make a difference, the Housing Executive supports WOMEN’STEC #notjustforboys Promoting Opportunities Programme.
Gilbert-Ash is an award-winning UK construction, refurbishment and fit-out contractor working across the arts and culture, workplace, hotels and leisure, science and technology, retail and residential sectors. The company is particularly proud of their ‘Landmark Landscapes’ – projects of an iconic nature that are of historical relevance. Gilbert-Ash is committed to maximizing the positive impact they can have in the communities they work in. This includes providing opportunities for apprenticeships, placements and the long-term unemployed.
JP Corry is one of Northern Ireland’s leading building suppliers. Renowned as ‘The Complete Building Supplier’, JP Corry supply everything from foundations to the finishing touches of a construction project, boasting several landscaping centres and architectural product showrooms to help customers transform their building project both inside and out.
Urban Villages Initiative
The Urban Villages Initiative is a key action within the ‘Together: Building a United Community’ Strategy. It is designed to improve good relations outcomes and to help develop thriving places where there has previously been a history of deprivation and community tension.