Working with Women in Construction to change the face of landscaping

The participants are having an amazing experience. The feedback from the ACT Skills Canberra Field Officer was sensational about Glascott as a company and your level of enthusiasm, guidance and supervision with the girls.” – Australian Training Company, ACT

The Glascott Group are working closely with Australian Training Company and Women in Construction to set new benchmarks, both internally and across the industry.

With landscaping traditionally male dominated, our ACT division are driving the change towards improving gender balance and making targets a thing of the past through the Women in Construction Pathways Program (WICPP).

Over the past 12 months, the team has increased female representation by 16%, with two more part time staff members and three apprentices across construction and maintenance services.

Ray Jack, ACT Manager of The Glascott Group, said the focus must be on the industry to adapt. “It’s not about numbers. It’s about setting up a supportive structure and culture that encourages more females into the industry and towards a long and successful career in landscaping.”

The Glascott Group will continue to encourage more females to consider a career in landscape construction and landscape maintenance and work towards a richer and more diverse future for the industry.

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