Supporting women apprentices in collision

Auto Parts Group (APG) has announced its Women in Collision initiative, with ten $1,000 Würth tool awards available to women in the collision repair industry.

The Women in Collision initiative is open to all female trade apprentices in the collision repair industry, regardless of the company they work for, and nominations can be made by the apprentices or their employers.

Participants are asked to provide a 25-word statement showcasing the apprentice’s passion, commitment, and vision for the collision repair industry as part of the application evaluation.

Ten apprentices will be selected to receive a $1,000 Würth tool voucher each, which can be redeemed via the Würth tool online portal. Unique log in details will be provided to each of the ten recipients once selected.

“It’s no secret the collision repair industry is facing labour shortages, especially when it comes to apprentices, who often struggle to afford the necessary tools to succeed. Auto Parts Group is committed to providing you REAL ADVANTAGE, through material workforce support,” APG said in a media release.

“We believe in our industry and feel that this is a great way to back the next generation of female apprentices. It’s also an opportunity for you to secure your workforce and support the growth of your business. Even if you don’t have a female apprentice, we encourage you to spread the word and help support the broader industry.”

This article originally appeared on Collision Repairer.

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