This scoping review aims to synthesise the existing literature on the experience of women in engineering and trade apprenticeships, discuss the common themes and highlight areas for future research. Apprenticeships are not only required to address the current skills shortage in the engineering profession which threatens to impede our ability to deliver on our sustainability goals and restrict economic growth they are also a proven pathway for women to enter engineering programmes. Despite growing social and political interest in increasing gender diversity in the workforce, data shows that women remain significantly underrepresented in engineering apprenticeship programs.
Herron, J., Bowe, B., Gallery, R., & Beagon, U. (2023). The Experience Of Women In Engineering Apprenticeships | A Scoping Review. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). DOI: 10.21427/KV64-7088
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