The next First Five Program commences 3rd April, 2024
>> Registrations close 5pm AEST Friday 18th March, 2024 <<
Gender equality is hard to achieve with a leaky pipeline
And companies working in male-dominated industries typically lose over 50% of their female staff within their first 5 years of their career.
At Trellis we work with organisations positioned within male-dominated industries to support their early career women talent with comprehensive, immersive personal and professional development that participants consistently herald as empowering, inspiring and life changing.
COMPANIES SUPPORTING THEIR EARLY CAREER WOMEN THROUGH TRELLIS INCLUDE:
Find out more about the work we do via an upcoming workshop or event
Thur 25th Jan
For early career women navigating the first 5 years of their career in a male-dominated landscape.
Wed 31st Jan
For People & Culture, L&D, HR and Managers invested in increasing the retention and participation of their ECW.
First Five Program For Early Career Women
The first of its kind in Australia, this immersive, interactive program has been designed to complement existing policies and initiatives within organisations, in order to support, up-skill and empower young women working in male-dominated industries to participate fully in their role, team and wider organisation.Find Out More
For Managers & HR of Early Career Women
Managers play a pivotal role in the support and development of Early Career Women within their team.
Working closely with course facilitator Tanya Meessmann, participants develop an implementation plan incorporating six key pillars that underpin success when increasing the participation, and retention, of ECW: Safety, Certainty, Self-worth / Value, Connection, Belonging and Trajectory.Find Out More
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