Mandurah workshop for women to get into workforce


Mentor Sharron Attwood from Brand Etiquette shares her experience.
Mentor Sharron Attwood from Brand Etiquette shares her experience.

A workshop in Mandurah will help women find jobs.

The aim of the workshop is to help women get into the workforce. It will be held in Mandurah at Make Place on May 18.
Hosted by Women In Leadership Driving Change, the event will feature 12 speakers presenting on topics including confidence, financial management, interview skills, social media and volunteering.
The group, which includes local industry experts, aims to equip women with the skills and confidence required to take on re-entering the workforce with a clear vision for their future.
The workshop is part of the series Re-|energising Women to Re-enter the Workforce.
Speakers have industry experience and volunteer their time and expertise.
WILD’C is a Not For Profit not-for-profit organisation with the purpose of bringing together action-orientated women who have a desire to collaborate and contribute to the wider community. Book at www.wildc.com.au/events.