Female Peer Community Group – Bricklaying Apprentices


Role of the apprentices and bricklaying peer

Benefits of being a bricklaying peer

  • Support: Bricklaying peers can provide support and guidance to each other. This can be especially helpful for new bricklayers who are just starting out.
  • Community: Bricklaying peers can create a sense of community and camaraderie. This can make work more enjoyable and less stressful.
  • Professional development: Bricklaying peers can help each other to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and technologies in the bricklaying industry. This can help them to improve their skills and become more competitive in the job market.
  • Mentorship: Bricklaying peers can mentor each other, helping new bricklayers to learn the trade and to develop their skills.

If you are a bricklayer, we encourage you to join our bricklaying peer group. There are many benefits to being a part of a community of bricklayers who support each other and work together to improve the profession.

Success stories of current female ambassadors

Where to seek help:

Brick and Block Careers female field staff

  • Offer support and guidance: Female field staff can offer support and guidance to new apprentices, helping them to navigate the challenges of starting out in a new trade. They can also provide emotional support and encouragement.
  • Promote diversity and inclusion: Female field staff can promote diversity and inclusion in the bricklaying industry by speaking out against discrimination and harassment. They can also create a welcoming and supportive environment for all.